UU Pacific NW District Considers Dissolution
Sunday, May 16, from 2–4 p.m. via Zoom; register by May 13
In 1962, our University Unitarian Church and its leaders were instrumental in forming the Pacific Northwest District (PNWD) of Unitarian Universalist congregations to provide local support for one another. And now, nearly 60 years later, that district – one of the first and now one of the last in the UUA – is considering winding up its operations.
The District will hold its 2021 Annual Meeting via Zoom on Sunday, May 16, from 2–4 p.m. One of the primary orders of business is to amend its bylaws to provide for dissolution of the organization. Delegates from PNWD member congregations are called to attend and participate in this discussion and action. The actual vote to dissolve is anticipated at a special meeting to be convened this fall. Voting delegates from UUC are needed, and all UUs are encouraged to attend.
Registration is free and is open through May 13. Please indicate on your registration form if you are willing to serve as a delegate. You can find more information about the May 16 PNWD Annual Meeting at https://pnwduua.org/district-assembly/.
NOTE: This story has been updated to reflect the correct date of the PNWD Annual Meeting as Sunday, May 16 (not Saturday as originally posted). We regret the error and are glad to provide this correction.