A teenager explains her UU faith:
“We have members who identify as Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Pagan, Atheist, and more. As I got to know the people in my congregation and learned that I, too, was accepted, I have found my place among UUs. I have grown to love my church. It has become a place of refuge for me, a place where I can escape the stress of boarding school, relax and be present, for once not rushing from one place to the next.”
Whatever your spiritual background is, come and be a part of a spiritual community while learning about and participating in justice work THIS summer!