Recent Reports by the Commission on Appraisal

2021: Unlocking the Power of Covenant

2017: Class Action: The Struggle With Class in Unitarian Universalism

2013: Who's In Charge Here? The Complex Relationship Between Ministry and Authority

2005: Engaging Our Theological Diversity

2001: Belonging: The Meaning of Membership

1997: Interdependence: Renewing Congregational Polity

Commission on Appraisal Historical Information

Proposed Revision of Article II

The Commission generated a number of documents to help congregations and Unitarian Universalists reflect on the revision of Article II that the Commission proposed. Although the delegates at the 2009 General Assembly voted not to send the proposal on for a year of congregational study and a vote for adoption at the 2010 General Assembly, the following links still lead to documentation of the process of the Article II review.

Who's In Charge Here? The Complex Relationship Between Ministry and Authority

Now available as an eBook in the Amazon Kindle Store. The 2013 Commission on Appraisal report looks at the historical and social context that creates the conditions for Unitarian Universalists' struggles with ministry and authority.

Who's In Charge Here?

Class Action The Struggle with Class in Unitarian Universalism

By UUA Commission on Appraisal (COA)

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The 2017 Commission on Appraisal report looks at the cultural and structural forces that make up class and classism in our society and their impact on Unitarian Universalism.

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