With over 2,500 tickets sold on opening day, KYCK 23 is set to be a record-breaking event for youth groups across the country.
Hosted by Katoomba Christian Convention, KYCK is a conference that challenges and equips high schoolers to boldly live the Christian life. Each year, close to 6,000 delegatesgather at StayKCC in the Blue Mountains to hear and respond to God’s word.
At KYCK 23, youth will be invited to “Meet Jesus” by exploring Mark’s Gospel through powerful preaching, inspiring testimonies, worship in song and fun activities designed specifically for teenagers. Whether youth are already Christian or still exploring the faith, there will be ample opportunities to deepen their understanding of who Jesus is and respond to the call to follow him.
In a time where following Jesus can be lonely or faced with hostility, attending KYCK encourages youth to see the relevance of the gospel and how God is at work across youth groups in Australia.
“Whether your youth are sceptical to the faith or have been following Jesus for a long time, KYCK is a place that says, ‘come on in’. It’s both accessible and challenging, and the encouragement from being with other brothers and sisters is unreal.”
- Amanda Bailey, South Wagga Anglican Church, KYCK 22 Delegate
KYCK is a truly unique opportunity for our youth to be encouraged by rich fellowship with many other young Christians.”
- Jesse Morrison, St Peter’s Nightcliff, Darwin, KYCK 22 Delegate
“Within our school’s group alone, we had so many people decide to commit or recommit their lives to Jesus on Saturday night, which was an incredible experience that many of us will cherish for the rest of our lives.”
– Suhanya Jayasuriya, Meghann Brodie and Dana Gharavi, Tara Anglican School, KYCK 22 Delegates
KYCK 23 will return over the following four weekends during the school holidays:
- Weekend 1: 14-16 April
- Weekend 2 & Online: 21-23 April
- Weekend 3: 28-30 April
- Weekend 4: 22-24 September
Registration and on-site accommodation bookings are currently open.
Visit our website for more information:www.kyck.org.au