Miscellaneous Youth and Religion Sites

Military Community Youth Ministries
A Christian non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the needs of military adolescents through its outreach ministry known as Club Beyond, MCYM provides staffing and support to military chapels on U. S. armed forces installations around the world. MCYM partners with US-based youth organizations and churches to include Young Life, Youth for Christ, The National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministries and others to provide the staff and programs for command-sponsored chapel-based youth ministry. Founded in 1980, MCYM today provides staff to over 40 US military installations in the U.S. and overseas

National Network Listing of Christian Youth Ministry Organizations
Member organizations of the National Network of Youth Ministries.

Program of Religious Activities with Youth
Mission is to encourage the spiritual growth of young people, through religious growth programs recognized by the Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., and Camp Fire Boys and Girls.

Youth Works! Missions (Minneapolis, MN)
Provides tools to help youth ministers do life changing youth ministry through missions trips. In 6 years has had over 26,000 participants at 27 different mission sites. Mission trips are well rounded experiences, including morning devotions, rewarding work projects, ministry to young children, hearty meals, neat cultural events, and Christ-centered group meetings.

Group Publishing
Offers skills-based training events and ministry resources both nationally and regionally. Group resources and curriculum are widely used in the U.S. among both evangelical and mainline denominations.

An on line version of the devotional magazine for youth, including a daily Devo'Zine plus discussion and chat rooms.

Provides Christian teens place to "hang out" and find resources.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes
A national Christian fellowship for young athletes.

Young Life
An evangelical youth ministry organization.

Youth Today (Washington, DC)
Youth Today is an independent, nationally distributed newspaper on youth work for workers in the child and youth services field. The newspaper is full of resources including: n extensive calendar of workshops and conferences related to professional development, youth issues and working with youth; contact information for foundations interested youth development issues and listings of recent grant awards to youth-serving organizations; book and video reviews for use with staff and kids; analysis of groundbreaking research in the youth services field; and coverage of federal and state legislative issues concerning youth.

NCSY has a multi-faceted Jewish Youth group, which is open to all Jewish youth regardless of background and affiliation. Offering social and educational programming in hundreds of communities across the U.S. and Canada, NCSY brings unaffiliated youth an awareness of what Judaism is all about.