PRAIRIE STAR DISTRICT ARCHIVES
Because Prairie Star District has become part of MidAmerica Region, this page has been archived as of July 15, 2013, for reference purposes. It will not be updated in the future, and some links may no longer work properly. For more up-to-date information, please visit the Mid America UUA site. Thank you!
Prairie Star District Youth - Your source for youth programming information, at least as much information as we are given
|WELCOME Youth and those who care about youth!
The Prairie Star District Youth (PSY) organization was a member of the Young Religious Unitarian Universalists (YRUU). Youth from over 60 Unitarian Universalist congregations in the north central U.S.
Our purpose was to foster spiritual depth and create sacred community through teaching of and living by our Unitarian Universalist principles.
We strove to promote a greater understanding of Unitarian Universalism by nurturing the freedom and integrity of the questioning mind and embracing diversity.
We recognized the value of communication and created networks that enhance open dialogs.
A voice for the future.
We exist to rock.
Why do you participate in UU Youth activites?
You can be what you are and how you want to be, and you are not judged.
I’ve found a community where people feel safe, no matter what they say or do.
Everyone is cool. It’s fun!
I need a place with liberal thinkers and people of different opinions.
We talk about important issues that no one wants to talk about at school.
I like that at YRUU it is understood that you can trust each other.
Not everyone has to think the same.
YRUU groups are inclusive, caring and safe places where gay, lesbian, transgender, and bisexual youth feel welcomed and affirmed.
We commit to work for justice in ways that are inclusive, anti-oppressive, anti-racist, and multicultural.