Youth Ministry

Conferences

Steubenville of the Rockies

Steubenville of the Rockies is a dynamic conference for high school youth which is 19 years strong in Denver. The charisms of this conference include evangelical preaching, inspired witnessing, and anointed worship – all aimed at awakening the gift of faith in Jesus Christ. At the heart of the conference weekend are the Sacraments, through which youth can experience the Father’s loving mercy, forgiveness, and healing compassion. This conference sells out every year with over 2400 in attendance.
For more information: http://archden.org/steubenville

Mountain Madness

Every year, 1000+ Junior High youth (6th– 8th grade) gather at the YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park to encounter God through a “mountain-top” experience. Each year we bring in a speaker/entertainer to host the weekend. The high energy speakers, dynamic worship, fellowship and Adoration help ignite a passion for Jesus and encourages them to live their faith in everyday life.
Click here for more information on Mountain Madness.

NCYC

The National Catholic Youth Conference is an exciting, biennial three-day experience of prayer, community, and empowerment for Catholic teenagers and their adult chaperones. The schedule includes keynote addresses, concurrent and workshop sessions addressing a wide variety of topics. There are also opportunities for liturgy, reconciliation, prayer and worship, recreation and special activities such as concerts, exhibits, and the interactive thematic park.
www.nfcym.org

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World Youth Day -Krakow 2016

From the Opening ceremonies, to the Papal address, to the stations of the cross, to the walking pilgrimage, to the closing ceremony, Saint John Paul II’s spirit is sure to be alive at World Youth Day, Krakow Poland 2016. Millions of youth will travel from all over the world to walk in the land that Saint John Paul II loved so dearly. WYD is one of the best opportunities we have to experience the Universal Church.
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