In this three-part class, we will explore what it means to be a UU by identifying our own individual values, comparing our individual values to the UU values proposed in Article 2, and lastly discussing the UU sources and other components of Article 2. Folks are encouraged to attend all classes if possible but can drop in for one without having attended the previous classes.
During the first class, participants will identify four core values that they aspire to. For homework, participants will write a sentence defining each of those four core values. During the second class, we will share our individual values and discuss how those compare to the values in the proposed new UU bylaws in Article 2. During the third class, we will discuss the proposed changes to the UU sources and other components of Article 2. We will close out the class with a discussion on any amendments to Article 2 we might want to propose for General Assembly (GA) and solicit feedback to inform our congregation’s GA delegate votes on the proposed Article 2 changes.
Read the Article 2 Study Report at Article II Study Report to the Board of Trustees (uua.org)
Childcare will be provided for all classes. Register for the class at https://forms.gle/Vh2m7kooGdusx8218