1.0 ENDS for the UUA: Governance Manual Section One
These ENDS are also known as the “Global ENDS” and as the “Shared Vision” of the Association.
Revised June 2013
A healthy Unitarian Universalist community that is alive with transforming power, moving our communities and the world toward more love, justice, and peace in a manner which assures institutional sustainability.
|1.1||Congregations and communities are covenanted, accountable, healthy, and mission driven.|
|1.2||Congregations and communities are better able to achieve their missions and to spread awareness of Unitarian Universalist ideals and principles through their participation in covenanted networks of Unitarian Universalist congregations and communities.|
|1.3||Congregations and communities are intentionally inclusive, multigenerational and multicultural.|
|1.4||Congregations and communities engage in partnerships to counter systems of power, privilege and oppression.|
|1.5||Congregations and communities have and use Unitarian Universalist Association resources to deepen the spiritual and religious exploration by people in their communities, to enhance the ministry of their members and to improve their operations.|
|1.6||There is an increase in the number of people served by Unitarian Universalist congregations and communities.|
|1.7||There is an increase in the number of Unitarian Universalist congregations and communities.|
|1.8||There is an increase in the number of inspired ordained and lay religious leaders equipped to effectively start and sustain new Unitarian Universalist congregations and communities.|
|1.9||Unitarian Universalist institutions are healthy, vital, collaborative partners invested in the future of Unitarian Universalism, its principles and theologies.|
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