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Congregational Study/Action Issues

Congregational Study/Action Issues (CSAIs) are issues selected by Unitarian Universalist member congregations for four years of study, reflection and action. In the third year of this process, delegates at General Assembly (GA) can vote to approve a Statement of Conscience (SOC) resulting from congregational feedback on the CSAI. A fourth year is devoted to implementation.

Upcoming Social Witness Deadlines

Congregations have the opportunity to submit comments on the 2012-2016 CSAI "Reproductive Justice: Expanding Our Social Justice Calling" (view comment form worksheet (PDF)). Comment period closes March 3, 2014.

To submit comments, congregations will need to log in through the Data Services Login for Congregations. Log in information cannot be offered by the Commission on Social Witness; contact your minister or congregational administrator for login credentials (consists of a four-digit number and a password). You can also contact the UUA's Data Services office directly (data_services @ uua.org). 

Questions? Read the Guide to Voting in the Congregational Poll & Submitting Comments.

Proposed CSAIs for 2014-2018

These five CSAIs were selected by the congregations via the Congregational Poll to be on the General Assembly (GA) Final Agenda. Delegates at GA 2014 will vote to select one to be the 2014-2018 CSAI. The Congregational Poll closed on February 3, 2014.

Current CSAIs

Recent Past CSAIs

For more information contact socialwitness @ uua.org.

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Last updated on Friday, February 14, 2014.

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