Youth Ministry Training Event

what is re:gen?

encouraging & equipping youth ministry leaders from across otago & southland

re:Gen is a gathering of folk who are in someway involved in youth ministry in their local church and community. Whether they are paid professionals or volunteer warriors, re:Gen hopes to encourage & equip them for the year ahead in youth ministry. This is done by inviting experienced youth ministry practitioners from across New Zealand to come and invest in our leaders. We have keynote speakers and practical workshops. There is always a large range of options for leaders to choose from. But just as important…if not more important…is that we want youth leaders to be encouraged in their ministry. This happens through our speakers and workshops of course, but also through worshiping together, eating together, connecting with each other and sharing with fellow youth leaders.

re:Gen is an ecumenical event. It has always been organised by people from different denominations and church backgrounds and youth leaders from any and every church are invited.

We believe we can do youth ministry better when we do it together,



Saturday March 9

10am - 4:30pm

(starting with morning tea)

Calvin Community Church

25 Robertson St, Gore

$20 per person

(lunch & good coffee included)

Register Online by: March 6



At re:Gen we bring together a variety of people from different church flavours who all have a huge amount of experience in youth ministry. They come to re:Gen to share some of their wisdom and learnings with all of us, as well as answer questions and help us build connections with people who will continue to encourage us throughout the year in our youth ministry.



We offer a large range of workshops at re:Gen designed to equip you and inspire you for the year of youth ministry ahead. They are always practical and you will always come away having grown in understanding and with new tools on your youth ministry tool belt. We make sure there are workshops for the newbies among us right through to the veteran youth leaders who just keep going!