Upcoming Youth Cons

diverse youth standing in circle

If you are interested in any of these conferences please email Arran for more information as soon as possible. Financial support is available for most of the events.

PNWD Spring Con 2019 (high school)
2020 Dates TBC.

Join youth (ages 14-18) from all over the Pacific Northwest for a weekend of fellowship, learning, and spiritual rejuvenation.

May 2020, Halifax, NS. (High School)

CanUUdle is the annual national conference for Canadian UU youth and their adult advisors. It’s a beautiful weekend where youth and adults create an amazing community, worship together, grow as spiritual beings and join in multigen activities.

June 19-23, 2019. Spokane, WA

In a time of great challenge and heartbreak in our world, what does our faith demand from us? At this year’s General Assembly we will explore the power, possibility, purpose, struggle and joy of finding the path forward together as Unitarian Universalists.  Not only do you get to worship, witness, learn and connect in a multigenerational continental community, you can get to know hundreds of other youth and participate in making an impact on the Association through the democratic process.  More info: https://www.uua.org/youth/events/ga

Summer Seminary (grade 10-12)
July 23-29, 2019. Denver, CO

Summer Seminary is a program for Unitarian Universalist youth exploring the possibility of becoming a religious professional. Focusing on discernment and exploring various forms of ministry including parish, lay, community, religious education and music ministry, the program offers youth the opportunity to learn about life as a religious professional, and connect with other youth passionate about Unitarian Universalism considering religious professional career paths. More info: https://www.uua.org/youth/events/summerseminary

Goldmine Justice Journey (High School Youth)
2020 dates TBC. Pasadena, CA.

Join us for a leadership, immersion experience focusing on environmental sustainability through service, learning, and spiritual practice designed to be reflective and to sustain future justice work. For more info see: https://www.uua.org/pacific-western/youth-ministries/events/goldmine-youth-leadership-school