Who can come?
Any youth who are going into 6th grade this fall through 2020 high school graduates.
Can I bring a friend?
Yes, feel free to bring as many friends as you would like. We like friends.
Will there be food?
We will not serve food. However, the café will be open at 6:30pm when the doors open where youth can purchase beverages and snacks, as well as a limited selection of hot food items. The café will be closed during the Livestream event, but open again during any scheduled breaks.
Do I need money for anything else?
There will be a special offering taken during the Livestream:
- Part of the offering will go towards helping the Evangelical Free Church of America cover the cost of Challenge.
- The other part of the offering will go to help the ministry of a pastor in Georgia who is ministering to immigrants and refugees. You will learn more about Pastor Teddy during the Challenge Livestream.
Any checks should be made payable to: EFCA (Use the Memo line to designate “Challenge” or “Special Offering”)
Can I still come if I’m not feeling well?
If you have any sort of illness or symptoms of not feeling well, it would be wise for you to stay home. Fortunately, that does NOT mean you cannot participate. Anyone who wants to participate but does not feel comfortable gathering as a group or is not feeling well is encouraged to register on the Challenge website for free to receive a link so you can watch it from home.
I’m a parent. Is there any way I can participate?
We are so glad to know you are interested in growing together spiritually with your teens and that you want to be able to follow up better with them afterwards by participating. We highly encourage as many parents as possible to register on the Challenge website and watch the livestream themselves in order to both know what your teens are being taught and to know how to help them apply what they learn to their every day life.