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Ensuring young adults feel welcome and know they have a place in your congregation is a first step to making our faith communities open to different generations and cultures.
In addition to the programs described here, please visit the Get Started and Build and Sustain young adult ministry pages for information on how to support young adult groups in your congregation.
Young adults are a core part of our multigenerational ministry as Unitarian Universalists (UUs), and are also on the leading edge of religious changes in the United States. Educate yourself on national trends to see the big picture of why young adult ministry is so critically important.
Congregations and Beyond—Noting the growing numbers of people who are “spiritual but not religious” or who identify as Unitarian Universalist but do not participate in a congregation, UUA President Peter Morales launched the Congregations and Beyond initiative to help UU congregations and groups develop capacities and position themselves to respond to the changing nature of religion in contemporary society by shifting and broadening the way in which we view our faith and our ministries.
For more information contact youngadults @ uua.org.
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
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Last updated on Tuesday, August 20, 2013.
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