Thank you for being a spiritual leader for this faith! Are you…
|A minister (including called, contract, interim, extension, or developmental minister) who is in fellowship (preliminary or full) with the Unitarian Universalist Association, and employed at least half-time by a certified congregation?||Yes|
|A community minister who maintains active involvement and affiliation with a certified congregation and working at least half time in any ministry setting.||Yes|
|An emeritus/a minister designated as such before December 24, 2022, at a meeting of the certified member congregation you were settled/employed by?||Yes|
If your ministry is not included in one of these categories, you are unfortunately not eligible to serve as a delegate for your congregation as a Minister. However, you might be able to serve as a member delegate.
Thank you for being with us Our Whole Lives! Are you…
|A religious educator who is an active member of the Liberal Religious Educators
Association (LREDA) and employed by a certified congregation?
(NOTE: Student/New, Supportive, Institutional, Life, Friend membership types are not eligible for credential)
|An emeritus/a religious educator designated as such by a vote before December 24, 2021, at a meeting of the certified member congregation you were settled/employed by?||Yes|
If you are unable to say yes to any of these categories, you are unfortunately not eligible to serve as a delegate for your congregation as a Religious Educator. However, you might be able to serve as a member delegate.
On average, certified congregations receive 3 member delegate credentials which are distributed per their own process. Select your congregation below to check eligibility. Please note that the Church of the Larger Fellowship (CLF) if listed in Boston, MA.
At this time, our association's bylaws do not provide a way for Unitarian Universalists that are un-churched or belong to a covenanting community or other group to serve as a delegate. Please let us know why serving as a delegate is important to you and —if you haven't already— consider joining the Church of the Larger Fellowship (CLF), a Unitarian Universalist congregation with no geographical boundary. They receive and distribute 22 member delegates each year.