Please enjoy these archived items from the "What's New: Religious Education and Faith Development" pages of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) website, provided by the Ministries and Faith Development staff group of the UUA. Items are posted in reverse chronological order.
Welcome, Pat Kahn, the UUA’s new Children and Families Program Director.
Activities from A Chorus of Faiths, the new interfaith leadership program for high school youth funded by a large grant from the Shelter Rock Congregation, helped shape an interfaith leadership training weekend for Unitarian Universalist (UU) youth and their adult advisors in Atlanta, February 18-20, 2011. The eight-workshop Chorus of Faiths curriculum culminates with youth leadership of a local, interfaith service project. The UUA offers a monthly conference call for congregations that field test A Chorus of Faiths; contact Alicia LeBlanc, fieldtest @ uua.org, for information.
UU Youth As Interfaith Leaders. Read about interfaith service and justice projects led by UU youth/adult teams in their home communities after a training presented by the UUA and the Interfaith Youth Core in January, 2010.
A Multicultural Youth Leadership Conference brought youth and young adults of color to the UUA in Boston August 13-17, co-facilitated by the Rev. Dr. Monica L. Cummings, Janice Marie Johnson, Laura Spencer, and Jessica York. Read more...
NEW for high school age: A Place of Wholeness. Twelve workshops guide youth to explore their personal faith and how they can live and express it as inheritors and co-creators of a Unitarian Universalist faith tradition.
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Last updated on Tuesday, January 10, 2012.
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