YRUU: Ages 15 -18 (10th-12th grade)
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Our youth group empowers teens to create a welcoming and supportive group environment that supports social, emotional, and spiritual growth. YRUU engages in religious education, worship ritual, service activities, social activities and personal growth opportunities. Participants experience group planning, goal setting and collaborations which foster leadership skills. Overall, the program aims to facilitate the youth’s development of a Unitarian Universalist identity that will guide them in living their values throughout their lives.
This group meets from 5-7 PM most Sundays. On most 2nd Sundays, the group attends worship service with their families or with one another.
If you are interested in a leadership role within our busy group, consider joining our Youth Leadership Council. For more information about our YLC, contact Lisa.
Current projects and shenanigans
FIRST YOUTH IN WORSHIP SUNDAY 10/12
On Youth In Worship Sundays (YIWS), all high school aged teens are encouraged to attend worship with their families or as a group. On YIWS, teens will provide special music for our prelude, and also light the chalice for the worship service.
YOUTH LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING 10/12 @ 10:15 in room 116
Calling all youth leaders! Join Lisa and our core group of leaders on YIWS for reviewing and goal setting for our high school youth groups. These will be focused meetings, so come ready to think and work!
ANNUAL HAUNTED HOUSE FOR RE HALLOWEEN PARTY 10/26
YRUU is busy at work on this year's take on the haunted house. Expect thrills and chills and literary references! YRUUth and parents - check your emails for props and costumes requests!
CORNMAZE FIELD TRIP 11/2
UUCC's YRUUth will meet up with UU Church of Annapolis' YRUU for an afternoon at the Sunrise Farms corn maze. Please check your emails, facebooks, and google groups for more information. Carpool info coming soon!
For more information please contact Lisa Kehle, Youth Director, at email@example.com or 443-769-5493.