YC Newfoundland

Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador Danny Williams speaking at the opening of YC Newfoundland in 2007.

YC Newfoundland (sometimes referred to as Youth Conference) is a Christian Youth Conference in Newfoundland, Canada which has been hosted in Corner Brook, St. John's, and Gander in different years.[1]


Past Guests

Year 2010 Dates October 10–12 Theme Audacious Featured Artists Featured Speakers Location Notes
2009 October 9–11 Beyond
  • Roosevelt Hunter
  • Mike Love
  • Eric Samuel Timm
Gander Community Centre, Gander, Newfoundland & Labrador
  • YC will be celebrating its 10-year anniversary.
2008 October 10–12 RE:GENERATION
  • Bob Lenz
  • Chris Hill
  • Phil Cann
Gander Community Centre, Gander, Newfoundland & Labrador
  • For the first year yet, a ministry guest was announced along with the date and venue at the previous year's YC.
2007 October 5–7 Reign
  • Bob Lenz
  • David Nasser
Mile One Centre, St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador
2006 October 6–8 SHOUT!
  • Roosevelt Hunter
  • Mike Yankoski
  • Bob Stromberg
Pepsi Centre, Corner Brook, Newfoundland & Labrador
  • NTV broadcasts the final Sunday session LIVE across the province and the world via satellite
  • Sam Glenn was originally promoted to appear, but canceled due to illness. Mike Yankoski, who the YC committee was originally trying to book for the following year's YC, appeared in his place
2005 October 7–9 Believe
  • Mike Pilivachi
  • Duffy Robbins
  • Panic Squad
Mile One Centre, St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador
  • YC moves to the largest indoor facility in the province, and partners with the BGEA to put off a Sunday Night Concert which sold out the arena.
2004 October 8–10 Uncontained
  • Roosevelt Hunter
  • Steve Osmond
Gander Community Centre, Gander, Newfoundland & Labrador
  • YC exceeds 3000 people for the first time - doubling in attendance in just four years.
  • Those 3000 people raised an offering of over $40,000 to build a house at the Village of Hope in Malawi
2003 October 10–12 One
  • Judah Smith
  • Phil Cann
  • Darian Kovacs
Pepsi Centre, Corner Brook, Newfoundland & Labrador
  • Charlie Hall originally promoted to be at the event, but canceled a few days prior. Steve Fee appeared instead
2002 October 11–13 Vertical
  • Mike Pilivachi
  • Sam Glenn
  • Jeanne Mayo
Gander Community Centre, Gander, Newfoundland & Labrador
2001 October 5–7 Revolution
  • Phil Cann
  • Randy Friesen
  • Canada Games Centre (Currently Pepsi Centre), Corner Brook, Newfoundland & Labrador
2000 October 6–8 History Maker
  • Paul Oakley
  • Capstone
  • YC House Band
  • Judah Smith
  • Wayne Northup
The Glacier, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland & Labrador
  • Very first YC NL, with an estimated 1500 attendees

YC Malawi

Since 2004 YC in Newfoundland and Alberta has been raising money for projects helping an orphanage in Lilongwe, Malawi called the Village of Hope. YC Malawi is an event approximately two weeks in length where teams from Canada converge on Malawi to minister in a variety of settings and locations ending with a more traditional YC celebration in Silver Striker Stadium. Attendees include all ministry teams as well as international ministry guests and thousands of Malawian youth.

See also


  1. "Kellie Loder". CBC Radio. March 30, 2012. Retrieved December 9, 2012.

External links

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