There Has Never Been a Special General Assembly: The Answer to Today’s Quiz

Donald O’Bloggin correctly guessed that the UUA has never held a Special General Assembly, although the procedure has been on the books for decades and it would only take 50 congregations to do so.  The equivalent of a Special General Assembly has been held further back in denominational history, for example by the Universalist Church of America.

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