The 5th Principle of Unitarian Universalism guides our governance: “The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large.” We strongly believe in the use of the democratic process. So while we have governing bodies and committees to perform the day to day work, the entire member congregation gets a say on all important decisions, such as the annual budget and the election of Board members. The Congregational Bylaws provide a stable, time-tested structure for all policies and operations of the congregation.
Board of Trustees
Our congregation-elected Board, consisting of members who selflessly volunteer their time, is the primary policy setting body. With guidance from the congregation, the Board establishes the vision and annual goals for the church and monitors their progress. There are currently seven (7) positions on the Board:
Our Fellowship runs on volunteer power. All our day-to-day operations are handled by committees whose members give of their time and enjoy the satisfaction of working with a team and strengthening connections with fellow church members.
The following are our current Committees:
Facilities – Buildings
Facilities – Grounds
RE – Adult
RE – Youth
Members can access a listing of our current Board Members and Committee Chairs in our Members Only section.