Join us as we gather in multiple cities across the country to build relationships, create healthy culture, and share our stories and experiences. At AYC we will grow together through practical exercises, be inspired by engaging speakers, and rely on the Holy Spirit as we look toward the future of youth ministry. Whether you’re an Alpha Youth veteran or have never heard of Alpha Youth, this youth leader event is for you (and your team).
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$40, which gains you entry to the event, plus lunch.
Each city will be a little different. We try to gather enough youth workers so that new relationships can be formed, but not so many that we lose the closeknit vibe.
Yes! We love when groups attend together.
Maybe one day. We’ve got the tech wizards on it to take care of this in the future, but for now, one transaction per city is the way to go.
Youth leaders of all kinds are welcomed at the Alpha YTH Collective. This includes church staff, volunteers, small group leaders, nonprofit workers, parachurch ministry workers, the grandparent who’s interested in serving this generation at your church, and everyone in between.
Each city will host the Alpha YTH Collective from 10 am – 2 pm local time, the day of the event. All cities will offer an additional social events/gatherings at local restaurants, Top Golf, etc following the event from 2 – 4 pm. Details about this will be provided to all registrants by Alpha Youth Staff closer to the date of each event.
As long as you’re canceling more than 72 hours before the start of your registered event, we’ll get you taken care of. Just contact our youth team and we’ll process your refund. Cancellations within 72 hours of your registered event are not eligible for refund due to food purchases that must be placed ahead of time to local restaurants and caterers.
Speakers: John Wentz, Executive Director, Alpha USA, and Josh Williams, Associate National Director of Evangelism and Justice, Vineyard USA
This election year is ramping up to be as polarized as ever. Equip yourself and your teams to navigate the choppy waters of faith and politics during an election cycle. We have a massive opportunity to bring the goodness of God into these conversations or to leave people feeling alienated. Learn five top tips to help your conversations be filled with grace and truth and leave people feeling heard and honored.
Speaker: Josh Williams, Associate National Director of Evangelism and Justice, Vineyard USA
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