The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Cleveland is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), the central organization of the denomination. The UUA describes its purpose as “to equip congregations for health and vitality, to support and train lay and professional leaders, and to advance Unitarian Universalist values in the world. . . . Each UU congregation is autonomous—congregational leaders set their own priorities and choose their own ministers and staff. Congregations vote for the leaders of the UUA, who oversee the central staff and resources. The UUA supports congregations in their work by training ministers, publishing books and the UU World magazine, providing religious education curricula, offering shared services, coordinating social justice activities, and more.”

General Assembly 2022 On-Demand Library Now Available

As of September 8th, 2022, the 2022 General Assembly recordings are available to the public, although some specific recordings are no longer available due to copyright or agreements with the speakers/presenters. To access the recordings, please click here ...
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Article II Study Commission Draft Feedback Sessions

The Article II Study Commission has been working through the feedback from General Assembly, and are engaging in our next round of drafting. Once again, we’d like your feedback on different sections to help us as we work. In September 2022, with the assistance of our new Outreach Team, we’re scheduling ten Zoom sessions at ...
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