How Congregations Are Represented at General Assembly / Delegates
Congregational Certification—Your congregation needs to be certified in order to send delegates to General Assembly (GA).
Delegate Information—Learn how your congregation can be represented at GA and how to serve as a delegate (on or off-site).
Agenda—Tentative and Final Business Agendas, including proposed changes to bylaws and Social Witness items.
Business Guide—How to propose business resolutions or bylaw amendments, including the necessary forms.
Business Calendar—Deadlines for participation in the business process.
Social Witness Process—The Unitarian Universalist Association's (UUA) justice work is shaped by GA Congregational Study/Action Issues, Statements of Conscience, and Actions of Immediate Witness.
Notice of Meeting—Per UUA bylaws, congregations must be notified of the convening of each General Assembly.
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Last updated on Monday, May 20, 2013.
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