Form an interfaith group to develop your own faith identity when there is a drought of Unitarian Universalists on your campus. Or, grow and thrive your campus ministry group through interfaith engagement.
Are you the only Unitarian Universalist (UU) on campus? Being part of a community with other people of faith is probably the most important thing you can do to develop your UU identity. Your first step is to find the answer to this simple question:
Is there an active interfaith student group on your campus?
We also recommend you refer to the helpful hints on our Campus Ministry for One page for more information on how to develop your UU identity.
Involvement in an interfaith organization is often the key to discovering successful programming techniques on your campus and meeting ally groups for event planning.
The interfaith organization on your campus might be a council of student representatives or a group of campus ministers who gather regularly. It could be an organizing body for social justice projects and holiday events or a gathering of chaplains who determine campus-wide programming.
Here are some questions to ask yourself as your group seeks to engage with your campus' interfaith organization, beginning with:
Does such an organization exist?
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Last updated on Wednesday, April 18, 2012.
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