General Assembly Registration

2022 Registration Information

Registration for GA 2022 in Portland, Oregon will open in November of 2021. Financial support for registration as well as a payment plan will be available. General Assembly 2022 will be a multiplatform event, with registration options for in-person and/or virtual participation.

Registration rates will be approved by the UUA Board of Trustees at their October meeting and posted here when available.

Registrations must be for specific individuals and are non-transferable. Each registrant should have a unique email address. Once registered, you will be sent email confirmation from You may cancel a GA registration by replying to your registration confirmation or contacting the GA Registrar at The cancellation fee is $50 per person.

Registration is Required for All Participants

All participants in General Assembly (GA) programmed events must be registered for the conference. Everyone must also be registered, including program participants, presenters, invited guests, performers, office support staff, relatives, hosts, and dignitaries. This policy is consistent with our principle of equity and avoids arbitrary distinctions.

GA registrants receive access to all workshops, performances, lectures, and events listed in the GA Program. Registrants will have exclusive access to a chatroom, recordings of previous streams, and dedicated support. Events available to GA Registrants.

Open to the public: General Sessions, Service of the Living Tradition, Synergy Bridging Worship and Sunday Morning Worship will be streamed live and publicly accessible; registration is not required to view or attend these events.

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