Determine the Future of YAs and Districts
Determine the Future of YAs and Districts
A special guest will be joining the May Young Adult Leaders Roundtable discussion to ask how our districts can better serve young adults. The 19 districts of the Unitarian Universalist Association are rethinking their role through a task-force of the District Presidents Association. Task force chair Kathy Burek will be on our call on May 17th to hear what YOU have to say as a young adult leader. Plan on joining this is a great opportunity to shape the vision of our faith's leadership, governing bodies and resources for years to come. We will also be hearing from a young adult group in Atlanta, GA who has had a lot of successes in recent years. This will be the start of a monthly "Meet a Young Adult Group" segment on the Roundtable discussion calls that will allow us all to learn more from the sages in our midst. Call Details: Thursday, May 17, 8 pm (Eastern) Call in number: 712-432-3100, Passcode:  889323# Agenda:
  • 8:00 – Welcome and introductions
  • 8:10 – Discussion on the role of districts with Kathy Burek, District Presidents' Association
  • 8:40 – Updates (UUA, General Assembly, etc.)
  • 8:45 – Meet a YA Group with Tony Knuppel, Unitarian Universalist Church of Atlanta
  • 8:55 – Questions and closing
Hosted by the UUA’s Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries, the Young Adult Leaders Roundtable is a monthly opportunity for Unitarian Universalist young adults leaders to connect with one another across the country. The Roundtable is open to all interested leaders of young adult groups. Want to join us? Got questions or comments? Email yayadirector [at] uua [dot] org, and we look forward to hearing from you!

About the Author

  • Carey McDonald is the UUA's Executive Vice President. He's a lifelong UU who has worked in nonprofit, government, political and progressive organizations.

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