Youth & Young Adults: Events and Programs

Youth & Young Adults: Events and Programs

Summer Conferences at Silver Lake          

Take a look at the plans for summer 2021.  Silver Lake will host three, two-week sessions for youth entering grades 5 and up and the theme is 'Creation Speaks.'  Silver Lake programs nurture inclusion, leadership development, environmental justice, and beloved community.  Visit the Silver Lake Conference website for more information and to register!

Confirmation Retreats

Register your group for a Facilitated Retreat in 2022. Five dates and three great locations to choose from:

Weekend Retreats-- Two nights with 4 meals, Friday at 7:30 PM to Sunday at 11:30 am. Program includes Team Building games and campfire on Saturday. Cost is $180 per person.

  • Weekend at Silver Lake in Sharon, CT on February 4-6.
  • Weekend at Silver Lake in Sharon, CT on March 24-26.

Overnight Retreats-- One night with 2 meals, Friday at 7:30 PM to Saturday at 4:30 PM. Cost is $145 per person.

  • Overnight at Prindle Pond in Charlton, MA on February 18-19.
  • Overnight at Craigville Retreat Center on Cape Cod on March 4-5.
  • Overnight at Craigville Retreat Center on Cape Cod on March 24-25.

Registration is now open.  Go to sneucc.org/events and select your preferred date. Space is limited to 65 attendees for each date.  Each group is required to bring chaperones for youth at a ratio of 1 adult to 8 youth.

 

Youth @ Synod 2021

Youth @ Synod from SNEUCC on Vimeo.


 

Millennials' Ministry 

SNEUCC Young adults (ages 19-29) meet each month.
Contact Katie Howe for information.

 

Dignity Project Fellowship          

Designed to train outstanding high school sophomores, juniors and seniors from Greater Boston to serve as interreligious and cross-cultural leaders with the capacity to engage the diversity of our city (and broader society) with thoughtfulness, skill, and care. This 5-month program is sponsored by the Miller Center for Interreligious Learning & Leadership of Hebrew College and the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation.
     The application deadline is July 1, 2021
     Fifteen to eighteen fellows will be selected for the 2021-2022 cohort.
     Download the Program overview

 

SNEUCC Youth Revival

In response to the restrictions of Covid-19, our 2020 Youth Revival went virtual.  A World Turned Upside Down was a creative response to restrictions on in-person gatherings. 

Click here to see the list of videos by SNEUCC youth and pastors.  Watch some or all of the short videos with  your youth group and use the discussion guide provided.

 

 

Thinking About Working For God

The primary aim of the TAWFG program is to notice, name, and nurture youth who have gifts for ministry. This program includes the "SHINE" retreat for high school students, leadership opportunities in the wider church, and paid apprenticeships in the local church.

 

Young Voices Project

Share your wisdom, your faith, and your creativity.  SNEUCC wants to hear your thoughts about discipleship -- whether in a blog, poem, or a song.  Send your entries to Debby Kirk.  Items  that are selected for publishing will receive a stipend.

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