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Administration

The Administration Committee Council is comprised of the Bylaws, Denominational Affairs, Nomination, Personnel, and Strategic Planning Committees. These committees provide administrative structure, long-term planning and guide our relationships with other UU congregations, the Southwest Cluster of Florida, the Florida District and the Unitarian Universalist Association.

You can view results from the Strategic Planning Meetings that occurred in 2012 by clicking on the link to the left.

Administration News

Looking for a Special Person

HandsRaisedAre you familiar with Robert’s Rules of Order? Do you have experience with these rules in meetings?

Please, please contact Dave Lyon at or 765-215-4329.

What is General Assembly?

2017GAGeneral Assembly (GA) is the annual national gathering of UUs to conduct business, learn, sing, listen to really good speakers and be totally inspired. So, who goes? And what happens there? And what does it cost? How long does it last? What do you actually do?

These and any other questions will be answered in an informal Q & A in Water’s Hall on Saturday, February 18th, 1-2pm and Monday, February 20th, 4-5pm. So, stop by....find out more. This year’s GA will be in New Orleans, LA!! ...this GA will be not only close, but at a terrific venue.

Denominational Affairs

There is always something happening either at the National level of the Unitarian Universalist Association or in the Southern Region of which our congregation is a member. In these times, when our values of hope, love and justice for all are sorely challenged, it is always uplifting to experience UUA gatherings and events; they are terrific opportunities to come away renewed in spirit. Two opportunities you might want to consider:

Spring Regional Event, Saturday April 4 at the Marion County Fellowship in Summerfield, FL., an all-day conference that will provide a wonderful opportunity to come together with other UUs from across Florida for learning, networking, and renewal. In addition to worship and a chance to meet others with similar interests there will be two workshops of special focus. The first is a session specifically designed for those interested in Stewardship and Generosity in our congregations. The other will be a session that builds on our legacy and considers how, as a denomination, we are called to offer an alternative in our communities. Please contact Bonnie Norton at if you are interested in attending this conference. We will arrange carpooling.