2022 General Assembly Exhibitors

General Assembly (GA) Exhibit Hall features exhibits and sales by Unitarian Universalist (UU)-related organizations, individual UU artisans, and a variety of other organizations and vendors both on-site and virtual. We welcomed 72 exhibitors to our multi-platform exhibit hall, which included a virtual exhibit hall in the GA App powered by Whova, and an in-person Exhibit Hall in Halls A-A1-B at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, OR.

The Exhibit Hall Floorplan was spacious this year to allow safe social distancing of our 54 in-person exhibitors, while also offering comfortable lounge spots for enjoying lunch and daily entertainment.

2022 General Assembly Exhibitors

  • UU Addictions and Recovery Ministry Team (Booth #125)
    The UU ARMT journeys with congregations and religious professionals to educate individuals, families, congregations and communities about addiction and recovery.
    uuaamt@gmail.com
  • UU Animal Ministry (Booth #202)
    UU Animal Ministry builds justice and compassion for animals. We are intersectional, international, interfaith, and interdependent with our 30+ local UUAM Chapters.
    johngmillspaugh@gmail.com
  • UU Buddhist Fellowship (Booth #212)
    The Unitarian Universalist Buddhist Fellowship provides resources, support and information for UU's who practice or are interested in Buddhism and its spiritual disciplines.
    warnason@gmail.com
  • UU for Justice in the Middle East (UUJME) (Booth #331)
    UUJME is a UU Related Organization that was founded in 1971. Our vision is of a just peace in Palestine-Israel that reflects our UU values of respect for the inherent worth and dignity of every human being and justice, equity and compassion in human relations.
    curt.c.bell@gmail.com
  • UU Funding Program (Booth #424)
    UU Funding Program makes grants to innovative projects that strengthen and grow UUism, engage UUs in social justice, and to non-UU organizations organizing for justice.
    uufunding@gmail.com
  • UU Humanist Association (Booth #133)
    The UU Humanist Association strives to promote and extend the use of rational inquiry without supernatural considerations, followed by compassionate action in all human interactions.
    jagoe.justin@gmail.com
  • UU Mental Health Network (Booth #131)
    The UU Mental Health Network is driven to empower the Beloved Community in honoring each individual’s unique mental health journey towards wellness.
    bfkmeyers@gmail.com
  • UU Military Ministry Great Lakes (Booth #436)
    UUMMGL conducts weekly UU worship services at the Navy’s Great Lakes, Illinois boot camp. Our volunteer lay leaders serve more than 600 recruits annually.
    rbbaron@comcast.net
  • UU Ministers Association (UUMA) (Booth #307)
    The Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association: Calling forth courageous and transformative ministries, empowered by love, committed to collective liberation...because we need one another.
    francoisaacs@uuma.org
  • UU Ministry for Earth (UUMFE) (Booth #200)
    We are galvanized by education, spiritual grounding and accountable action for environmental justice and beloved community. UUs for Social Justice, UU Ministry for Earth and UUs for a Just Economic Community are jointly advocating to increase financial resources available to countries most impacted by climate chaos, supporting the Green Climate Fund (GCF).
    office@uumfe.org
  • UU Mystics in Community (Booth #214)
    Sharing inspiration from the direct experience of transcending mystery and wonder (first UU source statement), and resources and practices for deepening our spiritual lives.
    dhg@gonci.com
  • UU Peace Ministry Network (Booth #232)
    The UU Peace Ministry Network (UUPMN) assists congregations and UUs in creating cultures of peace within their Churches, communities, families, themselves, and the wider world.
    macxgoekler@gmail.com
  • UU Service Committee (UUSC) (Booth #206)
    The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) advances human rights and social justice around the world, partnering with those who confront unjust power structures and mobilizing to challenge oppressive policies. Our work is grounded in the belief that all people have inherent power and dignity.
    brose@uusc.org
  • UU Society for Community Ministries, (UUSCM) (Virtual)
