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Now Open 2023 GA Registration
Register Now for GA 2023!
Join us June 21 – 25, 2023 online or in-person in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. General Assembly 2023 will be a multiplatform event, with registration options for in-person and/or virtual participation. In-person registration includes access to events scheduled to take place in Pittsburgh, as well as everything available to virtual registrants. Full virtual registration includes access to the GA app, as well as all on-demand programming, live webinars, and live-streamed events.
New this year! Join our First Timers Caucus. If this will be your first ever in-person GA, use the promo code WELCOME to reduce your Adult in-person registration by $100. One hundred spots are available. Cannot be combined with other financial support promo codes.
In-person registration is $400 for adults, and $300 for high school youth, emerging adults (18-24), and retired and candidate ministers. Full Virtual Registration is $250. Register now and use the payment plan to pay over time. Financial support is also available. In-person registration rates will increase on March 1 and again on May 1.
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“I was sent by my congregation to my first GA almost 15 years ago. Coming from Kansas, I had never seen more than 100 UUs in one room simultaneously. Being surrounded by over 3,000 UUs in workshops and worship together changed my life. I wanted to spend my life doing this. I felt my call to ministry walking down a hall surrounded by congregational banners.”
– Jennifer Gracen, Tree of Life UU Congregation
NEW! GA Gift Certificates are Now Available!
Give the gift of General Assembly with a registration gift certificate. GA registration gift certificates are available in any amount. Refer to 2023 GA Registration rates.
Financial Support for General Assembly
General Assembly Planners are committed to the goal of making the General Assembly accessible to the maximum number of attendees possible.
Financial support to attend GA – virtually or in-person – is offered to those with need. These awards are funded through the generosity of General Assembly registrants via donations made during registration.
Support is available for those with financial hardship and those who hold historically marginalized identities. GA credentialed delegates are strongly encouraged to seek financial support for in-person GA attendance from their congregations.
GA 2023 Sponsorship | Exhibiting | Advertising
Interested in Exhibiting at General Assembly? We are pleased to offer premium sponsorship packages, exhibit booths, and other advertising opportunities which will provide top-notch exposure to your organization. Engage with the GA audience and join us together again in Pittsburgh, PA, or online on the GA App powered by Whova!
Share the “What is GA?” Video!
Find yourself struggling to explain GA to friends, family, and fellow congregants? Share this “What is GA?” video with fellow UUs to offer a sneak peek into the GA experience.
Spread the Word!
In order to raise interest and to help Unitarian Universalist congregations and partner organizations learn more about General Assembly, we have assembled these promotional resources to share with your constituents. Feel free to use these materials to share the invitation to GA with your networks. Also, follow our social media platforms for additional updates and announcements to re-post in your feed!
Twitter: @UUAGA
Instagram: @UUAgacs
Call for GA 2023 Program Proposals
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Everyone is welcome to submit a proposal for either virtual or in-person programming for the 2023 Multi-platform General Assembly. Presenters from historically and currently marginalized communities, including people of color and youth, are encouraged to apply. Proposed programs should provide meaningful opportunities for learning and skill development, as well as address one or more of the following focus areas:
  • Becoming Adaptive and Resilient: Programs that equip congregations and leaders for these changing times. What is needed for congregations to nurture adaptive and resilient practices and to lean into change and experimentation. What new practices or programs are gaining momentum, engaging leaders, and fostering community for all ages, including children, youth, and families.
  • Becoming Theologically Rooted: Create opportunities for people to engage and deepen their understanding of our liberating theology and how it can offer hope, resilience, and courage for these times.
  • Becoming Skilled in Faithful Praxis: Opportunities to skill up in our justice work, to move beyond paternalism to partnership and solidarity in our justice work and to partner across congregations and nationally for change.
  • Becoming Connected in Community: Opportunities to embody our community of communities through programs that bring people together around affinity and identity and theology for sustenance, relationships, care, and networking.
The program proposal deadline is Friday, January 13.
Share Your GA Story
General Assembly is an unforgettable experience for the thousands of Unitarian Universalists and partners who attend each June. Do you or someone you know have a story to share about how General Assembly has meaningfully affected your life, your spiritual journey, your social justice activism, or your connection to Unitarian Universalism? We are seeking testimonials to share with the UU community on the power of participating in GA.

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