The Gathering

The Gathering is our new NW Field NYI event. This new event is going to be filled with some incredibly fun events, as well as filled with opportunities for your students to go to workshops by college professors, teaching them how to improve on some of their God-given abilities.  Whether your student is interested in sports, music, engineering, art, science, or writing, there will be an unforgettable experience for them.  Be watching for posters and registration material to come soon.

When: May 26-28, 2017

Where: Northwest Nazarene University

Cost:

  • Early Registration by May 5 for students and adult leaders: $95 (Includes housing, meals and event expenses)
  • Regular Registration by May 19 for students and adult leaders: $120 (Includes housing, meals and event expenses)
  • No registrations accepted after May 19.
    • There will be NO REFUNDS, but transfers are allowed. Once a participant is registered online, the payment will be due to from the district.

Speaker and Worship Leaders

 
Speaker: Shawna Songer Gaines, University Chaplain at Trevecca Nazarene University
 
 
 
 
 
Worship Leader: Angela Monroe

Tentative Schedule

May 26:
Noon--Quiz Team Check-In
1:00p--Quiz Rounds Begin
7:00p--Registration
8:30p--The Gathering Kick-Off
 
May 27:
8:30a--Breakfast
9:30a--Worship Service
11:00a--Workshop Session 1
12:30p--Lunch
1:30p--Service Project
5:00p--Dinner
7:00p--Worship Service
8:30p--Evening Activities
 
May 28:
9:30a--Worship Service
11:30a--Brunch
12:30p--Afternoon Activities (Free Time for Youth Groups who want to do something on their own.)
3:00p--Workshop Session 2
4:30p--Workshop Session 3
6:00p--Dinner
7:00p--Closing Worship Service
8:00p--Evening Activities
 
May 29:
6:30-9:30a--Check Out

Because International

We will be working with Because International for a service project.  

Because International is a non-profit organization committed to practical compassion. We’d like to put children in the best possible position to succeed. We do this through new innovations, specifically by improving current tools and resources used in daily, regular life. Innovation can be as simple as an idea scratched on a napkin or as complex as computer designs and 3-D printing. Bottom line: Innovation can change lives.  That is what we try to do, change lives.

We try to make things better by making better things.