RRUUC is a self governing religious community that follows the Policy Governance model. The congregation elects the members of the Board of Trustees who have the principal duty of governance. The board charters committees, task forces, and working groups to manage the details of running various aspects of congregational life.
The board assigns all management of the organization to the senior leader and agrees to focus its own attention on policy, planning, fiduciary responsibility, and evaluation. In return, the senior leader agrees to pursue with vigor the goals of the organization, be responsible for all day-to-day management, be evaluated annually, be bound by limitations set by the board, and be subject to policies set by the board.
The purpose of the board is governance, which includes articulating the mission: the Board of Trustees will adopt policies so that the River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation might grow and deepen in fellowship, spirit, and service.
For further information, please click on the links to our Articles of Incorporation and By-laws. The By-laws were most recently updated at the June 2022 Annual Meeting.
All policies and procedures for committees, programs, and administrative can be found below.
Accountable Reimbursement Plan
Adult Enrichment – Charging for Services
Approval of Minutes from Congregational Meetings
Board Business Outside of Regular Board Meetings
Board Member Concurrent Congregational Activities
Committees and Councils at RRUUC
Delegates to UUA General Assembly
Emergency Closing/Inclement Weather
Fees for Weddings and Services of Union
Financing Facilities Maintenance & Improvement
Financial Roles and Responsibilities
Guidelines for RRUUC Ministerial Relations Committee
International Travel, Groups of RRUUC Members
Minority Scholarship Fund Policies
Participation in Board of Trustees Discussions
Policies, Establishment and Dissemination of
Reserves, Board Policy Relating to
RRUUC Safe Congregation-Policy
Public Statements by Members, Task Forces, and Committees (replaces Speaking Out and Using Banners in the Name of RRUUC)