GenOn Youth Summits

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Youth Summits

" 'This is church.' I had never thought of church as a feeling, only as a place. Hearing those three words helped me to realize that I find church not only while attending service or activities, but also in other people." --GenOn Youth Summit Participant

For more than 40 years, high school youth, young adults, and their leaders have been coming together as the GenOn Youth Summits. Some gather in Estes Park, Colorado and others gather in Wheeling, West Virginia. But all gather to live out Christ-centered relationships for a week. This is church.

Will you be with us this July? 

They are small gatherings – about 125 people at each. 

They are for youth having completed 8th grade and older, for young adults (college age), and for their adult leaders.

They are a blend of denominations – Lutherans, Presbyterians, Methodists, Baptists, Disciples, and more.

They are a time for service (one day has a mission focus), and a time for faith formation with daily Bible study, worship, and relationship-building over fun activities. 

“Summit is a place where you can reflect on yourself, your faith, and your path with a community of people that feel like family.”

2019 Early Bird rates (received by March 1) Adult or Youth: $450
2019 Regular rates (received by April 1) Adult or Youth: $475

SPECIAL! Churches attending Summit for the first time receive 1 FREE registration.

Register or learn more HERE. 

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  • I need info on the youth summit for 2019, but when I click on the register or learn more button I get the following message: 404 Page Not Found
    Please send me some materials, so that I may promote this event at my church.

    Judy Vidakovich on

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