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Creating Peace Becomes a Statement of Conscience

"Peacemaking" was chosen as the congregational Study/Action Issue by the delegates at General Assembly 2006. Unitarian Universalists (UUs) were enjoined to study, reflect and converse on the topic of "Peacemaking," with the goal of drafting a statement that reflects Unitarian Universalist values and thoughts on this complex issue. The resources below were created to help UUs in this process.

The draft statement, "Creating Peace" was brought to a vote by the delegates of General Assembly 2010, where it was approved to be an official Statement of Conscience of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA).

  • GA2010: Plenary III, including Report on 2009-10 Review of Proposed Statement of Conscience and Debate/Vote on Proposed Statement of Conscience: Creating Peace

Educational Materials: Find New Ways to Get Your Congregation Involved

Thanks to the hard work of John Schaibly of San Diego, we have a monthly newsletter on Unitarian Universalist (UU) Peacemaking. For information on how to get on the distribution list, please contact peacemaking [at] uua [dot] org.

Email Distribution Lists

An email list is available for those who would like to be part of a network of UUs interested in or already helping to implement the Peacemaking CSAI. New ideas and suggestions are made and discussed, and are later brought to committees of activists currently making suggestions for the CSAI process.
Subscribe to the Peacemaking-Network Email List.

A new email list is now also available for people who only want to receive announcements about national actions and deadlines.
Subscribe to the Peacemaking-News Email List.

Peacemaking Educational Materials

Small Group Ministry Study Materials

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