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    Young Adult at General Assembly 2014 Survey

    It’s Serious Business  Click to take the 2014 survey about young adult participation in General Assembly and YA@GA (Young Adults at General Assembly). We welcome responses from all young adults in attendance at GA 2014, regardless of their participation in YA@GA events, as well as those of any age who attended YA@GA events. Take the Survey Here      

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    Spotlight: UU Young Adults of Tallahasee

    Welcome to the Spotlight Series! Each month we’ll feature a different Unitarian Universalist congregation or community that is doing effective, innovative or otherwise interesting ministry with young adults.   Resilient… Renewed… Revelatory. “When the Campus Ministry/Young Adult position was de-funded some folks thought that was the end of the program,” related Rev. Robin Gray, the minister at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tallahassee (UUCT). But fortunately the story didn’t turn out that way. Lee Edwin Chipps-Walton, a young adult and lay leader started coordinating their young adult program as a volunteer. Robin claimed Lee “offered us several years of growth for a program with consistency, involvement and connections – both within the YA community and…

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    Millennials are Sticky People

    Adhere Them to Your Congregation   This excerpt of a post by Drew Dyck on the Aspen Group examines the trend of Millennials leaving the church, and says that neither making church more stylistically appealing or less religious will turn the trend around. However, research reveals some of the reasons Millennials stay with congregation. Takeaways follow. –Ed.     The Millennials are leaving the church in droves, and staying away. Approximately 70 percent of those raised in the church disengage from it in their 20s. One-third of Americans under 30 now claim “no religion.” There are 80 million Millennials in the U.S.—and approximately the same number of suggestions for how to bring them back to…

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    Host a Scaffold Series Conference

    Young Adults Building Faith from the Ground up This fall Faith Architects kicks off with three to six regional leadership conferences called the Scaffold Series. We are currently seeking congregations or organizations to host these conferences. Some conferences may be hosted in spring of 2015. The Scaffold Series invites young adults to examine their Unitarian Universalist identities and to think about why they’ve chosen this religion, what Unitarian Universalism gives them, and what they can commit to giving back. Conference attendees will be trained in multi-generational worship, community building and justice organization, with an emphasis on bringing what they learn at Scaffold Series back to congregations and organizations in the wider denomination.   Won’t it…

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    Youthful Leader

    Learn about Robert Jensen, graduate of the Unitarian Universalist Association Summer Seminary Class of 2013, from the selected excerpts of this profile piece by Aliyah Mohammed of the Fremont Bulletin  from the Mercury News. – Ed. Unitarian Universalist Present and Future “Washington High graduate hopes to combine passion for social justice and faith” The word “passionate” encapsulates recent Washington High School graduate Robert Jensen in a nutshell. When he speaks about his faith, about social work and the good he hopes to do in the world, his energized words come at such fast speeds that it seems like he is speaking in energized bursts… In his freshman year, Jensen, 18, got involved with the Gay Straight…

Recent Posts for Unitarian Universalist Young Adults (18-35)

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Young Adult at General Assembly 2014 Survey

July 29th 2014, no comments

It’s Serious Business  Click to take the 2014 survey about young adult participation in Gener...

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Host a Scaffold Series Conference

July 15th 2014, no comments

Young Adults Building Faith from the Ground up This fall Faith Architects kicks off with three to si...

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NextGen Ministries: coming soon!

July 3rd 2014, no comments

Faith Moves Into the Next Generation   Our religious landscape in the United States is changing...

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Spotlight: UUs of Penn State

June 25th 2014, one comment

Welcome to the Spotlight Series!  Each month we’ll feature a different Unitarian Universalist con...

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Help Create Intentional UU Community!

June 18th 2014, 2 comments

UU Community Cooperatives are creating a second living community Imagine a place where a diverse gro...

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Spotlight: UUs of Florida Gulf Coast University

May 23rd 2014, one comment

Welcome to the Spotlight Series!  Each month we feature a different Unitarian Universalist congrega...

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Best Practices at Original Blessing

May 8th 2014, 9 comments

Multigen and Mission Focused “Original Blessing is like a study in best practices for a congregati...

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Wanted: Summer Seminary Student Advisor

May 6th 2014, no comments

Serve as an Advisor to Youth Considering Unitarian Universalist Ministry The second Unitarian Univer...

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Visit a Shinto Shrine in Japan – Not on Your Dime

May 5th 2014, no comments

Go When You Want, But APPLY by May 15. Tsubaki Grand Shrine Scholarship for UU Seminarians at Non-UU...

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Power UP with Rev. Monica

April 30th 2014, no comments

On-Air Thursdays, on-line any-time Power UP with Rev. Monica (Rev. Dr. Monica L. Cummings) is an int...

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Spotlight: UU Young Adults of Oakland, CA

April 23rd 2014, no comments

Welcome to the Spotlight Series!  Each month we feature a different Unitarian Universalist congrega...

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What’s Up With Millennials? Ask UUs.

April 10th 2014, 15 comments

Looking for Answers The Pew Forum’s March 7 report on the Millennial Generation (age 18-33) was ye...