It Only Takes 50 Congregations to Call a Special General Assembly: The Answer to Today’s Quiz

Donald O’Bloggin correctly answered that a Special General Assembly can be called by a mere 50 congregations (less than 5% of the total congregations of the UUA).  They only need to give 60 days notice, and the business of the Special General Assembly is as binding as that of an annual one.  However, it takes the involvement of at least three districts, as no more than 20 congregations can be from any one district.

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