National Youth Conference 2022 theme, dates, and cost are announced

National Youth Conference (NYC) 2022 will focus on Colossians 2:5-7 and the theme “Foundational.” The event will be held July 23-28, 2022. The registration fee, which includes food, lodging, and programing, will be $550. Youth who have completed ninth grade through one year of college at the time of NYC (or are age equivalent) and their adult advisors will gather at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo. Online registration will open in early 2022 on www.brethren.org.

Youth and young adult calendar lists upcoming events to be offered online

A calendar of online events for youth and young adults has been announced by the Church of the Brethren’s Youth and Young Adult ministry. The events were shared in a letter from director Becky Ullom Naugle to youth advisors and pastors (https://mailchi.mp/brethren.org/youth-young-adult-ministry-2021). Information also is being shared via Facebook at www.facebook.com/BrethrenYYA.

Coordinator is named for National Youth Conference 2022

Erika Clary will be the coordinator of National Youth Conference (NYC) 2022. Clary, who recently completed degrees at Bridgewater (Va.) College, is originally from Brownsville Church of the Brethren in Knoxville, Md. She majored in mathematics and minored in American Studies.

NYC 2014 Logo and Registration Opening Date Are Announced

A new logo for National Youth Conference (NYC) 2014, the once every four years Church of the Brethren conference for youth who have completed grade 9 through the first year of college, has been released by the Youth and Young Adult Ministry office. The logo designed by Debbie Noffsinger illustrates the NYC theme from Ephesians 4:1-7, “Called by Christ, Blessed for the Journey Together.” Also announced is the opening date of online registration for NYC: Jan. 3, 2013,

Brethren Ideal of Radical Discipleship Is What the World Needs, Replogle Tells Youth

2010 National Youth Conference of the Church of the Brethren Fort Collins, Colo. — July 17-22, 2010   Thursday morning preacher Shawn Flory Replogle meditated on what the Church of the Brethren has to offer, that is deeply desired by the world of the 21st century–and on how joy emerges from struggle and suffering. Replogle recently completed his

Newsline for July 23, 2010

July 23, 2010  “We have this treasure in clay jars, so that it may be made clear that this extraordinary power belongs to God and does not come from us” (2 Corinthians 4:7). 1) National Youth Conference brings some 3,000 Brethren to the mountaintop with the theme, ‘More than Meets the Eye.’ 2) Becky Ullom

An Introduction to the NYC Theme Song, ‘More Than Meets the Eye’

2010 National Youth Conference of the Church of the Brethren Fort Collins, Colo. — July 23, 2010   The NYC Band performed the theme song during every worship service at the National Youth Conference. Photo by Glenn Riegel The following introduction to the theme song for National Youth Conference, “More than Meets the Eye,” was written by theme

A Wide Variety of NYC Workshops Provide Education as Well as Fun Activities

2010 National Youth Conference of the Church of the Brethren Fort Collins, Colo. — July 22, 2010   For NYCers not out hiking or on service projects, early afternoon workshops were offered to meet all sorts of interests. On Wednesday, 31 workshops for youth and 5 for adult advisors were scheduled, for example. Hands-on creative arts were very

Today at NYC – “Manifesting Joy”

2010 National Youth Conference of the Church of the Brethren Fort Collins, Colo. — July 17-22, 2010 This morning the buses and the airport shuttles began lining up in the Moby parking lot at Colorado State University to disperse NYCers to their homes around the country and around the world…. But first the youth heard 2010 Annual Conference moderator Shawn