Unitarian Universalism is inherently a covenantal faith, and while covenants change and evolve, they are far from finite. Our covenants are living documents- and embody the spirits of ancestors who have come before us and are made with intention for descendants who come after us, and beings around us, especially those who cannot always advocate for themselves. How can we keep, restore, and renew our covenants with one another in this time where our own interdependence is so profoundly noticeable?
Cameron Young is a native Texan and lifelong Unitarian Universalist. Having grown up in those programs, they developed a particular affinity for youth and young adult ministry. Prior to joining the UUA, Cameron served as a lifespan religious educator in Fort Worth, Texas for five years, having helped to implement their congregation’s first-ever Coming of Age, Spirit Play, and Young Adults programs. Cameron also served a two-year elected position as Young Adult Co-Facilitator at General Assembly. Cameron has a Bachelor of Music from Louisiana State University and is currently a seminarian at Fort Worth’s Brite Divinity School. A professional musician and classically trained singer, Cameron has performed in numerous operas, musicals, is a member and co-founder of DFW’s Uptown Carolers, a professional Christmas caroling company, and also recorded with Grammy award winner Leon Bridges on his debut album. In their spare time, Cameron is an avid traveler, die-hard fan of Dallas sports teams, and a devoted coffee drinker.