This year’s annual General Assembly (GA) of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), of which we are a member congregation, continues on Thursday, June 25 with four public events.

General Sesssion 2
The second public event, tomorrow, Thursday, June 25 10:30 – 11:45am Pacific, will include the annual report of our UUA President, Rev. Dr. Susan Frederick-Gray. In this session we will also see proponents ask the GA to issue public statements about social issues, called Actions of Immediate Witness. Included this year are statements about white supremacy, race, defunding police, COVID-19, the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, the Thanksgiving holiday, and Facebook. (Later in the GA, our delegates will be voting on these statements.) You can see the details of the proposed statements here:
Live Streaming of General Session 2 (with online chat) can be accessed here:

General Session 3
In the third public event, tomorrow, Thursday, June 25 1:00 – 2:00 pm the Commission on Institutional Change will present its report. (This Commission was created in response to the concerns about the UUA’s hiring practices that were raised in 2017.​)
Live Streaming of General Session 3 (with online chat) can be accessed here:

Annual Reports
Beacon Press, the UU Service Committee, and UU Women’s Federation will present their Annual Reports on Thursday, June 25 2:15 – 2:45 pm . The Live Stream (with online chat) can be accessed here:

Service of the Living Tradition
This worship service on Thursday, June 25 3:00 – 4:00 pm will honor the religious professionals who have served our congregations and our movement, including those who have died, those who have completed active service, and those who have received fellowship, credentialed, or certified status in the past year. The service will feature a sermon by Rev. Danielle Di Bona. Rev. Di Bona, and music directed by Dr. Zanaida Stewart Robles.
Live streaming of this event (with online chat) can be accessed here:

Here’s where you can learn about the public events that are coming up the rest of this week:

And here’s where you can learn about the full program, available to everyone who registers this week: