Will examine purposes and principles of the association
The Unitarian Universalist Association’s Board of Trustees will appoint a commission to review Article II of the UUA bylaws, which describe the UUA’s purposes and principles. UUA bylaws mandate a review of Article II every 15 years, and allows the board to appoint a commission to do so at any time. At a general session June 24 at General Assembly 2017 in New Orleans, delegates voiced desire to talk more in-depth about UUA identity, which the commission will facilitate. The commission will be appointed by the board’s October meeting, said trustee Greg Boyd.
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Elaine McArdle is a UU World senior editor and a member of First Unitarian Church in Portland, Oregon. An award-winning journalist with more than 20 years of experience, she has also written for the Boston Globe, Harvard Law Bulletin, and others.
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