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The annual Unitarian Universalist General Assembly was held remotely from June 20th through

June 23rd. Over 2,000 delegates participated in topical sessions ranging from a powerful

gathering on race and gender including author J Mase III, the war in Gaza, a Juneteenth

celebration, youth sessions on business and music, a session on the activities and investments

of the UUA, and many others, with a library of 60 additional pre-recorded “sub-sessions“ on a

variety of topics related to UU practices, congregations and movements. The heart of the GA

was the General Sessions, spread over four days to allow thorough debate and multiple rounds

of amendments and voting on Rules of Procedure, Business Resolutions, Bylaw Amendments

and importantly – the Final Proposed Revision to Article II – the “statement of values and beliefs

for Unitarian Universalism”. This article is a wonderful summary on the process, outcomes and

impacts of this important vote. The GA can be both serious and celebratory, with long energetic

debates and reflective services and calming music. It is also a wonderful opportunity to

represent UUCGL and meet and learn from the UU diaspora. Next year, Baltimore, in-person

June 18-22!

— Mathew Jensen, UUCGL General Assembly Delegate, 2024


Read about our Unitarian Universalist roots.


Read about the Unitarian Universalist Association Principles and Purposes.


Explore the website of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

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