2019 Montana Youth ConventionFrom 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm
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It’s time to begin preparing for Montana Youth Convention! MYC will be held October 17-19, at Central Assembly, Great Falls. MYC is designed to be an event where students experience God in an unforgettable way! Friendships that students made at camp are renewed while we come together as one movement. We are looking forward to an awesome time together.
October 17 – 19, 2019
Location: Central Assembly of God, Great Falls MT
|Thursday, October 17th|
|4:30 – 6:00pm||Registration|
|9:30pm||The After Party at the fairgrounds|
|Friday, October 18th|
|9:30am||Doors Open – Pre-Service|
|10:00am||Session 2 – Mission/STL Service|
|12:00pm||Break –Free Time|
|6:30pm||Doors Open – Pre-Service|
MYC Ends, most will head home Saturday.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is Montana Youth Convention?
A high-energy, Christ-focused gathering designed to create an environment where students experience God in an unforgettable way.
What does the convention cost cover?
The cost covers admission to all MYC gatherings, giveaways, and event activities. The MYC cost does not include lodging, food, or transportation expenses.
Montana Youth Convention is being held at Central Assembly, 2001 Central Ave, Great Falls, MT 59401. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to give us a call at the Network Office – 406-652-2417.
Pastors, chaperones, parents and students should all review these policies prior to attendance at the Convention.
• It is recommended that there be an adult chaperone for every seven students registered.
• Due to the size of our crowd, “saving seats” at the church is not allowed for any gathering or activity.
• Government Statement: No weapons, fireworks, tobacco products, alcohol, illegal drugs, or profanity will be
allowed at any time. We reserve the right of the convention staff/security to inspect the contents of any
suspicious personal belongings and to withhold and/or dispose of any improper or illegal contents. The
participation of the young person at the convention indicates their acknowledgment of this right.
• The Montana Ministry Network cannot be held responsible for the conduct, safety, etc., of your youth group. Be
aware of the whereabouts of your teens at all times. Your level of responsibility is an example to your teens.