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Peacemaking was selected by the 2006 General Assembly (GA) as the first issue
for study and action under the new Congregational Study/Action Issue (CSAI)
Process, which was also adopted at the 2006 GA. The issue is now in the
second cycle year of the new process. For a complete explanation of the CSAI
process, see the Commission on Social Witness (CSW).
Congregations and Districts Start Study/Action
June 20-24 in Portland, Oregon The CSW conducts workshops on the Congregational
Study/Action Issue. One workshop includes reports
on successful practices and discussions about future possibilities.
Congregations and Districts continue programs of
education and reflection, community organizing, advocacy, and
public witness on Peacemaking
The CSW conducts workshops on the Congregational Study/Action Issue. One workshop includes reports on successful practices and discussions about future possibilities.
The CSW shall then prepare a revised draft of the UUA SOC on Peacemaking, taking into consideration comments received by the member
congregations and districts, and place this revised draft on the Final Agenda (GA 2009).
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Last updated on Friday, May 3, 2013.
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