The UUA Board of Trustees signaled its support of the sale of the association headquarters at 25 Beacon Street in Boston if a new headquarters site is located. (Christopher L. Walton)

Will 25 Beacon Street in Boston remain the headquarters of the Unitarian Universalist Association? It’s a question the UUA Board of Trustees contemplated at its April meeting at the Beacon Hill brownstone built by the American Unitarian Association in 1927, which, along with three nearby UUA properties, is increasingly seen as unable to meet the 21st-century needs of the association.


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