As you may or may not already know, for the past six years
the Coalition of Urban Youth Workers has served youth leaders and youth in NYC.
Much has happened and we have seen great works of God in our city. Like the youth created and lead movement we now know as-
Once again He has opened a [...]
We would like to thank Our Almighty God for you this Thanksgiving Day. In you, He has demonstrated His generosity to NYC. He has given you gifts that have abundantly ministered to the youth you serve. He has called you from death to life, so that you may live abundantly in a dark [...]
In 1996 I left Cedar Rapids, Ia to become a middle school teacher in Baltimore, MD. I got the surprise of my life. I ran into to groups of kids who had little to be excited about and lacked hope. I met young men that made drugs, money, and fighting a way [...]
In addition to the Coalition’s Monday morning meetings (the 2nd Monday of each month), we will partner with a network in one of the boroughs to take the Coalition out to you! This month we’re in Brooklyn. Come join us.
Youth Ministry is all about YOUTH!
This training focuses on equipping youth to be leaders in their communities, local schools, churches, and their culture!
FRIENDLY REMINDER TO JOIN US ON OUR MONTHLY COALITION GATHERING!
COME TOMORROW- TUESDAY OCTOBER 13TH
NYACK COLLEGE NYC CAMPUS – 4TH FLOOR
93 Worth St. New York, NY 10013 | 212.625.0500
Time: 10:00 A.M.
See you there,
Coalition of Urban Youth Workers
The Latino Leadership Circle in partnership with Street 2 Street and American Bible Society offers ACTS to equip youth leaders, ministers, and volunteers through cutting edge training for those involved on the frontlines of Urban Ministry. Sessions will be conducted by professionally trained and experienced ministers, social workers and marketplace leaders.
+ A Theology [...]
Friends and youth ministry colleagues:
This is a reminder that the first Coalition meeting of 2009 is this Monday, Feb. 9 @ 7pm at The Kings College (Empire State Building, Lower Level, Classroom 2). Please make every effort to attend.
2008 was a year of transition for the Coalition, as the 20/20 Vision for Schools initiative matured [...]
The Adoption Matrix
Mobilizing congregations for prayer and scalable engagement requires a plan, and for two years, Coalition members experimented with grassroots models for how to adopt local schools. What has emerged Pacheco describes as a matrix designed to move congregations through seven levels from no engagement to holistic, 20/20 engagement.
Adoption begins by identifying [...]
What’s new at the Coalition for the new year?
+ NEW Time: 7-9 pm
+ NEW Location: King’s College (Empire State Building, LL Classroom 2)
+ NEW Agenda: 20/20 Vision for Schools
Adopt-a-School has moved to a new level, beyond conceptual and experimental to a scalable, unified movement to reform public education in NYC within a single generation of [...]