FAQs

What is Nazarene Youth Conference 2011—A World Unbroken?

NYC (Nazarene Youth Conference) is an exciting and life-changing event for high school students and it only happens once every four years!  The experience is jam packed with dynamic speakers, worship with thousands of other high school students and sponsors from the USA and Canada, informative breakout sessions with leaders in the church, service projects in the community, high energy concerts from some leading artists in Christian music, and so much more.

At this conference we will explore how to experience the transformational power of God, understand the brokenness in the world, discover effective ways to respond to this brokenness, and engage in the work of God to bring hope and healing.  Come join us as we envision A World Unbroken!

When and where is NYC?

The event will take place in Louisville, Kentucky at the International Convention Center (KICC) and Downtown Arena.  The actual conference dates are July 5-10, 2011.  However, the district you travel with may have additional activities planned for your specific group before or after the conference.

Adult Event Volunteers:

Just in case the idea of a free one-of-a-kind t-shirt doesn’t light a fire inside of you, how about a chance to be a part of THE team that makes happen the 2nd largest event sponsored by the Church of the Nazarene?  You will not only have the opportunity to use your gifts and interests to make NYC a reality; you will also be investing in the lives of thousands of teenagers as they explore what it takes to create A World Unbroken.

We have a place just for you! Click here for DAILY Volunteer Information.

To apply to an official NYC 2011 Volunteer, please review and complete our application and medical and liability release forms which can be found by clicking here. There is a minimum age requirement of 21 and all volunteers must undergo a background check, provide a pastoral reference, and be approved by the NYC office.

If you are interested, please email us at events@nazarene.org.

What if my family is from the USA/Canada but is currently living in another world area?

“Missionary Kids” (MK’s) and those youth living outside the USA/Canada have two choices in registering for NYC 2011:
• Travel and stay with their home district in the USA/Canada.
• Travel and stay with the MK district.  Scott and Emily Armstrong, missionaries to the Mexico and Central America region, will serve as sponsors and take care of registration for all students who would like to be a part of this district.  Their email address is:  earmstrong@mac.nazarene.org.
 

How do I get there and where will I stay?

Your district leadership will decide how your district will travel to Louisville (planes, trains, busses, all of the above, etc.) and where you will stay.  You will be staying in a hotel located close to the convention center.  Your district will be in communication with you on plans and costs.

Who are the speakers and musicians?

Wednesday Evening – Chris Folmsbee on Create
Thursday Morning – Reggie Dabbs on Broken
Thursday Evening - Francis Chan on Promise
Friday Morning – Brooklyn Lindsey on Presence
Friday Evening – Stuart Williams on Satisfied
Saturday Evening – Mark Matlock on Mission
Sunday Morning – David Graves on Restored

Starfield will be leading worship throughout the week.
A TobyMac concert will be held on Wednesday Night.
David Crowder*Band will perform on Saturday Night.

What is the communication strategy for NYC?

District NYC Coordinators are the main contact for students and parents with questions about registration, housing, costs, and traveling logistics. To contact your district coordinator, please click here.

On the NYC website, students, adult district sponsors, event volunteers, parents and pastors will be able to find out information regarding what to expect at NYC 2011.  Facebook and Twitter are also other ways to stay up-to-date as the event grows closer.