During plenary on the afternoon of Friday, June 21, delegates are meeting in small groups to discuss three questions about General Assembly, and members of each group are posting their responses using Twitter:
1. If you could not attend General Assembly, describe the person from your congregation who ought to attend. Why?
2. What do you love best about General Assembly?
3. For the future of our faith, what is the one thing General Assembly should stop doing?
UU World is monitoring social media about the 2012 General Assembly and curating them on our Storify page. Here are highlights from the the Opening Ceremony and nighttime rally, Thursday, June 21:
UU World is monitoring social media about the 2012 General Assembly and curating them on our Storify page. Here are highlights from the the Opening Ceremony and nighttime rally, Wednesday, June 20:
UU World is monitoring social media about General Assembly, and using Storify to curate some of that media. Here is a sampling of what people are blogging and tweeting on their way to Phoenix:
For more on the two-day “Ministry Days” conference of the UU Ministers Association, which meets just before the start of the UUA General Assembly, here are some recent blog posts: “Growing Grassroots Religious Movements“: The Rev. Naomi King reflects on UUA President Peter Morales’s remarks last night to the UUMA, in which he emphasized “the […]
This year, Twitter updates have clearly replaced blogs as the preferred medium for GA-goers’ commentary on General Assembly. Peter Bowden provides a helpful overview of how people are using Twitter this year. We’ve added a widget in the left sidebar of our General Assembly blog that provides real-time Twitter updates about GA. You can also […]
In addition to UU World‘s General Assembly blog—which concentrates on GA business and news—there are several other official sources of General Assembly coverage. As in years past, volunteers will be covering a wide range of GA workshops, worship services, and plenary sessions for UUA.org. Doug Muder, the Rev. Dan Harper, and Deb Weiner are writing […]