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In February, the Board voted to retain Adam Weitzel of the Business Law Group to guide us through the process of dissolving the High Plains non-profit if that is the result of a congregational vote. We will be holding a congregational meeting and vote after the service on Sunday, May 7th, at 4:30 pm.

The dissolution plan created by the Business Law Group, along with the motions we will be voting on, will be sent to all members by e-mail on Sunday, April 23, 14 days before the scheduled vote. A hard copy mailing will be sent out on Monday, April 24th.

According to our bylaws, 40% of the members in good standing shall constitute a quorum at all business meetings of the congregation. All votes shall be decided by a four-fifths vote of the quorum present or by proxy.

Our membership currently stands at 66, which means that 27 people must be available to vote to fulfill the quorum requirement. Voting may be done on Zoom or in-person.

If you are a HPCUU member and you are NOT able to attend on May 7th, you are encouraged to designate a proxy to vote on your behalf. You can designate a proxy by emailing the Board Secretary at secretary@hpcuu.org and cc’ing the proxy. In your email, please include the name of the proxy voter, the meeting, and the specific issue or issues for which the right of proxy is granted.  Example: “My name is Erika Mustermann. I am designating John Doe as my proxy, and they have the right of proxy for all issues up for vote at the May 7th Congregational Meeting.”

*Please note that you cannot be a proxy voter for more than 2 people.

Thank you, and we hope to see you there!

High Plains Board of Trustees

High Plains Transition Team

Click here to view the HPCUU Congregational Meeting Documents, May 7, 2023

Masks will no longer be required while gathering in the sanctuary for Sunday service. HPCUU encourages members to follow current CDC recommendations that people with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask. We are not checking for proof of vaccination.
We also urge the following recommended Covid safety practices:
  • Ventilating our space as much as possible/practical
  • Preserving socially distanced seating in the sanctuary during the service
  • Providing and inviting the use of masks for anyone who wants one
As always, we encourage our members and visitors to make the best decision for themselves based on their own health conditions and current data. Our congregation will make everyone feel welcomed and respected at church – including those who
choose to wear a mask and socially distance themselves.