WHAT IS INTENSE?
The Intense Youth Conference is a weekend of prayer, adoration, engaging speakers, testimonies, community, and joy! Inspired by national and international movements such as: Steubenville, World Youth Day, and Youth 2000. This encounter will open hearts and set young people on fire!
Who can attend?
WHEN IS THIS AMAZING EVENT?
Friday evening until Sunday afternoon
how to prepare your child
Where is it going to be located?
The event will be hosted in St. Leon, IN.
All Saints Parish-St. Joseph Campus and the local Park
There is an emergency plan in place for storms. This Campus has several buildings and the St. Leon fire station for shelter.
Where will I sleep and what do I need to bring?
This event will be truly intense and in-tents! Youth will be asked to bring and/or share a tent for the two nights of the event (strict enforcement of boys and girls camping areas will be abided by). We will be taking over the St. Leon Park. Don't forget to check out our packing list!
Campus will be locked down during the entire conference weekend. People who are not attending the conference will not be permitted on campus unless previous clearance is established with the Conference Committee. There will be 24 hour on-campus security during the entire conference. During the sleeping hours, there will be additional security walking the designated sleeping area. This is to keep all participants safe and to keep all participants in their designated areas.
Safe Parish/Safe and Sacred
Age and Safe Environment Policy Adult Chaperones must 21+ and be Safe Environment trained and background checked to the specifications of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. Group Leaders should verify that all adults have completed these are in good standing.
If you are from a diocese other than Indy you may present the equivalent certificate of Safe Parish/safe and sacred training for your diocese.
how do i sign up?!
Registration opens on November 1st
You sign up using permission Click! Make sure to go to our registration page
and choose your parish/group
Don't see your parish/group name? Contact your parish/group to see if you have students going, and make sure your group coordinator Registers (will take 24hr to show up on the website)
What is the difference between a chaperone and a volunteer?
Chaperones: Looking after high school attendees. They must stay the entire weekend. They are responsible for students in their group, help lead small groups, and make sure students are where they are supposed to be. Chaperones and students will receive the same event package.
Volunteers: Can be there all week, one day, or just a shift. Very flexible. They will only receive a volunteer t-shirt. They will sign up to help with tasks such as security, food, parking, check-in, etc.
What can I do to spread the word?
How can I be a sponsor or donate to this conference?