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Behavioral Expectations for Youth and Adult Participants of CER Events

CER Youth Calendar

  • Human Rights Day


    From International Programs of the UUA
    Celebrate Human Rights Day every year on December 10....
  • Webinar: Small Congregation Check-In DEC 10


    From MidAmerica Events
    A time for leaders of small congregations in the MidAmerica Region and elsewhere to check-in about the challenges UU religious communities face
  • CER Networking Fri 1220


    From Central East Regional Group
    Join us for the Second Friday of the Month Networking calls with Rev. Evin Carvill-Ziemer and Rev. Renee Ruchotzke.
  • Funeral Service for Rev. David Parke


    From New England Region
    Please join us in celebrating David's life with a virtual service. Enjoy fond remembrances and music from the comfort and safety of your home. 
  • UUSJ 20th Anniversary


    From Central East Regional Group
    Join UUs for Social Justice (UUSJ) as they celebrate their 20th anniversary and many accomplishments on December 12, 4-6pm ET. The event will feature U.S.

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Expectations For All Participants

I understand that CER youth events have commitments to parents, congregations, and our insurance company. I will seek to be in right relationship in these relationships and in right relationship in the covenant created within the youth event.

  • No violence, weapons or dangerous items This includes physical violence, verbal threats or harassment, or possession of weapons or explosives such as fireworks.

  • Respect property/No vandalism – respect local facilities and the community’s possessions, and no theft.

  • No drugs, alcohol, or illegal substances – this includes requirement to use medication as prescribed, and turn prescription medication over to an adult if required for that event.

  • No smoking, vaping, or use of tobacco products.

  • No harassment on the basis of sex, race, national origin, religion, disability or any other protected status.

  • No sexualized conduct or sexual activity, including open mouth and/or prolonged kissing. In general, includes any touch meant to arouse, sharing sexually explicit material such as videos, apps or games.

  • No unwanted, uninvited touch – only a clearly expressed “yes” means yes – e.g. ask before hugging.

  • Rule of Three - All excursions off-site must include a minimum of three, multigenerational participants. No youth or adults are to ever be alone in a closed space with another youth participant.

  • No leaving the event location without proper permission – what constitutes permission may vary by event but must require permission by the adult responsible for supervising the youth.
    • For CER events this includes pre-approval by event leaders and written permission from the youth's parent/guardian.
  • I will follow the event sleeping policies.
  • I will not bring peanuts or tree nuts.
  • I will follow additional site rules set by the host.