Join the Board Meeting Virtually

The next Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Board of Trustees meeting will take place on Monday, June 10th, 2024 at 4:00pm PT / 5:00pm MT / 6:00pm CT / 7:00pm ET.

We invite you to join the Board as it meets to discuss and make decisions about all facets of Unitarian Universalism. Please consult the board packet of the meeting (when it's available) for more information.

How to Join the Meeting

Video, audio, chat, and captioning for the board meeting will be available via Zoom. Advanced registration is required to attend the open portions of each meeting.

* Please note that registration must be approved, and registration requests made less than one (1) hour before the meeting begins may not be granted in a timely manner.

Guidelines for Observers to Zoom Board Meetings

The Board welcomes guests to observe the Board meeting. We are glad you are here. We hope you will participate when invited. This may include during break out groups or when asked to offer information or answer questions in the chat. Occasionally, a staff member or guest may be invited to unmute to share a report or information useful to the Board. We welcome comments in the chat that are informative and related to the Board's active discussion.

Observers are asked to avoid disrupting or distracting from the meeting including by using the chat box to change the conversation or argue with the Board. Observers should refrain from asking the Board questions during the meeting so that Trustees can focus on their agenda and discussion. Clarifying questions about the meeting can be directed to the staff meeting host (Betty Clark). Additionally, questions can always be emailed to

Lastly, we encourage you to consult the agenda for all board meetings so you know when the open and closed (executive session) portions of the meeting will take place. Each meet's agenda may be found in its board packet.

The Board reserves the right to close the chat or remove participants who are disruptive to the meeting or to other observers.