Registration is now open for the 2019 UB Youth Workers Summit.
Dates: April 29 – May 3 (Monday – Friday)
Location: Daytona Beach, Fla.
Attendees will stay at the Best Western Aku Tiki Inn (2222 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Shores, FL 32118).
This is an annual event of encouragement and training for persons in youth ministry. It is available for the lead youth ministry workers (fulltime, part-time, or volunteer) in every United Brethren church. About 25 persons usually attend.
The Summit is a great time of networking with other youth leaders and being encouraged by others who are in the trenches of youth ministry. Enjoy the beach, golf course, and incredibly beautiful weather, along with the chance to slow down and step away from the constant demands of youth ministry.
- $30 remote attendee (you have your own lodging)
- $150 per person (will share room with another attendee)
- $300 per couple staying in the same room
- $380 per person with private room
What is Included
- Hotel stay for 4 nights.
- Daily hot breakfast buffet.
- 4 hosted dinners
- and seminars with guest speaker Jeremy Penn.
What isn’t Included
Anything else, such as travel, spending money, excursions, lunches.
If you hold a UB ministerial license, by attending this summit, you will earn 20 contact hours, which satisfies your annual requirement.
Jeremy Penn was a youth pastor for 10 years in churches ranging from 150 – 10,000 people. He is now the founder and pastor of The Crowded House Network. The Crowded House is a network of missional house churches that serves dechurched and unchurched communities. Prior to this, Jeremy served as a youth and young adult minister at Northland, A Church Distributed in Longwood, Fla. He earned an MA in Theological Studies from Talbot School of Theology, and is currently enrolled in a doctoral program at Fuller Theological Seminary that focuses on The Church and Post-Christendom. Jeremy and his wife, Crystal, have two children.
Register now at UBTeens.org