Unitarian Universalist Association - General Assembly

June 24 - 28 2020  GA   Held Virtually this year.  John Horner was our voting delegate.

UUA General Assembly

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uua_ga2019.jpgGeneral Assembly 2019
June 19-23, Spokane, WA

General Assembly 2019 will take place at the Spokane Convention Center, 334 W Spokane Falls Blvd, Spokane, WA 99201.

 The annual national gathering of Unitarian Universalists “offers a wealth of theological diversity.” Check the UUA website for highlights, including the Ware Lecture and the Service of the Living Tradition, as well as the variety of informative programs and worship choices that will be available. Link to more information on UUA General Meeting 2019. http://uuormond.org/events/uua-general-assembly-2019    

 From  2018 Summer’s UUA General Assembly                                                        

 Made, Not Born: Cultivating Leaders in Our Congregations— “Waiting for leaders to ‘drop into our laps’ is inefficient, frustrating, and ultimately unsuccessful.  To meet the call for effective leadership, we need to be proactive and innovative. We will share strategies for cultivating leaders and discuss the challenges and solutions in meeting this critical need.”  Presenters Mark Bernstein and Marie Luna. Use this link to watch the video:   http://smallscreen.uua.org/videos/ga2018-215-made-not-born-cultivating-leaders-in-our-congregations 

G.A.  Program highlights   https://www.uua.org/ga/program/highlights 


         General Assembly                       2018
              June 20-24,                   Kansas City, 

All Are Called       
For full details  http://www.uua.org/ga.

Grounded in a deep belief that we are all prophets, Unitarian Universalists ask, “How can we faithfully meet the demands of our time?” The call to witness and act for justice in our society and in the world is clear. So, too, is the call to examine our structures and practices, dismantling and transforming those which fail to recognize the full humanity of all people and to honor the interdependent web of life. Join us in Kansas City as we dive deeply into questions of mission for our Unitarian Universalist Association, for our congregations and communities, and for each of us as individuals. Together, we’ll ask:

Who and how are we called to be at this time, individually and collectively?

How are we called to act and to live?

How does our Unitarian Universalist  legacy strengthen us in living out our mission? In what ways does our legacy present challenges and impediments to answering our call?

The call of our faith has a place for each of us. 

General Assembly 2018    Link to Ware Lecture - https://www.uua.org/ga/off-site/2018/ware  


John Horner, Denominational Affairs Committee