Adult Leaders
Youth Ministry: Adult Leaders
High School-Aged Youth Faith Development
  • Pandemic Resilience

    three components for trauma resilience: agency (knowledge of what you have control over, what you don’t, and the ability to make your own choices), purpose (awareness that you are part of something bigger, that you have a role to play) and self-reliance (the belief you can...
    By Jennica Davis-Hockett | 3/21/2020
  • 2019-2020 Youth Ministry Advisor Trainings

    The vision behind all three of these is to reach more adults in youth ministry, not just with content, but with relationship-deepening opportunities where we learn from each other and prioritize care of our spirits.
    6/14/2019
  • Using Experiential Education in youth ministry

    Experiential Education theory is a powerful tool for youth ministry: for debriefing, planning activities, and pastoral care.
    10/5/2018
    Filed in: Youth Ministry
  • Balancing Youth and Adult Leadership

    Guidance for balancing youth and adult leadership in UU youth programs with the goal of youth-adult partnership.
    10/5/2018
    Filed in: Youth Ministry
  • Is your Youth Ministry Welcoming, Inclusive and Accessible?

    A youth group doesn’t magically transform into a welcoming, inclusive and accessible space as soon as you hang a poster of the Seven Principles on the door. We need to intentionally cultivate an environment where youth can practice caring for one another and holding one another...
    By Jennica Davis-Hockett | 10/5/2018
    Filed in: Youth Ministry
  • GA19 Youth Deans

    Announcing! "Which GA Youth Dean are You?" Find out if you're more like Sr. Dean Kari Gottfried or Jr. Dean Andreas Rivera Young.
    By Kari Gottfried | 9/10/2018
  • Should We Have a Youth on Our Board?

    Here are some guiding questions and ideas about including a youth on your congregation's board.
    By Evin Carvill Ziemer | 4/3/2018

For more information contact youth@uua.org.

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