    Our program offers denominational endorsement for UU Professional Chaplains to become Board Certified Chaplains through BCCi. The UUA continues to provide denominational endorsement for Fellowshipped UU Ministers. 
    djones42@gmail.com
  • UU Studies Network (Booth #219)
    We are a mutually supportive collective of scholars, lay leaders, religious professionals, and students who cultivate deeper engagement with Unitarian Universalist history, theology, and ethics.
    dmckanan@hds.harvard.edu
  • UU Trauma Response Ministry (Virtual)
    UU Trauma Response Ministry provides culturally sensitive crisis education, consultation and/or onsite support to congregations experiencing traumatic situations through trained UU responders.
    shaye@uutrm.org
  • UU Women and Religion (Booth #418)
    UUWR is dedicated to freeing ourselves, others, and the Earth from traditional, historical, and contemporary oppressive and patriarchal systems. We provide networking and resources.
    info@uuwr.org
  • UU Women's Federation (Booth #237)
    UU Women's Federation builds covenantal relationships among UU women that equip us all to be better co-conspirators and allies in the movement for collective liberation.
    uuwf@uuwf.org
  • UUA in Memoriam (Booth #101)
    In Memoriam remembers and honors credentialed religious professionals as well as generous donors and volunteers for their meaningful contribution to Unitarian Universalism during their lifetimes.
    mcoe@uua.org
  • UUA Office of Church Staff Finances (Booth #430)
    UUA Office of Church Staff Finances (OCSF) manages the insurance, retirement, financial aid, compensation, and staffing practices programs for congregations and other UUA-related employers.
    RNugent@uua.org
  • UUA Staff (Booth #300)
    The UUA Booth represents the staff groups of the UUA. We're here to inform, help, and have fun.
    hbond@uua.org
  • UUA Stewardship & Development (Virtual)
    Your gifts put our faith into action on a daily basis. Every gift helps our congregations bring people together and allows our Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) to show up for justice, love, and peace.
    plynch@uua.org
  • UUAMP - Unitarian Universalist Association of Membership Professionals (Booth #406)
    Unitarian Universalist Association of Membership Professionals (UUAMP) is comprised of both paid and volunteer members serving congregations with membership as their main component of ministry.
    uuampboard@gmail.com
  • UURISE - UU Refugee & Immigrant Services & Education (Virtual)
    UURISE is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides low-cost, no-cost, and donation-based immigration services.
    katia@uurise.org
  • UUs for A Just Economic Community (UUJEC) (Booth #320)
    UUs for Social Justice (UUSJ) is a justice-centered UU-related advocacy organization promoting progressive national legislation. 
    treasurer@uujec.org
  • UUs For Alternatives To The Death Penalty (Booth #230)
    An independent group of Unitarian Universalists seeking to give witness to the six Unitarian Universalists Association resolutions calling for an end to capital punishment.
    macgoekler@gmail.com
  • UUs for Jewish Awareness (Booth #113)
    We are committed to supporting Unitarian Universalist Jewish multi-religiosity. We work to help people understand Judaism and the ways it has impacted and continues to develop our Unitarian Universalist faith.
    board@uuja.org
  • Visit Pittsburgh (Booth #301)
    Pittsburgh has plenty to offer visitors including breathtaking views, fantastic hotels and accommodations, an award-winning food scene and so much more. Join us in Pittsburgh, PGA for 2023 General Assembly!
    molly.evans@visitpittsburgh.com
  • Watson Studios (Booth #314)
    Brian Watson of Watson Studios is a UU sculptor and carver, creating one-of-a-kind, hand-made chalices, labyrinths, turnings and laser-engraved veneer gifts from sustainable and salvaged hardwoods.
    brian@bwatsonstudios.com
  • Why are You You - Linden Tree Productions (Booth #321)
    Why Are You You? Our documentary explores how the YRUU youth program saved and changed lives—empowering a generation. Come by! Tell us your story!
    info@linden-tree-productions.com
  • Young Adult Revival Network (YARN) (Booth #337)
    The Young Adult Revival Network is the Champion of All Things Unitarian Universalist Young Adult Ministry.
    yarn@uusf.org