Dispatches from the annual General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association each June, written by UU World writers.
UUA board approves funding plan for Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism
At New Orleans board meeting, trustees also discuss deficit caused by severance packages.
New Orleans will infuse this year’s General Assembly
UUA’s annual convention will embrace city’s culture and learn from its challenges.
‘I need you to survive’
UUA General Assembly reaffirms commitment to racial justice.
Challenging the secrets around clergy misconduct
Updated General Assembly credentials report: 1,842 delegates
It turns out that several hundred General Assembly delegates received voting cards without being counted in the final credentials report.
At General Assembly, vote of confidence in Black Lives Matter movement
Delegates also affirm transgender rights, solidarity with Muslims, gun restrictions; agree to examine Pilgrim legacy; split on divestment resolution.
New UUA board reviews GA 2016
Plans future discussion on Robert’s Rules of Order, clergy sexual misconduct.
Movement for black lives takes center stage Sunday at General Assembly
‘It ain’t just your faith. It’s mine.’
Presidential candidates present their visions for leading Unitarian Universalism
Delegates hear for first time from Frederick-Gray, Miller, and Pupke.
Palestinian rights resolution fails at UUA General Assembly
Business resolution focused on UUA investment practices regarding corporations involved in occupation of Palestine.
In a time of growing isolation, spiritual innovation is the future
Liberal religions thrive from partnerships with non-traditional groups, faith leaders agree
‘No more fake fights’: Sunday morning worship at GA inspires, sings
“I am tapping out of the fake fights that distract us!”