This weekend, several brave board members and community leadership trekked up to Mendocino to organize and clean our storage unit. We built shelves, cleaned up spills, and threw out the trash! Here are some pictures of the action!
Share your voice with us! NCUUCC holds board meetings four times a year, and we have one coming up. We welcome your opinions and appreciate your experiences! If you are considering joining the board, our annual elections meeting is in November, so this is a good chance for you to meet with us and see what it’s like.
The meeting will be held on August 19th at 10:30AM at the house of Tim Matthiessen. Please RSVP for the address!
Dear NCUUCC Community,
Please note our Board will meet Sunday, January 24th, 2016 at 2 p.m. in San Mateo. For site address, RSVP to Amanda Payne (email@example.com). We would love to see some fresh faces and hear some caring voices. So, if you’re interested, please join us!
Here are some hard-working folks at our Annual Elections Meeting Potluck on Nov 14th, 2015!
Northern California Unitarian Universalist Camps and Conferences (NCUUCC) is proud to welcome Young Religious Unitarian Universalists- Pacific (YRUUP) into our nonprofit organization. We are excited to bring our communities together.
NCUUCC is a member of the Council of Unitarian Universalist Camps and Conferences, an affiliate of the Unitarian Universalist Association. We are an all-volunteer organization that oversees camps & conferences offered in Northern California & Nevada throughout the year.
YRUUP (formerly PCD YRUU) is an independent youth-led and adult-advised organization that provides several weekend-long conferences and a week-long camp throughout the year. These conferences are focused on providing a time and place for enriching spiritual experiences for people ages 14-20 in a respectful, open-minded, and safe environment.
We, NCUUCC, are honored to support YRUUP and their vision for youth and young adult empowerment. At all of our camps and conferences, our mission is to:
- enhance the growth of each individual, our religious societies, and our presence in the larger community;
- nurture the individual spiritually, intellectually, and creatively;
- provide positive interaction among people of all ages;
- provide experiences that reflect Unitarian Universalist values;
- encourage personal and collective responsibility regarding social and environmental issues;
- create environments that are genuinely caring and joyful;
- celebrate life.
Both organizations work from well-established bylaws, policies and procedures, and safe-camp policies to ensure an enriching and safe experience for all. We look forward to growing our collaborative partnership and look forward to creating quality programming for people of all ages together. For more information about YRUUP, please visit www.yruup.org.