Celebrate cultural differences, while exploring the challenges we face living in a broken world
Youth participants of all cultures will build a multicultural community through showing love and grace while engaging in fellowship, worship, small groups, recreation and vespers at Multi-Cultural Youth Conference.
Mo-Ranch is pleased to continue our partnership with the Presbyterian Mission Agency. PMA is providing special scholarship funds for participants from outside the Synod of the Sun. Contact email@example.com for more information. As always, churches from within the Synod of the Sun may apply for Mo-Ranch scholarships.
Young people who have completed 6th-12th grades are invited to attend this event.
What's so special about Multi-Cultural Youth Conference (MCYC)? Like our other Youth Conferences, attendees will hear from outstanding keynote speakers, experience engaging worship, and small groups where they can dig into the conference theme at a deeper level. They will also experience claiming their own ethnicity and work with others who share it, to celebrate our varied backgrounds and ethnic origins.Through song, dance, skits and food ethnic groups share the richness and uniqueness of their culture during an evening celebration on Saturday of the conference.
The conference leadership is composed of youth and adults who represent broad categories of ethnic origin: Hispanic, Native American, African American, European American and Asian cultures each have young people and adults who plan and implement this conference.
Cost and Housing
Conference participants will be housed on a first-come, first-served basis. A deposit of $75 per person must accompany registration. You will be asked for your preference for group/dorm housing and we will do our best to honor that preference. In order to get best use of the housing facilities we have available, please note your group may be housed with other youth groups in dorm/group housing. You will need a ratio of 1:5 of sponsors per children. Sponsors must also register for the conference, and they must be the appropriate gender per amount of boys and girl they are bringing. Sponsors are not allowed to stay in the same rooms as children participants.
Conference fees include 3 nights housing, 8 meals, tuition (which covers meeting spaces, conference t-shirt, leadership).
Dorm/Group Housing: $238
Hotel Housing: $250
A $25 late registration fee (per person) will be added to registrations received after April 8, 2015.
For help with, or questions about registration, contact the registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-460-4401 x246.