Northern California Unitarian Universalist Camps and Conferences
Community Led Nonprofit Supporting UU Camps & Conferences Throughout the Year
Who are we?
Northern California Unitarian Universalist Camps and Conferences (NCUUCC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization providing camps and conferences to Northern California, Northern Nevada, and Southern Oregon UU communities. We are a member of the Council of Unitarian Universalist Camps and Conferences, an affiliate of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Our organization is 100% volunteer led and community ran. We host three annual multigenerational family camps. We also support other organizations and programs in the Pacific Western Region.
The NCUUCC Board of Directors are the fiscal and legal agent of our camps, conferences, peer-groups, and the youth-ran organization Young Religious Unitarian Universalists of the Pacific (YRUUP). Our four annual board meetings are open to our community to attend.
Our Annual Camps
July 7 – July 20, 2024
For over 50 years, our community has been hosting Family Camp for two weeks every July in the Mendocino Woodlands! Our biggest camp of the season offers all day programing for youth and adults. Come for one week or enjoy two.
August 30 – September 2, 2024
Join us for an extended holiday weekend! Labor Day Camp is always the first weekend of September in the Mendocino Woodlands.
November 28 – December 1, 2024
Be with chosen family this Thanksgiving and join us for your holiday in beautiful Pinecrest at Camp Sylvester. Can`t miss dinner with the in-laws first? Not to fret. Feast day is Friday!
Young Religious Unitarian Universalists of the Pacific (YRUUP)
YRUUP is a longstanding, youth-run organization dedicated to providing fun, safe, and spiritual programs for youth in the Pacific Western Region. YRUUP serves youth and transitional young adults ages 14-20 with four weekend conferences and WUUKY, a one week long summer camp in the Mendocino Woodlands. Their events help youth develop skills in leadership, community building, event coordination, and public speaking while accepting them into a loving community of their peers. Read more about YRUUP on their website.
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