100 Services for Climate Justice

100 Young Adult-Led Worship Services for Climate Justice

Aly Tharp preaching at Westside UU in Ft. Worth, TX in October 2016

In late 2014, UU Young Adults for Climate Justice made a commitment to support one hundred Unitarian Universalist services about climate justice, led by young adults. We know that younger generations will be more impacted by climate change than older generations, so young adult leadership on climate justice is crucial.

We are now more than halfway to our goal! Check out our map of successful services.

Join the campaign!

Bring a UUYACJ leader to your congregation: fill out our interest form. Honor the energy and leadership of young adult activists and join us in a process of deepening our community’s intergenerational ties and understanding of what it means to seek climate justice.

Lead a service as a young adult: express your interest here. Any UU young adult passionate about climate justice is invited to participate and connect with congregations near you. We want to support your success, and we have resources available to assist you. A climate justice service can take any form; it doesn’t have to be a traditional sermon from the pulpit. Services can include workshops, discussion, meditation, performances, poetry readings, and more.