General Assembly 2024 Update

The Annual General Assembly of Congregations is over – and there’s lots to know about what happened!  Join Rev. Karen for worship on Sunday, July 7 to hear all about it.  If you’re wondering what decisions were made by the delegates at GA, you can click on any of these links:

UUA Graphic - Tanya Webster
Graphic Credit: Tanya Webster

Amendments were discussed, and then this version of Article II of the UUA Bylaws was passed.

This Revision to UUA Bylaw Section 7.13 onReligious Education Credentialing Committee was passed.

This Business Resolution, “Affirming Transgender, Nonbinary, Intersex and Gender Diverse People as a Fundamental Expression of UU Religious Values,” was passed.

These three Actions of Immediate Witness were passed:

A Responsive Resolution, “UUA General Assembly Support for October 7 Hostages,” passed.

If you missed the sessions that were open to the public, including Sunday worship, you can view them here.

General Assembly 2025 will be a multiplatform event, and the in-person activities will be in Baltimore, Maryland!

Click here for the 2/14/24 UUA Statement on Gaza


“UU the Vote 2024 is an ambitious strategy to grow a powerful pro-democracy majority. We are entering the work of UU the Vote 2024 grounded in the current political and spiritual conditions of our faith and national community. The work that is needed in 2024 will require us to anchor in our power and connect authentically to mobilize UUs, voters, and our local communities.” UU the Vote will partner with progressive organizations, helping them to mobilize the vote in a way to promote our values. Making phone calls and filling out postcards are two of the methods used when the campaign gets underway.

Click here to find out more about WUUSAN and the UU the Vote

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