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Program Highlights at General Assembly

General Assembly (GA) offers hundreds of programming choices over the five days of GA.

The theme for General Assembly 2014 will be, "Love Reaches Out."

Preliminary 2014 Program Schedule (PDF)

Highlights include

  • Rev. Dr. Galen Guengerich: Religion Reboot, Seekers Edition
  • GA Talks (YA@GA) in three sessions: Looking Inward, Looking Outward, and Looking Forward
  • AWAKE Ministries: A 21st Century Model for UU Worship
  • CLF Worship: To Make the Wounded Whole: Love Reaches Out
  • Marge Piercy: Storytelling for Liberation
  • Fahs Lecture: Mark Morrison-Reed
  • LGBTQ and Immigration – An Intersection of Human Rights
  • Just Good Food: an inspiring discussion of climate action, class justice, and the joy of just eating
  • For UU Seminarians: Gathered here in the Mystery of Love
  • From the Huumanists Association: Reaching Out to the Nonreligious
  • Adaptive Leadership: Reaching Out Effectively as Paradigms Shift
  • Immigration as a Moral Issue; Statement of Conscience Implementation

Ware Lecture

The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) President, in consultation with the General Assembly Planning Committee, invites a distinguished guest each year to address the General Assembly as the Ware Lecturer.

Service of the Living Tradition

The Ministries and Faith Development Staff Group invites you to join us at this service where we honor fellowshipped and credentialed religious leaders, remember those who have died, recognize those who have completed active service, and welcome those who have received fellowship or credentialed status in the past year.

The Service of the Living Tradition (SLT) is open to the public.

The Banner Parade

General Assembly will begin with a procession of banners from hundreds of Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations and organizations.

Worship Choices at General Assembly

General Assembly, like Unitarian Universalism, offers a wealth of theological diversity. A variety of worship choices are offered throughout GA.

Let's Talk

"Let’s Talk" is an opportunity to connect and to casually engage with other GA attendees who share your interest or passion. We will meet around the round tables of 10 in the back of the Exhibit Hall. Signs on the tables will identify interest topics; you choose the table with the topic of interest to you. It may even be possible to create a group of your own. It's a facilitated time to meet new people and share reflections. Some folks may decide to informally meet up again for further discussions during GA (over a meal, for example). Check the "Welcome to GA" Newsletter for possible update.

For more information contact generalassembly@uua.org.

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Last updated on Monday, March 24, 2014.

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