Conference: Annual Assembly, Southeast District

District and Regional assemblies provide a space to network, problem-solve, and do better activism by working cooperatively with other churches in our area on our common interests.  Therefore, the Earth and Social Justice Ministries recommends that you…

Our Southern Region will hold its first-ever simultaneous Annual Assemblies, April 25-26. Our coming together in this collaborative way will reflect our connections within all parts of the region, across our region and with our larger Unitarian Universalist Association.  The Assemblies will feature a keynote address by UUA moderator Jim Key.

Jim will address attendees in each of the four locations on Saturday morning – live via the internet. He will speak to our shared theme, “Love Reaches Out“, which is also the theme of our Association’s General Assembly in Providence, RI, June 25 -29.

The Annual Assemblies and their locations are:
Florida District — Vero Beach Unitarian Universalist Fellowship;
MidSouth District — Unitarian Universalists of Metro Atlanta North (UUMAN)
Southeast District — Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh
Southwest Unitarian Universalist Conference — First Unitarian Church of Dallas

Registration details and other information will be distributed soon.

Your regional staff is coordinating with the District and Conference boards to create an inspiring weekend at each site. Come prepared to give thanks, to celebrate, and to share the hope, compassion and strength of our Unitarian Universalist faith.


About Elizabeth Mount

Seminarian, UU, organizer, and badass. For faith, justice, and interdependent existence.
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