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The shared voice of youth and young adult ministries of the Unitarian Universalist Association

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Welcome to the Blue Boat blog, now hosted on UUA.org.

Faith reveals you...

By Bart Frost
For many years, a cohort among us has called themselves “raised UUs”. It’s time to widen the circle.

How do we unlearn this stuff?

By Annie Gonzalez Milliken
In order to unlearn systems of oppression we need to be challenged, comforted and have space to process. How do we meet those needs well while respecting others?

This tool brings international Hunan Rights Day home.

By Marisol Caballero
In celebration of Human Rights Day on December the Unitarian Universalist Association International Office offers a resource for congregations to engage with questions about cross-cultural engagement and how identity plays into local organizing. ...

How to turn your llama appreciation club into a spiritual community

By Jennica Davis-Hockett
One of the most surprising places I learned about deeply spiritual community was my Grandma Bette’s bridge club. Those old ladies were really knew something about showing up and caring for each other.

Guidelines for Keeping Youth Safe at Events

By Bart Frost
These policies and guidelines represent the wisdom that has been collected and gathered throughout the years to help our youth events be safer spaces for young Unitarian Universalists to deepen their faith.

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