Resources in this hub will help you to learn to navigate the online tools and the processes for this year's "hybrid" General Assembly

In this initial resource collection, you will find words of welcome and a general overview of a Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) General Assembly. We will also begin introducing you to the online tools that will make possible this "hybrid" assembly.

Resources in this collection will orient you to how General Assembly committees will go about their work. You will be introduced to the support roles that will be available to assist you, begin reviewing the processes and rules that you will guide you, and learn about the technological tools you will use to review the work assigned to your committee.

Don't let the title mislead you; this resource collection has plenty of information not only for those in committee leadership but also for commissioners and advisory delegates--and even those observing and participating in the General Assembly outside of official capacities. You will learn about the "Public Hearing" process for this hybrid assembly, how various advisory and advocacy committees will support your deliberations and discernment, and more.

It is time to get down to the nuts and bolts of how this hybrid assembly will do its work during in-person committees and online plenary sessions. You will learn about the role of the Advisory Committee on the Constitution and get an overview of the flow of the full assembly from opening to closing plenary (and all that is in between).