All our youth programming includes chances to explore and celebrate our various identities, learn about issues of injustice and oppression, and do service. These particular opportunities are more focused on these aspects of youth ministry.
Racial Justice Weekends
These are weekends supported by Regional Staff introducing youth to issues of identity and oppression. Race is a central focus although other issues of identities are also explored. You can find these listed on the Youth Conferences page.
Thrive is an annual event for youth of color run by UUA Youth and Young Adult Office Staff and supported by CER Staff. Learn more about Thrive.
UU-UNO Spring Seminary
The UU United Nations Spring Seminar is an annual multigenerational UUA run program in our Region. Find out more about UU-UNO Spring Seminary.
Activate Your Community: Love Resists!
This weekend long version of the UU College of Social Justice Activate program will offer youth, youth advisors, and chaperones an opportunity to deepen their understanding of opportunities for youth engagement in social justice activism, guided by Unitarian Universalist values and practices.
We support congregations in networking to find locations for service trips. Contact Regional Staff for assistance.
UU College of Social Justice
The UU College of Social Justice (UUCSJ) provides trainings for youth, service trips for youth, and support in planning cluster and congregational service trips. Visit the UUCSJ site for current offerings.