Youth Social Justice Program 2011-2012
The Youth Social Justice Program creates opportunities for community service and social action, teaches about community organizations in Brooklyn, and deepens Unitarian Universalist identity. The program engages the congregation’s senior high (9th-12th grade) youth in partnering with community organizations to put their faith into action. The main components of the program are monthly service projects and group reflection on the connections between Unitarian Universalism and social justice.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Saturday Service Projects
(these are tentative dates and may change)
October 8 @ East New York Farms
December 10 @ the UU-United Nations Office Youth Conference at FUUB
April 14 @ Hands On New York Day
Details about time and location will be communicated to parents and youth over the course of the year.
NOTE: All youth must have a signed permission form from a parent/guardian in order to participate in the service projects.