Taking place in

Bogenhofen, Austria

and online

Registration for the in-person conference at Bogenhofen, Austria is now open.



What is GYC Europe?

GYC Europe is a youth-initiated and-led movement of Seventh-day Adventists from diverse backgrounds, united in a common commitment to serious Bible study, intense prayer, uncompromising lifestyle, and boldness in sharing Christ with others. GYC Europe is a supportive ministry of the Trans-European Division. The leadership and volunteers of GYC Europe are from across Europe and the projects they run range from daily prayer meetings to evangelistic training, to small group ministry, local rallies, and conference planning.


The vision of GYC Europe is to uphold the distinctive message of the Seventh-day Adventist Church; to aspire to excellence in all aspects of their lives – academic, professional, and spiritual; to embrace the call to radical discipleship, including a life of missionary service; and to be supportive and respectful of denominational leadership while remaining a youth-led movement.





Equip & Inspire

GYC Europe seeks to equip and inspire young people to be Christian ambassadors to their respective places of work and study by:

  • Providing Biblical training in the form of participatory workshops, Bible studies, and inspirational messages at its annual conference.

  • Fostering and encouraging Christian fellowship among young people from diverse socioeconomic statuses, educational degrees, geographical locations, and racial/ethnic backgrounds.

  • Creating network opportunities for Adventist young people and youth-oriented ministries.

  • Encouraging young people to assume leadership responsibilities in the Seventh-day Adventist Church by employing their experience and talents in planning and presenting the annual conference and other events.





For more information, check out the Conference Details page or the Frequently Asked Questions page.

Excited?

At the moment, registration is open for those attending the conference in person at Bogenhofen, in Austria. Registration for online attendees will open later.