Be a part of the national Unitarian conversation!
Please consider representing NSUC as a delegate to the Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Unitarian Council this May. While you may wish to travel to Ontario to attend the conference in person, it’s possible to participate as a delegate from home through a videoconference connection. Contact Marcia Stephenson if you are interested in serving as one of our four delegates this year.
The CUC’s National Conference & Annual General Meeting (AGM) is the national gathering of Unitarians and Unitarian Universalists in Canada. The conference takes place every other year in May over the Victoria Day weekend. Young Adult events, the CanUUdle Youth Conference, and programs for Junior Youth and children happen during the weekend, with other trainings taking place before the conference.
The Conference has two components:
1. The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the CUC is the business meeting where delegates gather to discuss and decide on resolutions, finances, and other matters that affect the CUC. The AGM is held on the Friday before the start of the Conference, and is preceded by the Resolutions Plenary on Thursday evening. For more information about the Resolutions Process, check out the Governance – Resolutions Process section of the CUC website.
2. The second component is the biennial Conference, which takes place every other year. A variety of learning and development opportunities and workshops are offered by leaders from within and without our movement, including a a multi-generational day.
McMaster University, Hamilton ON.
Pre-Conference Trainings: May 16-18 (Our Whole Lives and Chaplains)
Conference: May 18 – 20; AGM Friday, May 18
Adult registration rates (including meals) for 2018 are as follow:
*Early-bird – $300 (until April 7)
*Regular – $325 (April 8 – May 5)
Check cuc.ca for Young Adult, Youth, and Children’s Rates
Accommodations will be at McMaster University, Rates will be under $80 per person (not included in conference registration). Check CUC website for link to booking.
Networking sessions are scheduled for early Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Saturday workshop streams will take place in the morning and afternoon. Sunday multigenerational workshops will take place after the multi-gen lunch.
Questions About the CUC Conference?
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