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Central East Regional Group

  • Friday, August 2, 2019 - 3:00 pm EDT to Sunday, August 4, 2019 - 3:00 pm EDT
    (Training)
    Manassas VA
    Our Whole Lives Training will be offered for Young Adult/Adult/Older Adult Ages at Bull Run UUs, Manassas, VA.

General Assembly Presentations

inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop

InterConnections: Articles for UU Leaders

  • By Donald E. Skinner
    There was a time when it was a bit of a challenge to identify Unitarian Universalist congregations with thriving young adult ministries—but...
  • By Donald E. Skinner
    It is, of course, every congregation’s desire to have most of its members actively engaged in personal growth, in deepening their spiritual...
  • By Donald E. Skinner
    Q. A 16-year-old girl whose parents do not attend our church is attending our Exploring Membership class. She assures us that her parents...
  • When high school youth leave your congregation for college, jobs, the military, or other endeavors does anyone other than their parents...
  • By Donald E. Skinner
    Q. What should the Sunday morning experience include for children? A. What I would like to see kids get on Sunday morning: I would like to...
  • By Donald E. Skinner
    Coming of age (COA) ceremonies , marking the transition from childhood to young adult, are as old as history. They have included ritual...
  • By Donald E. Skinner
    Q. We're concerned about all the ways that members are getting asked for money at church. There are the musicians that bring tapes, Girl/...
  • By Donald E. Skinner
    The voice of experience belongs to Deirdre Shaw when it comes to attracting young adults to Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations...

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Meaning Makers Group

  • The Meaning Makers August 2019 Retreat will take place at UBarU Camp and Retreat Center outside San Antonio, TX on August 15-20, 2019. The information below is related to this retreat. ...
  • The Meaning Makers August 2019 Retreat will be held on August 15-20 at UBarU Camp & Retreat Center in Mountain Home, TX. ...
  • The Meaning Makers August 2019 Retreat will take place at UBarU Camp and Retreat Center outside San Antonio, TX on August 15-20, 2019. The information below is related to this retreat. ...
  • The Meaning Makers August 2019 Retreat will take place at UBarU Camp and Retreat Center outside San Antonio, TX on August 15-20, 2019. The information below is related to this retreat. ...
  • The Meaning Makers August 2019 Retreat will take place at UBarU Camp and Retreat Center outside San Antonio, TX on August 15-20, 2019. The information below is related to this retreat. ...
  • The Meaning Makers August 2019 Retreat will take place at UBarU Camp and Retreat Center outside San Antonio, TX on August 15-20, 2019. If you want to join the Meaning Makers program, let us know!
  • Welcome to the 2017-2018 Meaning Makers private group! Consider this your "program binder," stuffed full of information to help you in...

MidAmerica Region

  • We are blessed to have clusters of congregations in our respective former districts (Central Midwest, Heartland and Prairie Star) who help to create, with youth and adult leaders, distinct structures for youth events in their respective areas.

Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

UU World

  • By Julie Bero, Catherine Trossello
    Our young adult community retains its own identity, even as we weave ever closer with the larger congregation.
    Image credit: Young adults at a community potluck learn about the privileges and responsibilities of membership.
  • By Kenny Wiley
    A diverse and multifaith arts, spirituality, and justice community for young adults thrives in Washington, D.C.
    Image credit: © Erik Martínez Resly
  • By Annie Gonzalez Milliken
    Keys to a Unitarian Universalist rite of passage.
    Image credit: © Nancy Pierce

YA@GA Staff Private Group

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