Our congregation is both historic and youthful. We are historic because our roots extend back to 1833 and youthful because the average age of our membership is one of the youngest in the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Young Adults (those between 18-35 years old) are a vital part of our congregation: they lead us in worship, they organize our justice work, they serve on all levels of congregational leadership, including our board. They are students and young professionals, singles and couples, with children and without. At Fourth Universalist, our young adults find fellowship with one another and also across generations, with our children, youth, and elders.

If you are a young person and looking for community and connection, we hope you’ll let us know or stop by. We have an active and thriving young adults group that meets regularly for events around the city and we would love to have you join.

We especially invite you to join on us the 4th Sunday of every month, when we meet following the service for lunch at a nearby restaurant, or the 2nd Sunday of every month, when we gather after church to talk, check-in and plan events. Beyond these scheduled gatherings, we meet regularly for potlucks, go on an annual winter retreat, plan and lead worship services for the congregation, engage in service projects in the community, participate in programs and classes like Young Adult Our Whole Lives and a Nature and Society Book Club (see the Adult Programming page for details) and host wine tasting fundraisers.

For more information or to get connected, reach out to our Senior Minister, Rev. Schuyler Vogel at revschuyler@4thu.org or join our Young Adult Facebook Group here.