100 Services for Climate Justice - a Commit2Respond Challenge
The UU Young Adults for Climate Justice (UUYACJ) network has pledged to support and encourage young adults to share their stories and passions with congregations by delivering ONE HUNDRED services about climate justice, as a part of the Commit2Respond campaign.
No... not one hundred services for any single young adult. Of course not. Only through building strong connections - only through challenging and uplifting each other - will we be able to meet our goal. Hopefully we will inspire hundreds of other people in the process.
As Unitarian Universalists, we are called to respond to the climate crisis as a community fueled by love, compassion and determination. Coordinating one hundred services with or by UU young adults to lift up this call will be a challenge, but only in a small sense. The greater challenges lie in facing a future of social upheavel and climactic change --- we know this in our hearts. Join us in this process of deepening our community's inter-generational ties and understanding of what it means to seek climate justice.
Any UU young adult who is passionate about climate change and engaging in the challenge of creating a more socially just transition to a sustainable way of living is invited to please participate and connect with congregations near your home.
Check out our Campaign News page to see all the great things already happening!
Or check out our Campaign Resources page to see how to get started.
Congregations who would like to take part in the 100 Services for Climate Justice challenge, we ask that you email our network coordinator, Aly Tharp, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to make great things happen. You do not have to be a Unitarian Universalist congregation to participate.