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NTX UUnity Rally 2017

Youth Rally
March 17th -19th, 2017

Download and share the event flyer:

When?

March 17th - 19th, 2017

Time?

Check-in starts at 9pm Friday, Opening Circle midnight, Rally ends 8:30am on Sunday.

Where?

Community Unitarian Universalist Church of Plano, Plano, TX

How Much?

$40

Why?

Fun, fellowship, friendship, social action, guest speaker, workshops, and did we say FUN!?!?!!!

How to register?

Click the button for Step-by-Step instructions and the online registration system to create the forms you'll need to print out, sign and send in to complete the process.

Questions?

Contact rally co-dean Chloe Finn: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

So - if you've been to a youth rally before, you know the score. Get your registration in early. There are only 100 spots open and when they're gone, they're gone. You know you want to be there, so why wait to register?

If you've never been to a youth rally (or if your parents are reading this to see what it's all about),
here's what it's all about.

What is it?

A youth rally is an awesome gathering hosted at a church somewhere in the Southwest Conference, where about 100 UU youth will gather to talk and laugh, experience youth-led worship, choose from way awesome workshops, play games that only get played at rallies, work together on cool social action projects, and build friendships that stand the test of time and distance.

What do you do?

It starts on Friday night with check-in and games. There are times when you're in a large group - like opening circle at midnight Friday - and times when you're in small groups (called family groups or touch groups, this is where you get to know half a dozen people at a time). On Saturday you'll choose from 6-8 youth-led workshops, pick a social action project (one of this year's projects is painting a mural!), hear about a social justice issue, have some free time, have a dance and a coffeehouse and a youth worship service. And Sunday morning by 8:30 you'll leave wanting to do it again ... and again ... and again. Youth rallies are often called "one of the best things about being a UU youth!"

Who's in charge?

The event is planned and led by experienced youth leaders with adult guidance. Every youth must come with a youth advisor, usually an adult from his/her church. We follow the Big Four rules at rallies: R-E-S-P-E-C-T, no illegal drugs or alcohol, no sexual activity, and no weapons or violence in words or actions.

Questions?

Contact rally co-dean Chloe Finn at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.