about the centerCome join fellow Unitarian Universalists at the Annual Universalist Convocation. No experience required! Attending a Universalist Convocation is a perfect way to learn the rich history of the other U in our UU faith tradition. This annual meetings are usually held from Friday to Sunday on the third weekend in May.  Read More.

Registration is open to everyone. You need not be a member of an existing Unitarian Universalist congregation or any other religious body. During registration you will have the ability to select the days you would like to attend and, if available, accommodations and meal plans offered by the conference host. You can register and pay online. Read More.

The mission of Universalist Convocations is to gather Unitarian Universalists together to learn about, celebrate, and draw from the heritage of Universalist faith and experience, to the end that this heritage shall inform Unitarian Universalism today and help to light its way toward the future.    Read More.

In October 1990, approximately 100 individuals from 13 states representing 24 different Universalist heritage churches convened at historic Shelter Neck, NC for the first two-day Universalist Convocation. The convocation, sponsored by the Universalist Convention of Read More.

The Universalist Convocation is a volunteer member organization. Our success is dependent upon individuals donating their time, talent and treasure. Yearly membership is only $10.00. Join today and contribute to the preservation of the spiritual roots of American Universalism.  Read More.