Unitarian Universalism is a democratic, grassroots religion. The decisions of our UU congregation are made by our minister and congregation members together.
Through volunteer committees and an elected congregational Board, lay leaders manage most aspects of our Fellowship.
Lay people hire the ministers and staff, build and maintain the buildings, manage the congregation’s finances, determine the congregation’s position on difficult issues, are involved in choosing religious education curricula and more.
At some points during the year, members also plan and lead the worship services.
2023/2024 Executive Board
The Executive Board consists of five officers;
President, President-Elect, Past President, Secretary, and Finance Director.
The Executive Board is empowered to carry out the general policies of the Fellowship and to create new policies as needs and circumstances require. It has a general charge of the property and assets of the Fellowship. It conducts the business affairs of the Fellowship.
It executes or controls other administrative affairs of the Fellowship. The Executive Board is responsible for implementing the vision of the Fellowship and directives of the congregation as agreed to at a congregational meeting.