CanUUdle XIX

Friday, May 17, 5:00 p.m. – Monday, May 20, 12:00 p.m. MST
Hosted by the Calgary Unitarians – 1703 First Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2M 4P4

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.

The theme for CanUUdle XIX is Roots and Wings! We will be diving into our identities as Unitarian Universalists, asking, “what grounds us in our faith, and in ourselves?” And, “how do we share what we’re proud of with our communities?” We’ll explore our roots through workshops on UU history and theology, and we’ll stretch our wings with new skills in worship and personal spiritual practices.

The young adults of Chorus will join CanUUdlers for some shared activities on Sunday. Bridging youth will have the chance to get to know those in the young adult community better during the Bridging Dinner, and will have the opportunity to cross the bridge and be welcomed by them in the ceremony following.

CanUUdle is planned and run by an amazing team of youth and adults. These are your CanUUdle Staff for 2019:

Co-Deans: Alex Trefzger and Robin Scott
Worship Coordinators: Maisy Elspeth and Kari Gottfried
Activities Coordinators: Maya James and Eric James
Touch Group Coordinator: Linnea Granberg
Community Captain: Juliana Roe
Publicity Coordinator/Memory Keeper: Sian Kilpatrick
Youth Chaplain: Fiona Butler
Adult Chaplain: Ariel Hunt-Brondwin
Advisors’ Advisor: James Garland

Cost: Sliding scale $80-$140

New this year: access a registration subsidy directly on the form! 
This event has a sliding scale fee, which means that you can choose the fee that best reflects your financial capacity. For guidance in determining where to pay on the scale, visit this page.
If you need further assistance with the registration cost for this event, you may apply an additional discount directly on the form. This discount will be automatically applied to your registration cost, and you will be asked to pay the remaining amount. These registration subsidies are made possible by the Dawning Future Subsidy Fund, which is funded by event registrations and donations.
For help with travel costs to attend this event, please fill out the Dawning Future YaYA Subsidy Fund Application Form. Applications are reviewed at the start of each month, and must be received at least 3 weeks before the event.


RSVP to the Facebook event to get updates!

Follow the CanUUdle Instagram page (@canuudle) to meet the staff team and hear about new CanUUdle developments!

Read more about what goes on at CanUUdle on the CanUUdle page.

Who to Contact About CanUUdle:

Heather MacLean-Smith is our CanUUdle Coordinator, a contract staff position that supports CanUUdle planning and logistics. Contact Heather about anything related to the CanUUdle program and logistics.

Casey Stainsby is the CUC Youth and Young Adult Ministry staff who supports youth and young adult programs and events. Contact Casey with questions about the registration process, forms, age range, rules and policies.

Registration will be open from February 15 – April 30, 2019.

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