February 10-16- Ski camp for the students ministry in Madarasi Hargita. It’s our winter camp, where around 30 youth can learn or improve their skiing knowledge, for a week, at a beautiful sight of our country.
March 20- 23, 27- 30, April 24- 27, May 1- 4, May 29- June 1, August 25- 29. Training for the young colleagues. It’s about three weekends in two areas of the country, and a full week camp together at our YMCA Youth Centre in Algyógy.
July 6-12, Sunrise English Camp at our YMCA Youth Centre for kids. It’s a possibility to learn English from native speakers, as we are organising the camp together with our partners from Northern Ireland.
July 20- 27, Guitar Camp. This year will be the 6th guitar camp, where we are teaching to play the guitar. The youth are divided into groups where they can learn from the basics to the advanced methods.
July 24- 27, “Fishing of youth days” camp. This camp is being organised to encourage young people to be a member in our youth groups at the local level.
July 30- August 1, XIV. YMCA Camp. It’s our biggest camp, it’s the 14th edition. The camp is an opportunity for the YMCA’s from Transylvania to meet. We have worship, different types of performers and workshops and Christian bands at the afternoon.
August 10- 17, English Camp. Mainly is the same as the Sunrise English Camp, but we thought because of the age, it’s better to work separately with the kids and the youth. This week is for the youth, aged 14 plus.
October 17- 18, Voluntary Days. On this weekend, we focus to somehow say a thank you, to our volunteers. As they are giving so much, it’s very important so give them a feedback, to say thank you for their work. Because with out them our work wouldn’t exist.
November 15, Bible knowledge competition. This is the final round, for our Bible knowledge competition, they are around 15- 20 teams from all around the country. The teams won on the local level, they are competing on the national level on this date.
December 13, Advent worship festival.The event hopes to meet a demand of the youth of Transylvania for nationwide and interdenominational worship events. As the name (Waiting for the Lord) suggests the event has the purpose of calling young people to focus on the Lord, to come into the period of advent by responding to the gospel message by listening to and waiting for the Lord.