Special Announcement: Many Unitarian Universalist gatherings are happening virtually rather than in-person now and potentially into the summer due to the social distancing that curbing the Covid-19 pandemic necessitates. We want to skill up the young people of our movement by offering grant money that supports the training of UU youth and young adults in the leadership, planning and convening of virtual spaces.
This training for virtual spaces grant aims at centering trainings for: spiritual/worshipful leadership; for making virtual space as accessible as possible; and for continuing our work towards liberation.
Additionally, our Youth Ministry Grant program carries on as normal. These Youth Ministry Grants support youth-led projects and opportunities that offer Unitarian Universalist high school-aged youth opportunities to grow in faith, deepen in spirit, develop skills, experience leadership and engage in service and justice work.
There are three types of Youth Ministry Grants:
Grants available through the Lifespan Faith Engagement are made possible from a variety of sources including your congregation's Annual Program Fund dues.