The General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches was established in 1928. Ever since then – or rather since the new arrangements bedded down with the completion of a full year in 1930 – its Annual Meetings, held in different locations up and down the country, have passed resolutions.
Over the years, resolutions have covered topics including:
- Animal Welfare
- Civil and Religious Liberty
- Criminal Justice and Penal Policy
- Denominational Issues
- Drink and Drugs
- Ecumenism and Interfaith
- Minority Rights & Racial Justice
- Peace and Disarmament
- Religious Freedom
- Social Policy
- International and World Development
- Women’s Rights
For a full list of resolutions passed between 1929 and 2018, organised by date and theme, see 'Where We Stand: Resolutions of the General Assembly Annual Meetings on Social Responsibility and Faith and Public Issues'