Held every three years, the LCMS Youth Gathering provides youth and adults the opportunity to come together as a community of God’s people to: Be affirmed in their lives as…
“Teens Reaching Teens in the Digital Age” — Lutheran Youth Fellowship’s annual leadership development training — is scheduled for March 17-20, 2016, in St. Louis, Mo., at the Pallotine Retreat Center.
Support LCMS youth as they pack 500,000 meals for the hungry during the 2016 LCMS Youth Gathering.
National Lutheran Youth Workers Conference (NATIONAL) brings together youth workers from across the country to be encouraged in their vocation and further equipped in their service to the Church. Participants dialogue about practical skills and relevant theory for effective youth ministry while networking with other volunteer and professional youth leaders.
The Council of Lutheran Youth Fellowship Representatives (CLYFR) is the annual leadership development training for Lutheran youth representing their LCMS Districts and/or congregation. Youth participants are empowered as leaders of the Church and return to their districts and congregations ready to facilitate leadership training events for their peers.
In The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, August has been designated as Lutheran schools and Youth Ministry month. Congregations are encouraged to designate one Sunday in the month as School Ministry and Youth Ministry Sunday.
Explore the trends of today’s young adults and the implications they have on the Church. How do cultural shifts affect the core family and its role in developing the faith and values of young people?