You’re invited to watch IYF worship services live here and on the Community of Christ Facebook page. Service themes and schedules:
Thursday, 19 July
- 9 a.m. central “Be Not Afraid”; speakers Mike Seagraves, Steve Graffeo, and Mareva Arnaud Tchong. Lamoni Heartland Youth Choir will sing; a poem and a closing prayer will be delivered by youths.
- 3:40 p.m. central “Discover and Invite”; speaker Kass Unger. French Polynesia choir will sing, four youths will be interviewed, a youth will dance, and Greater Pacific Northwest youths will lead benediction.
Friday, 20 July
- 9 a.m. central “Let the Spirit Breathe”; spiritual practice leader Katie Harmon-McLaughlin. Michele McGrath will speak. A skit will feature Pacific Southwest International, Arizona, and Rockies youths; two songs will be performed by youths as will the closing prayer, a body prayer led by Kass Unger.
- 2:30 p.m. central “Look Beyond the Horizon”; Barb Carter will offer the opening prayer. A communion message will be delivered by President Stephen Veazey. French Polynesia choir will perform.
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