Program Highlights at General Assembly
General Assembly (GA) offers hundreds of programming choices over the five days of GA.
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) President, in consultation with the General Assembly Planning Committee, invites a distinguished guest each year to address the General Assembly as the Ware Lecturer.
Service of the Living Tradition
The Ministries and Faith Development Staff Group invites you to join us at this service where we honor fellowshipped and credentialed religious leaders, remember those who have died, recognize those who have completed active service, and welcome those who have received fellowship or credentialed status in the past year. The service includes a collection to benefit the Living Tradition Fund, which provide scholarships, debt reduction grants, and financial assistance in times of need to seminarians, ministers, religious professionals, other congregational staff, and retired ministers and their loved ones.
The Service of the Living Tradition (SLT) is open to the public.
Sunday Morning Worship
Join us for the largest annual gathering of UUs joining in worship. Members of the public are welcome. More about the Sunday Morning Worship
2020 Featured Speaker Series
Legacies of Colonialism and Resistance
On Sunday, June 28 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Indigenous Elders representing many nations of Turtle Island (North America) invite you to gather and learn of ongoing efforts by Indigenous leaders and their allies to resist continuous colonial violence.
The Banner Parade
General Assembly will begin with a procession of banners from hundreds of Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations and organizations.
At each General Assembly we invite interfaith and community partners to join us in a public witness for justice.
Worship Choices at General Assembly
General Assembly, like Unitarian Universalism, offers a wealth of theological diversity. A variety of worship choices are offered throughout GA.
Music at General Assembly
All of the music leaders at GA are members of the Association for Unitarian Universalist Music Ministries (AUUMM). The mission of the AUUMM is to support music and worship arts professionals, leaders, and those they serve through advocacy, education, and inspiration. AUUMM musicians work closely with the GA Planning Committee, Worship Arts Team, and ministers to make audible the breath and heartbeat of our faith in joyful song and dance.
2020 GA Music Coordinator: TBD
2020 GA Band Director: TBD
2020 GA Choir Director: TBD
2020 GA Choir Accompanist: TBD