The UUA is seeking short videos about your General Assembly experiences. One person’s entry will win free GA registration.
Registration and housing reservations for the 2016 Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly in Columbus, Ohio, opened March 1, and there is a fun way you could get in for free.
The UUA is soliciting short video submissions from past attendees talking about the inspiring, transformational experiences they’ve had at GA, and one of those videos will be randomly chosen to win its creator free GA registration (a value of $350).
The deadline to submit videos is April 15. The website includes a few talking points to get you thinking about the story you want to share, such as, “What is your favorite, funniest, or craziest GA memory?” and “If you were talking to someone who was on the fence about attending GA, what would you say to convince them to come?”
Here’s UUA Trustee Greg Boyd talking about the most powerful lesson he learned from GA:
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Watch Greg Boyd’s General Assembly video.
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Sonja L. Cohen is deputy managing editor of UU World and a lifelong Unitarian Universalist.
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