Delegates at the 2006 General Assembly in St. Louis, Missouri, selected "Peacemaking" to be
the 2006—2010 Congregational Study/Action Issue (CSAI) of the Unitarian
Universalist Association of Congregations (UUA). See inside for an explanation of
the next steps in the process.
This guide lists a variety of organizations and resources that might be
helpful to study and act on this issue. Listing should not be interpreted as
endorsement by the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations.
Where This Issue Is in the Congregational Study/Action Process
Text of Congregational Study/Action Issue: "Peacemaking"
Introduction to this Issue and this Resource Guide
One way to engage in Unitarian Universalist social justice work and further
promote liberal religious values is to participate in the UUA's Social Witness
process. Together, as congregations and at General Assembly, we articulate and
adopt positions on social justice issues, using procedures outlined in the UUA's
Bylaws and Rules and facilitated by the UUA's Commission on Social Witness.
Your congregation or district may initiate a Congregational Study/Action
Issue, starting the process that leads to a Statement of Conscience. Your
General Assembly delegates may initiate Actions of Immediate Witness.
Additionally, all congregations are encouraged to participate in studying and
acting upon that year's chosen Congregational Study/Action Issue and Actions of
Immediate Witness. Hopefully, if you're reading this, you're planning to do
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Last updated on Friday, May 3, 2013.
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