The 2022 National Youth Conference (NYC) ended with closing worship on the morning of Thursday, July 28. Here are some glimpses of the day
National Youth Conference 2022
Glimpses of the closing day of National Youth Conference 2022
Today at NYC – July 27, 2022
Glimpses of the day at NYC
Today at NYC – July 26, 2022
Glimpses of National Youth Conference 2022
Brethren history in three minutes (more or less)
Write that down, that’s the date–
There’s a guy called Alex Mack;
Said the church is out of whack.
So this group, they made a vow,
In the town of Schwarzenau.
It’s not going like God planned,
So we have to take a stand….
Today at NYC – July 25, 2022
Glimpses of the day, Monday, July 25 at National Youth Conference 2022.
Today at NYC – July 24, 2022
Glimpses of National Youth Conference 2022 on the first two days of the event, July 23 and 24.
Bring rocks to National Youth Conference!
For our opening worship at NYC, we’d like each attending congregation to bring a rock or stone. The rock can be any size, as long as it can travel with the group on their method of transportation to Colorado and can be carried to the front of Moby Arena during worship.
National Youth Conference consecration to take place at Annual Conference
A consecration for National Youth Conference (NYC) participants will be held during the July 11 evening worship service at the Church of the Brethren Annual Conference in Omaha, Neb.
Consider contributing to the National Youth Conference offering of school kits
This year, the National Youth Conference (NYC) 2022 Office has partnered with Brethren Disaster Ministries and the Brethren Disaster Relief Auction in Pennsylvania to collect certain school supplies to assemble Church World Service (CWS) school kits. The auction already has contributed $20,000 to this project.
Brethren Disaster Ministries directs latest EDF grants to Ukraine relief, NYC service project
Brethren Disaster Ministries is directing the latest grants from the Church of the Brethren’s Emergency Disaster Fund (EDF) to a relief response to the Russia-Ukraine war, and to support a National Youth Conference (NYC) service project making School Kits.