May 27-29, 2022 at
Eastern Nazarene College
We are so excited to invite you to our very first regional NYI event since the start of the pandemic!
Join us this spring for a fun-filled weekend that you won’t want to miss. Games, music, artist corner, service projects, worship, socials, tours and more, are just a taste of the activities that have been planned. Let’s reconnect, be with friends, meet some new ones and start this summer off well.
This event is open to anyone currently in grades 7-12. Cost is only $50 per person for the weekend and includes all accommodations and meals. More information will come soon. But don’t wait, register today and let us know you’re coming.
We can’t wait to see you in Boston!
Schedule of Events
Friday May 27
Registration begins at 5pm. Dinner will be served. Sign up for service projects, get settled into the dorms and dive into a social night of games, snacks, friends and fun.
Saturday May 28
Saturday afternoon we’ll focus on service and helping others with a variety of service projects on or around campus. Don’t worry, there is something for everyone – work is always made fun when you’re with friends!
But that’s not all! We can’t give it all away. You’ll just have to come and see for yourself.
The day will conclude with an evening of sharing what the day has revealed, along with music and prayer.
Trust us… this day will not disappoint.
Sunday May 29
On Sunday we’ll come together for a Closing Celebration, a recap of “weekend highlights”, and then morning worship at Wollaston Church of the Nazarene. For those that are able to stick around, the weekend concludes with an excursion into Boston to see (and taste) what the city has to offer!
We can’t wait to see you! Register today.
Accommodations will be provided in the dorms on campus with adult supervision. Bring your own bedding, pillows and towels. All meals are provided from Friday dinner through Sunday lunch and are included in the cost. A Snack Shack will be open throughout the weekend to purchase additional drinks and snacks. We suggest you plan accordingly and bring enough clothes for warm days, cooler nights, and comfortable clothing for activities and service projects.