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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The YMCA Highlights the National Day of Prayer

We often encourage YMCAs to consider starting faith-based small groups, such as Restore Small Group’s “Journey to Freedom”, Financial Peace University, Grief Share, Transformational Leadership or an Alpha group.

Why Start a MOPS Group?

We often encourage YMCAs to consider starting faith-based small groups, such as Restore Small Group’s “Journey to Freedom”, Financial Peace University, Grief Share, Transformational Leadership or an Alpha group.

New General Secretary, World YMCA

President of the World YMCA, Peter Posner, announced the appointment of Carlos Sanvee as the next Secretary General, commencing January 2019.

A Day in the Life of a Chaplain

The job of a YMCA chaplain is somewhat unique. There are no real set hours or a specific list of daily responsibilities. Rather, the Chaplain is there to serve both the members and staff as a living demonstration of God’s love. 

San Antonio Leads the Way

When you think of San Antonio, Texas, you probably think of people walking around in cowboy hats, the famous River Walk, the San Antonio Spurs basketball team, fantastic Tex-Mex food and, our course, the Alamo. It’s a vibrant, growing city that relishes its historic culture and diverse population.

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

© 2017 US Mission Network

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