Changes to UUA’s youth ministry programs explained

Youth ministry programs within Unitarian Universalism have undergone many changes in the past few years, with some parts disappearing and others being created. If you’d like to get up to date on how they are currently structured and how they can be useful to your congregation, or simply get an idea of what ministry to youth encompasses, there’s a new tool to help you do that.

All of the youth programs are presented as part of a “Prezi” called The Big Picture of Unitarian Universalist Youth Ministry. A Prezi is a single interactive screen of comprehensive information showing the various youth ministry elements and how they are related. A more traditional way of showing such information would be in a PowerPoint presentation with multiple slides. With a Prezi, users can click on the various parts for more information.

Check out The Big Picture of Unitarian Universalist Youth Ministry on the website of the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries. The information includes names of many books currently used in youth ministry. Most are available through the UUA Bookstore.

The Big Picture of Unitarian Universalist Youth Ministry is one of many items featured on Blue Boat, the blog of the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries.