The YMCA was Created to Change Lives

People like you in Ys across the country are sharing Jesus and creating lasting change in people’s lives. Find out how others are doing it in their community.

SEE WHAT OTHERS ARE DOING

The US Mission Network is dedicated to helping Ys across America live out their Christian mission.

WHAT WE DO

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Curate Resources

We create and share with those who want to help their Y enhance their Christ-based programs.

Build Relationships

We’re providing opportunities for Christ-focused Y staff and members to connect and share.

Provide Recognition

We give a central voice to a growing network of Y people who want to further the Christian mission.

STORIES & UPDATES

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Feeding the Stomach and the Spirit

As part of their continued outreach to the local community, the Clark County Family YMCA in Vancouver, WA has been providing free lunches to kids from the surrounding neighborhoods for the past four years.

An Investment in Christian Leadership

Earlier this month, YMCA leaders gathered with hundreds of thousands other leaders worldwide to participate in the Global Leadership Summit. The US Mission Network has been in partnership with the GLS for the past three years, during which time we have seen a significant increase in YMCA attendees at this annual event.

Lifting Up Christ in Chiang Mai

On July 5–8, 2018, representatives gathered from 26 different nations for the YMCA World Mission Network Conference. This opportunity was more than a pre-event to the YMCA World Council. It was an intentional effort to bring together Christian leaders from the YMCA movement for a time of inspiration, instruction and challenge.

Serve to Lead 2018

This is the third year that the Christian Principles Network of the YMCA of Greater Twin Cities has sponsored this one day event. This year’s conference, held on May 3, brought together Y members, volunteers, staff, and corporate and community partners.

We're dedicated to preserving, nurturing, and advancing the Christian heritage and purpose of the YMCA across America.

© 2018 US Mission Network

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