Pre-registration for General Assembly (GA) 2014 is now open.
Wednesday, June 25, and Thursday, June 26, have been combined for the purpose of registration and are being offered together at the One-day registration rate.
Registrations must be for specific individuals and are NON-TRANSFERABLE. Congregations may not purchase "blank" registrations for later assignment to delegates; organizations may not purchase "blank" registrations for later assignment to staff.
Once registered, you will be sent email confirmation from generalassembly @ uua.org. Please retain this confirmation; it is proof of your registration.
You may cancel a GA registration by contacting the GA Registrar by email or post at generalassembly @ uua.org or 25 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108. The cancellation fee will be $35 before May 1; $60 May 1 and thereafter.
All participants in General Assembly (GA) programmed events must be registered for the conference. Everyone in attendance of GA programmed events must also be registered. Everyone must be registered, including program participants, presenters, invited guests, performers, office support staff, relatives, hosts, and dignitaries. This policy is consistent with our principle of equity and avoids arbitrary distinctions.
GA registrants receive access to all workshops, performances, lectures, and events listed in the GA Printed Program, as well as an official name badge to identify them to fellow participants, event staff and security. GA name badges are required for admission to all GA programmed events, including evening entertainment, the Exhibit Hall (Wednesday-Saturday), the Opening and Closing Celebrations, and the Ware Lecture.
Exceptions: The only GA programmed events that will be open to the public are the Service of the Living Tradition, the Sunday Morning Worship, and, on Sunday only, the Exhibit Hall. Registration is not required to participate in Service of the Living Tradition, the Sunday Morning Worship, or to visit the Exhibit Hall on Sunday.
Children who have not yet entered high school (or the equivalent for home schooled youth) are welcome to attend General Assembly events with their parents or guardians at no cost, but are still required to register. This step will provide our youngest participants with an official name badge that will identify them as part of the GA community, as well as allowing planners to know everyone who is at GA (in the event of an emergency).
For more information contact generalassembly @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Thursday, March 6, 2014.
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