Upcoming Youth Events Across Canada and Beyond
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Registration deadline: June 15th. Goldmine is an intense leadership school for youth focusing on self-reflection and leadership skills. Youth learn concrete leadership skills, learn to lead a worship in a wide variety of youth worship styles, and work to articulate the faith based grounding for their values and leadership.Find out more »
Registration deadline: July 15. Goldmine is an intense leadership school for youth focusing on self-reflection and leadership skills. Youth learn concrete leadership skills, learn to lead a worship in a wide variety of youth worship styles, and work to articulate the faith based grounding for their values and leadership.Find out more »
The Youth Transition Team at North Shore Unitarian Church invites you to participate in a Youth Advisor Training, led by Rev. Samaya Oakley, former 15-year NSUC Youth Program Coordinator, and Jenna Oakley, Youth Advisor Trainer and member of the region’s Young Adult Community. We warmly welcome them both to our community once again. This workshop is open to community members who want to become Youth Advisors and to those who wish only to learn about the philosophy of our Youth Program and the roles and…Find out more »
CONviction Courageous love transforms the world. When the question of justice arises, we will stand on the side of love. This weekend, we will be exploring issues of injustice, solidarity, and standing up for what you believe in. What are your CONvictions? In addition to exploring this theme, Con favorites such as touch groups, worship, mail bags, yummy inclusive food, late night chats and lots other fun crafts and activities will all be there too (including a chance to participate…Find out more »
Winnie the Puuh Con We would like to welcome any UU youth from age 12-20 to come spend the weekend in the 100 acer wood with Pooh and his friends. We will be talking about how Pooh and his friends all have such diverse personalities and characteristics yet they all support and accept each other, which is what inspired us to spend some of this weekend exploring the different aspect of mental health and wellness as well as the theme…Find out more »
Youth from UFF are excited about meeting other youth! On Saturday, you have the choice of attending one of the Hearts and Hands workshop streams or taking part in relaxed creative activities. There will be evening activities and space to sleep overnight or talk on both Friday and Saturday. For more information, contact Jo-Anne Elder-Gomes (email@example.com) Fee $35 Registration closes Oct. 12 For youth ages 14 – 20. Permission Forms All participants must fill in and send in permission forms…Find out more »
We are very excited to announce that Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough will be hosting the next OWL in this region for youth in grades 10-12; the first time that UFP will be hosting this OWL level.Find out more »
Registration is now open for CanUUdle XVI in Vancouver, BC! CanUUdle is the annual Unitarian Universalist youth conference of the Canadian Unitarian Council. It is a three-day-long social and business conference that runs in parallel with the CUC’s National Conference in May. Started in 2001, CanUUdle has been instrumental in fostering a national Canadian youth community. It has provided an important opportunity for youth from across Canada to come together en masse to build friendships, worship together and grow in their faith and capacity…Find out more »
** REGISTRATION EXTENDED TO THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 AT MIDNIGHT ** Register Now! For a day of workshop streams on music, leadership, and UU identity - youth welcome! Registration includes lunch. Online registration extended to Oct 27. Youth & Young adult registration: $25 or Pay What You Can Early bird registration (Until October 1st): $60 Regular registration (after October 1st): $75 Jr. Youth stream: Cancelled due to low registration Schedule: 9:30 a.m. Registration and coffee 10:00 a.m. Welcoming and Gathering Worship 10:45 a.m.…Find out more »
A weeklong program for UU youth who are exploring the possibility of becoming UU religious professionals. The program offers youth the opportunity to explore their call to ministry in all its forms, learn about life as a religious professional, and connect with other youth considering ministry, religious education and other religious professional career paths.Find out more »
Open to youth (14-18), young adults (18-35) and youth advisors (25+) $85 USD - register by February 24Find out more »
Learn about youth con chaplaincy, peer support and peer listening. Open to youth and advisors. $120 - register by February 19Find out more »
Open to youth 14-20 and their advisors, this weekend youth con is a great way to learn about sexuality education through the Our Whole Lives high school curriculum. Registration, details and contact info can be found here RSVP to the Facebook event for updatesFind out more »
Meaning Makers is a year long spiritual development program for young Unitarian Universalists (UUs) between 18 and 24 years old. Through in-person retreats, virtual small group ministry and mentorship, emerging adults will explore the central questions “Who am I and how can I live my Unitarian Universalist (UU) faith in the world?”Find out more »
Here you will find a curated listing specially compiled with Canadian Youth in mind, and is an attempt to include as many cluster, regional, and national Youth related conferences, trainings and other events as possible. It also might include Cons and trainings happening in the northern United States as well.
The listings in the Calendar are not exhaustive, but are updated on an ongoing basis, as events are developed and advertised, so please check back periodically.
- If you are organizing a cluster or regional event for youth and would like your event listed here, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have your event added.
- Subsidies from the CUC are available to help (Canadian) youth and youth advisors with registration and travel costs associated with attending events of these kind.
***unless noted otherwise, all events listed are for Youth ages 14 – 20
If you have questions or concerns about youth guidelines, age ranges or arrangements about youth events, please contact email@example.com.