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Alternate Activity 5: Youth Visits (15 minutes), Session 16: UU Me

In "Riddle and Mystery," a Tapestry of Faith program

Preparation for Activity

  • With your religious educator, identify a few older youth in the congregation to visit the Riddle and Mystery group to talk about what Unitarian Universalism means to them. Invite the older youth to prepare a two- or three-minute presentation. Encourage them to bring photos or other items to help explain the experiences they will talk about. Ask them to be ready to answer questions from the group.

Description of Activity

Invite older youth from the congregation to visit the group to talk about what Unitarian Universalism means to them. Perhaps some participated in Coming of Age programs and can talk about the process and what it meant to them. Perhaps they might share a credo they have written. Some may have participated in UU youth camps, conferences, volunteer projects or other events, and can report on their experiences and their meaning to them.

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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.

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