Leadership Summit is coming March 20-21, 2020. We will be voting on our next year's leadership and doing all the annual business that we do every year at convention. This year we will also have a special speaker, Derek Taylor, Breakout Sessions for Pastors, Young Adult Leaders, Youth Pastors, Youth Workers and Student Leaders, dinner on Friday and Lunch together on Saturday. The cost for this event is $25 per participant.

(There is no cost for the convention portion of this event)
 

EVENT SCHEDULE:

 

Friday​

    Dinner - 6pm 

    Worship Service - 7pm

    NYI Convention Voting- 8:30pm (after the service) 

    GAMES & SNACKS 9pm-10pm 

Saturday 

    Breakfast- 8am

    Worship- 8:30am

    Main Session 1- 9am

    Breakouts 1- 10:15am 

    Main Session 2- 11:30:am 

    Lunch- 12:30pm 

    Breakout 2- 1:30pm 

    Main Session- 2:30pm

WHO IS INVITED 

Everyone is invited but only local NYI Delegates can vote. Each church may select delegates at their local NYI annual meeting. Guildlines for the number of delegates are below. We are suggesting that churches bring their entire youth group to the event even those who are not selected as NYI Delegates. 

NYI CONVENTION GUILDLINES 

 

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District NYI Convention

  1. The annual District NYI Convention provides for inspirational sessions and programs to advance youth ministry across the district. Reports are received, leadership is elected, and any legislative business pertaining to the work of NYI is transacted at the Convention. Delegates to the Global NYI Convention are also elected consistent with the NYI Global Ministry Plan.

  2. The District NYI Council arranges for and oversees the District NYI Convention, in cooperation with the district superintendent. The Convention convenes at a time and place designated by the District NYI Council, with the approval of the district superintendent and within ninety days of the District Assembly.

  3. The District NYI Convention is composed of the members of the District NYI Council, the district superintendent, local pastors, other assigned ordained ministers of the district who participate in NYI ministry, and local NYI delegates.

  4. All local NYI delegates to the District NYI Convention must be members of the Church of the Nazarene that they represent.

  5. The number of local NYI delegates for each church is determined by the membership figures on the most recent local Pastor’s Report prior to the District Assembly. District NYI leadership encourages local churches to make suitable arrangements for the expenses of delegates attending the District NYI Convention.

  6. The local NYI delegation to the District NYI Convention for churches with 30 or fewer NYI members consists of:

    1. The pastor and youth pastor or any full‑time paid pastoral staff who participate in NYI ministry;

    2. The newly-elected local NYI president;

    3. Up to four elected delegates, with at least half being within the district-established NYI ministry focus.

    4. Local churches may add an additional delegate for each successive 30 local NYI members and/or final major part of those 30 members (i.e., 16–29 members). At least half of any additional delegates must be also within the district-established NYI ministry focus.

  7. The pastor of any local church or director of an approved Nazarene Compassionate Ministries Center not having an organized NYI may appoint one delegate.

Number of membersNumber delegates*

05–45        4

46–75.        5

76–105.       6

106–135.      7

136–165.      8

166–195.      9

196–225.     10

226–255.     11

* Number of elected delegates from a local NYI does not include ex officio delegates (NYI president, pastor, youth pastor, District NYI Council members from a local church, etc.).

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