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Enter the UU Web of Youth Ministry
Enter the UU Web of Youth Ministry

So Much – In One Little Tri-Fold!

Historically, UU congregations have focused on the Youth Group as the primary model for ministry with youth. The Web of Youth Ministry helps your congregation create a truly multigenerational community that welcomes and affirms the voices, gifts, and journeys of every person of every age. Adapted from the Renaissance Module Ministry with Youth, this pamphlet is for congregations to go beyond the one-size-fits-all youth group approach to nurture a more vibrant, inclusive faith community in which youth are encouraged to grow in spirit, service and leadership.  

With information on:

  • Spiritual Development
  • Beloved Community
  • Justice Making
  • Faith Exploration
  • Multigenerational Relationships
  • Covenantal Leadership
  • Identity Formation
  • Pastoral Care
  • Bibliography of additional resources
      Find Beth Dana and Jesse Jaeger's the Web of Youth Ministry pamphlet at the UUA Bookstore here.    

About the Author

  • Ted joined the staff of the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries in February 2010. He brings more than twenty years' experience using media to create social change by creating communications strategies and content for progressive non-profits, political campaigns, and cause...

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Enter the UU We... (not verified) 4 years 2 months ago

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T. Resnikoff (not verified) 2 years 4 months ago

Hi Marjorie,

We've sent you a hi-res copy of the art. Thanks - Ed.

Marjorie Doyle (not verified) 2 years 4 months ago


I am the editor of the 1st Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Our National CUC organization published an article about our Youth and used the Web of Youth Ministry logo.

I would like to get a better version if possible. The one above is 72 dpi and I would like something crisper I could use in reprinting their article.

Thanks for your consideration.

Marjorie Doyle

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