CanUUdle XVI: U do U
May 20-23, 2016: Vancouver, BC – REGISTER HERE
“We are cups, constantly and quietly being filled. The trick is, knowing how to tip ourselves over and let the beautiful stuff out.” — Ray Bradbury
Canadian YoUUth… the time has come yet again! CanUUdle 2016 is taking place in Vancouver, BC! We all know we have something to offer, but at times, it’s not easy to see what makes you, YOU! U do U will focus on finding your own bright light inside of you — what makes you illUUminate? Everyone has something beautiful to share… so share! We, the U do U staff, aim to guide participants to find their own bright light within, and to inspire youth to share their gift with the world!
This year’s national UU youth gathering is taking place:
- Where? The Unitarian Church of Vancouver (Coast Salish Territories – 949 W49th Ave, Vancouver, BC)
- When? May 20-23, 2016
- When exactly? Registration will be from 3-7pm at the University of British Columbia, Friday May 20th preceding the ACM opening ceremony, and the conference will run until around noon on Monday, May 23rd.
- Who? Youth aged 14-20. Registration is capped at 80 participants. After that you will be put on the waiting list.
Cost: Early-bird – $100 (until March 31st) / Regular – $125 (April 1st – 30th)
Deadline: Registration closes April 30th.
Register: Click here to register
Co-Dean Queens: Karoline Moore (North Shore Unitarian Church) and Meghan Bennett (First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto)
Activities Coordinators: Brennan Roe (First UU Church of Winnipeg) and Stuart Miller-Davis (Kingston Unitarian Fellowship)
Chaplains: Liv Gardiner (First UU Church of Winnipeg) and Kimberly Bramadat-Ramsey (First Unitarian Church of Victoria)
Worship Coordinators: Russell Booth (Grand River Unitarian Congregation) and Calum Myles (Unitarian Congregation of Saskatoon)
Community Captain: Paloma Callo (First Unitarian Church of Victoria)
Registrar & Publicity: Silas Xuereb (Grand River Unitarian Congregation)
Touch Group Coordinator: Gabrielle Rockenfeild (Grand River Unitarian Congregation)
Memory Keeper: Robyn Zanetti (First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa)
Adult Coordinators: Tim Murphy (UU Church of Indianapolis) and Philip Nellis (Grand River Unitarian Congregation)
CanUUdle Coordinator: Casey Stainsby (various UU communities)
What is CanUUdle?
CanUUdle is a four-day-long social and business conference that runs in parallel with the CUC’s Annual Conference & Meeting each May. At CanUUdle, youth from across Canada to come together en masse to build friendships, worship together, grow in their faith and build their capacity as spiritual and community leaders. The all-volunteer CanUUdle staff team plan and lead the conference, and work with young adults to create a sacred worship service open to all ACM attendees (see youth and young adult-led service on Saturday night).
CanUUdle participants will join with the ACM community for the Friday evening welcome and keynote speech, the Saturday evening Youth and Young Adult led worship, and for the Sunday morning worship and the multigeneraltional lunch and workshops.
CanUUdle Permission Forms
All CanUUdle participants must fill in and send in permission forms ahead of time. Forms will NOT be accepted at CanUUdle.
Please email all completed forms to email@example.com, or mail permission forms and cheques to:
400–215 Spadina Ave
Toronto, ON M5T 2C7
***If you have any questions about this policy, the registration process, need help matching a youth up with a youth advisor or have an unusual situation, please don’t hesitate to contact CUC Youth and Young Adult Ministry Staff, Asha Philar, directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).