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The Commission on Appraisal (COA) is pleased to announce the publication of Who's In Charge Here?—The Complex Relationship Between Ministry and Authority. In this report, we present our work as both analysis of conflicts over ministry and authority, and resources to help address these issues. A study guide is provided for readers to engage the study and their own congregation in reflection on, "who's in charge here?" The report is available now through the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Bookstore.
Grounded in the living tradition of our free and responsible faith, yet charged with acting independently, the Commission’s mission is to provoke deep reflection and to evoke timely, creative transformation of Unitarian Universalism, our congregations, and the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Section 5.8. Commission on Appraisal
The Commission on Appraisal shall consist of nine elected members. A member shall not during the term of office serve as an officer or hold a salaried position in the Association. The Commission on Appraisal shall:
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Last updated on Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
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