CUC STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES
At the February 2008 CUC Board Meeting, the Statement of Principles
Task Force presented its findings from the recent workshops that sought feedback
on the current Statement of Principles...
One recommendation, which the Board supported, was to provide increased
opportunities for education and exploration of the Sources by our
Other recommendations included pursuing specific wording changes. Of
special note was the concern raised in the workshops regarding the naming of
Jewish and Christian traditions in the Sources, the need for an explicit
Call to Action, and inclusion of the concept of Environmental Stewardship. The Board acknowledged that these issues were complex, and that some would be
touched on during the planned Go-4-It! “Identity” initiative. The
Board elected to defer further discussion on these matters until after
that initiative, and thus chose to bring closure to the current Task Force
The Board acknowledged that the Task Force has fulfilled its mandate,
and expressed its gratitude for the work undertaken.
final report was formally presented to the 2008 CUC ACM in Ottawa.
CUC Statement of Principles Task Force