The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is committed to nurturing multigenerational Unitarian Universalist (UU) faith communities, and the General Assembly (GA) Planning Committee shares that commitment when it visions GA.
What does a multigenerational experience look like?
A community in which everyone is seen as teacher and learner; in which every age and stage of life is equally valued and equally supported by whatever tangible and intangible resources the community has to offer; in which every age and stage of life is allowed to contribute whatever tangible and intangible resources it has to offer; a community in which no decision is made about the life of the community—whether in the area of worship, physical plant, fundraising, budgeting, social action, the arts, education, or any other—without consideration of its impact on and opportunities for every member of the community.
For five days each June, Unitarian Universalists come together to form the General Assembly community. During this dynamic and exciting time, relationships are formed within and across many identities, including age.
For more information contact
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
Please consider making a donation today.
Last updated on Friday, January 17, 2014.
Sidebar Content, Page Navigation
More Ways to Search
Young Adult Caucus Orientation at General Assembly 2013
2013 workshop: Roe v. Wade at 40 and What’s Next
Donate to Support This Program and the Ongoing Work of the UUA
Read or subscribe to UUA.org Updates for the latest additions to our site.
Learn more about the Beliefs & Principles of Unitarian Universalism, or read our online magazine, UU World, for features on today's Unitarian Universalists. Visit an online UU church, or find a congregation near you.