Year End Pricing for NYWC 2020 Starts Monday 12/16 at 12:01AM!
Youth Workers, It’s Time.
If it’s your first time to our ANNUAL GATHERING of youth workers, or you are returning once again to the annual pilgrimage of community, encouragement, laughter, and training — you are welcome here together with us.
Every year for the past 5 decades or so, youth workers have gathered under one roof for training, resources, spiritual refreshment, and community. Since before most of us were born, there have been youth workers laughing and learning, exchanging knowing glances, and learning from one another as one big happy family.
Join your fellow youth workers from across the country and around the world in Columbus, OH for NYWC 2020!
Did you miss out on pre-registration prices for NYWC 2020 a few weeks ago? Do you have some money left over in your 2019 budget? If you answered yes to either, you may want to join the thousands of other youth workers that have already registered for the National Youth Workers Convention 2020 on November 19 – 22 in Columbus, OH!
We are praying, dreaming, and planning for NYWC 2020 in Columbus, OH. This will be the last time to purchase tickets before NYWC registration officially launches in March 2020!
Want to know what other youth workers said about NYWC?
“I keep describing NYWC as the best family reunion imaginable. You interact with people nationally and then get to see them for 3-4 days. We’ve got a fantastic fraternity in the American church. NYWC is the chance to see it lived out”
“Coming alone I was so worried and anxious that I was not gonna find anyone to connect with, but I did. I now have resources and connections to other women and men in youth ministry. Please let everyone at YS know the impact they are having on my life and the ministry God’s doing through me.”
“You know it’s a good conference when everyone is too busy to spend time with everyone you’d like to see. You all created a celebration that just knocked it out of the park. My list of praises could go on and on; from my vantage point, it was top notch and I am once again uber grateful to have been a small part of it all.”
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