Inclusion

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Blue Boat: Youth and Young Adult Blog

Future of Faith

  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    Kaitlin Dey, Thrive Young Adult alumni 2016 and 2017, shared this reflection at her congregation last Sunday. I spent the last 10 days in...

Youth and Young Adults of Color

  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    Great resources to better support Unitarian Universalist (UU) youth and young adults of color ...
  • By Kenny Wiley
    We re-post Kenny Wiley's account of attending the recently concluded Unitarian Universalist Association 2015 Multicultural Leadership...
  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    This Monday in Boston it's raining , but I have freshly picked strawberries at my desk. Despite all the brokenness, there is much beauty...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    WEBINAR - Ministering to Youth and Young Adults of Color 1: Faith Formation and Spiritual Renewal Rev. Elizabeth Nguyen , the Leadership...
  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    Multicultural Leadership School , is an annual gathering of soul-renewal and leadership development for UU youth and young adults of color...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    5 + 1 = Full Strength YaYA An Introduction, On Hope & Happy New Year! I'm excited to joining you all as the Leadership Development...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Resources for Youth and Young Adults of Color The Reverend Dr. Monica L. Cummings offers a comprehensive library of video resources on...

Stories and Voices

Braver/Wiser: A Weekly Message of Courage and Compassion

  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    When it comes to living our expansive, inclusive, anti-oppression faith, we fall short.
  • By Yuri Yamamoto
    Who are the angry birds in my life? Do I avoid opportunities in fear of risks? What are the sticks I carry in my heart so as not to be hurt again?
  • By Yuri Yamamoto
    Each of us at the wedding had unique stories about their life, but most knew how it felt to be an Asian American in this country. That was enough for me.
  • By Seanan R. Holland
    In the moment that I switched to “teacher mode,” I recalled moments in which I had inadvertently said ungracious things. I was fortunate enough to have professors, ministers, and friends illuminate my clumsiness for me. They did so in a way that was gracious enough that it increased my appreciation and respect for them, and clear enough that I will never forget the teaching.

LeaderLab

  • At First Unitarian Universalist Church, of Rochester, MN, people who used wheelchairs had to be pushed up a steep hill to get into the sanctuary. And when they reached the sanctuary, they still couldn’t get from there to other parts of the building without help. ...

Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

Windows and Mirrors

  • Materials for Activity Newsprint, markers and tape Taking It Home handout Optional: A copy of Session 1, Leader Resource 2, Namaste...

Moral Tales

Sing to the Power

Faithful Journeys

Chalice Children

Love Surrounds Us

  • By Christy Olson, Lynn Kerr
    The Love Surrounds Us program explores all the Unitarian Universalist Principles in the context of the Beloved Community of family/home, school, and neighborhood.

Signs of Our Faith

Creating Home

What Moves Us

Building the World We Dream About for Young Adults

  • By Elandria Williams
    The Highlander Research and Education Center is an 80-year-old popular education center in the mountains of East Tennessee, which serves as...

Resistance and Transformation

The New UU

Spirit in Practice