These thought-provoking questions will help UUs think about what is important to them about their faith, and what will move Unitarian Universalism forward faithfully into the future. These questions will be the basis of our April 24 Community Conversation, but can be used at any time. The Study Commission welcomes thoughts and comments from groups and individuals as they prepare to write their proposed changes to Article II. You can provide answers to questions using the links below, or email to:
What is essential to you about being a Unitarian Universalist?
Click here to answer What is Essential?
What language helps you describe the heart of Unitarian Universalism to other people?
Click here to answer Core Language.
What is missing from our current conversations or faith language?
Click here to answer What is Missing?
What must we do now to pave the way for the future Unitarian Universalism we imagine?
Click here to answer What Must We Do?
What do we need to help us act on our deep commitment to anti-racism and anti-oppression?
Click here to answer Acting on Our Commitment.
In what specific ways are we asked to transform lives, communities, and the world in these times?
Click here to answer Transforming Lives.
How does our shared life in congregations and covenanted communities prepare us for transformation?
Click here to answer Life in Communities.
What questions should the commission be asking in order to re-imagine Article II?
Click here to answer Questions for Re-Imagining.
If you have questions stemming from the Congregational Conversations that occurred on April 10 and April 24, please email: