The General Assembly (GA) is the annual business meeting of the denomination. An elected moderator presides at the General Assembly in accordance with rules of procedure. General Assemblies make overall policy for carrying out the purposes of the Association and direct and control its affairs. Voting at each regular and special General Assembly shall be by accredited delegates from certified member congregations, certified associate member organizations, and trustees.
The business to be transacted will be set forth in the official agenda.
The Tentative Agenda for 2014 will be posted in March.
The Final Agenda for 2014 will be posted in May.
Certified congregations may:
Districts may (by official action at a district meeting at which a quorum is present):
The Board of Trustees or the Executive Committee may submit Business Resolutions, Amendments to Rules or Bylaws, or other items.
The Commission on Social Witness may submit proposed Congregational Study/Action Issues and UUA Statements of Conscience.
Commission on Appraisal may submit additional proposed Amendments to Bylaws.
All reports and other matters required by the Bylaws to be submitted to the General Assembly may also be included in the agenda.
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Last updated on Friday, August 23, 2013.
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