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Virtual Participation in General Assembly

Virtual General Assembly — June 24-28, 2020

For many years we have offered virtual attendance as an option and, this year, we will scale and enhance our technology so that we can accommodate a wider, ideally more global, audience. Across the country, UU congregations have embraced virtual meetings and Sunday services and we know that the number of screens that log in has grown each week. We are excited for what lies ahead!

Virtual GA Participation

All GA registrants have access to the GA Virtual Participation Portal, which combines multiple modes of participant engagement that include chat, Q&A, and polling. Registrants are able to watch and ask questions in live sessions including workshops and business sessions (mini-assemblies, hearings, etc). ​Delegates are also be able to propose amendments in the live business sessions, participate in debates, and vote in general sessions.

Registration Not Required

The following events will be streamed on GA 2020 Events for Public Viewing.

  • General Sessions
    Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Co-Moderators Mr. Barb Greve and Elandria Williams preside over the general sessions in which the business of the Association is conducted.​
  • Service of the Living Tradition
    Led by the Ministries and Faith Development Staff Group, this service honors fellowshipped and credentialed religious leaders; remembering those who have died, recognizing those who have completed active service, and welcoming those who have received fellowship or credentialed status in the past year. The service includes a collection to benefit the Living Tradition Fund. Members of the public are welcome. 
  • Synergy Bridging Worship
    This is a transformative multigenerational worship. Come be inspired and illuminated at a celebration of treasured worship elements, rites of passage and brilliant contemporary musical performances.
  • Sunday Morning Worship
    Join us for the largest annual gathering of UUs joining in worship. The worship service will include a collection for the Tomaquag Museum, an indigenous museum featuring an extensive collection and archive of Southern New England tribal communities. Members of the public are welcome.

If It's Safe To Get Together

If health and safety protocols permit, congregations and groups are encouraged to conduct watch parties for GA events open to the public (governance sessions, Service of the Living Tradition, Synergy Bridging Worship and Sunday Morning Worship).