There are nineteen Districts of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) in North America. The mission of the UUA Districts is to serve as a local resource for congregations and to help extend Unitarian Universalist influence in the larger community.
We, the district field staff, foster the spiritual and institutional health of Unitarian Universalism by serving as leaders, consultants, advocates, and educators in our community of congregations.
The District Executive serves as the UUA's local presence and is the first person to contact about UUA services and your relationship to the Association. Program Consultants, who are employed in most Districts, serve the District in particular program areas based on local priorities. The District staff perform direct service to UUA congregations, including consultations on a wide variety of congregational issues such as long-range planning and organizational development, ministerial transitions, leadership training, and conflict management.
Districts are governed by district Boards of Trustees, represented on this page by the District President. This body develops District policy and supports local congregations to encourage the growth, development, and extension of Unitarian Universalist ideals.
Each District elects a member of the UUA Board of Trustees, the policy-making body for the UUA. Some Trustees represent more than one District.
The District Service Report to the President (PDF, 67 pages) was created in June 2009 by the Transitions Taskforce; it provides an introduction to District Services. Due to its size and complexity, Appendix E (PDF) is included separately (print in color, 11" x 17").
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 5, 2011.
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District Services Report to the President, June 2009 (PDF, 67 pages)
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