Annual Congregational Meeting on Saturday, June 11th at 10 a.m.

Dear Second Unitarian Members,

Please plan to attend our Annual Congregational Meeting on Saturday June 11th, 2022 at 10 a.m. via ZOOM

It’s been quite a year and we are ready for our Annual Congregational Meeting to:

  1. Approve the budget for the 2022 – 2023 church year, 22-23 Draft Budget Final
  2. Approve our new slate of church officers,
  3. Approve our delegates to the upcoming UUA General Assembly,
  4. Approve the revised Bylaws (see link for revisions and questions) Revised Bylaws
  5. Approve the Endowment Fund recommendation. Endowment Fund Recommendation

Thank you to all of you who were able to participate in the Town Hall meeting. We hope it will facilitate moving through our Annual Meeting.

To officially execute our church business, we must have a quorum of 35% of our members present. So please join the Annual Congregational Meeting on Saturday, June 11th at 10 a.m. Here is the Zoom Link. If you attended the meeting last year, you’ll recall that the Board Secretary will be counting members, so it’s important to be able to see each member via the video.

In the Annual Meeting, we will bring forth each motion on the agenda and provide time for discussion.

Membership must have been validated at 60 days prior to the Annual Meeting and a financial contribution to be received and recorded at the church office by June 9th.

Once the meeting is concluded, ballots will be sent via email to each voting member present at the meeting. An email will be sent with the voting results.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, you may request an absentee ballot by 9 a.m. Monday, June 6th by emailing Molly Kliment-Jenkins, Board Secretary. The absentee ballot must be submitted to the church by Thursday, June 9th by 9 a.m. Your absentee vote will be counted as long as there are no amendments to the published motions as sent out prior to the meeting.

We hope to see all of you as we come together to transact our church business and support the future of our Second Unitarian Church.

~ Dorothy Danielson