Winter Retreat North

 Feb. 16-18, 2018

This year's speaker is Pastor Brian Daniels.      


  Brian has served in various roles in ministry including Youth Pastor, Worship Pastor, and Lead Pastor. His main passion has always been youth ministries – he has served the majority of his ministry as a youth pastor, youth speaker, and youth ministries trainer and consultant.


   He desires to call teens to a more “radical” life of following Christ. His life verse is Matthew 16:24 where Jesus says, “If you want to be my disciple, turn aside from your selfish ambitions, take up your cross, and follow Me.” Brian believes this involves more than just faithful Sunday/Wednesday church attendance and good morals. Christ calls us to abandon EVERYTHING and follow Him.


Retreat Location


For the "Winter Retreat North" this year, we have been invited back again to Eben-Ezer Camp in Girard, PA. This will be the 5th year we have had the retreat at this location.

9040 Seib Rd, Girard, PA 16417


Eben-Ezer Camp
9040 Seib Rd, 
Girard, PA 16417

What to bring:

Sleeping bag, pillow, toiletries (tooth brush, D.O. for the B.O., Shampoo, etc, winter clothing (jacket, hat, gloves, snow pants, boots, etc), sleds (if there is adequate snow on the ground), Bible , notebook , and a pencil or pen.


If your child choses to bring a cell phone or other electronic devices the Pittsburgh NYI nor the local church is responsible if they would get lost, stolen, or broken. To note, the use of cell phones and electronic devices will be restricted at the discretion of the Winter Retreat Director.

Code of Conduct:

Participation w/ the group is expected. Respect the property of the camp/others. Respect one another, staff, and leaders. Respect and comply with event schedules. No possession or use of alcohol, drugs, or tobacco. No fighting, weapons, fireworks, lighters, or explosives. No offensive or immodest clothing. No offensive language/swearing. No boys in the girls’ sleeping quarters and no girls in the boys’ sleeping quarters.


Students who fail to comply with these expectations may be sent home at parents’ expense