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Fellowship and Faith
By and For People Ages 18 to 30s.

Program Coordinator: Joe Chapot
Email: youngadults@uusf.org

Phone: (415) 590-7836



Weekly Newsletter for Young Adults




Wednesday, November 2
6:30pm -  Onsite and Online

Attend Online

We are partnering with the UU Young Adult Revival Network for an hyrbid worship! Join us in-person in San Francisco for a different kind of UU spiritual experience. You are also welcome to attend online. For November we will be honoring those who passed away.


Friday, November 4 + 18

6:00 - 8:00pm

People of all ages are invited to the UUSF Game Night, hosted by your beloved 20s & 30s Community. We have classic and modern games for groups of all sizes. Bring your own games to share! You are also welcome to bring dinner or order deliver. We welcome children and youth that are accompanied by a parent or guardian. Game nights happen on the 1st and 3rd Fridays every month.


A Online Workshop Series

Wednesday, November 9

6:00pm PT

$5 Suggested Donation, No One Turned Away

Register to Attend

Remember taking classes in school about how to be an adult? Of course you don’t, such a thing doesn’t exist. Let's fix that; Young adults ages 18 to 39 are invited to attend a new workshop series: “How to Young Adult.” In this program we will explore, discover, and learn how to be an adult. Topics include: how to keep a home clean; managing money; dealing with existential dread; feeding yourself, and much more! So come hungry, come ready to learn all about being an adult. Note: there are two sessions to accommodate all the time zones, the class will be the same for both sessions.


Sunday, November 13

12:30 @ UUSF

Folx ages 18 to 30s are invited to our monthly young adult lunch outing! We will meet up after Sunday worship service, pick a place to eat, and then walk over there. So come, enjoy the morning spirit, and then join Maddy, Joe, old and new friends for a meal. This is a great opportunity to meet people in our community, whether you are brand new to UUism or a life-long member. We recommend bringing small bills or be prepared to use a money transfer service of your choice.

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To grow an inclusive, diverse, and joyful young adult community
that fosters faith, fellowship, and fun!


Young adulthood has a very defined start, but a nebulous ending. We use this loose age range, 18 to 30s, so that people can make their own decisions about identifying as a young adult.


The 20s and 30s Community is the young adult body at UUSF. Like all faith communities UUSF skews older. To transform this fact, UUSF funds a Young Adult Coordinator to grow and develop this part of our community. We put on programs so people can connect with their peers and get their spiritual needs met. We also support young adults throughout the congregation; we show up everywhere, from the choir to the board! Check out our webpage, newsletter, and Facebook group for the latest details.


We know newcomers are looking for community, and the way community is found is through participation and patience. The place to start is by connecting with us online. We invite you to sign up for any of the following;



UUSF is proud to host YARN, a global effort to rebuild the UU young adult network. YARN puts on numerous programs and ministries that you can take advantage of today. Learn more on their website.