It is the policy of the Unitarian Universalist Association to encourage and assist the development of new congregations as well as to support and aid existing member congregations as stated in the purposes of the Association.
A church or fellowship may become a member of the Association upon approval by the Board of Trustees of the Association of a written application for membership.
The application shall include:
A new congregation, to be recognized as a member of the Association, must have thirty (30) of its adult members be members solely of the new congregation.
In many communities the liberal religious movement may be better served by the establishment of two or more member congregations.
It is essential that Unitarian Universalist congregations be affirmative in spirit, inclusive in fellowship, and mutually supportive in their relationships with other congregations. The following statements represent the Association's best judgment as to the meaning of this general statement and shall be used by staff and the Board in determining action upon applications for membership.
The order of administrative procedure:
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Last updated on Tuesday, October 4, 2011.
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