This worship is open to ALL middle and high school youth.
Calling all UU youth!
You’re invited to the Mountain Top/UURJ/UUJMCA’s April youth worship! The theme for the next several months will be the five senses. In March, we explored the sense of sight and the power of art to define our youth space, and we made our own community art. This month, we’re talking about taste. What does our youth space taste like? What foods mean comfort and community to you? What are your favorite recipes? How might we incorporate food into our worship? Please register by April 3 in order to receive your welcome packet for this month’s worship, including this month’s sweet fidget!
What to Expect!
The event will consist of half an hour of worship and ritual, followed by discussion and activity groups.
We’ll worship together, have fun, build community, and learn about our faith and ourselves.
To celebrate our youth and provide a space to create community.
- Provide the inter-congregational, spiritually supportive, community-building space for youth that they’ve been missing
- Have conversations about white supremacy culture, racism, and childism with youth to parallel what is happening in adult TMT/UURJ space and model new, anti-racist culture and ways of being together
- Have conversations about how youth would like to experience belonging and engagement in their congregations. When we have a handle on the experiences and feelings of the youth, we will eventually be having conversations with the adults on youth belonging in congregations, too.
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