GYC 2011

It’s Not Too Late To Come to GYC!

At the close of online registration, 4,782 people had registered for this year’s conference. That’s the most ever in the history of GYC. Included in this number are 180 attendees from outside of North America, representing at least 68 countries.

Volunteers have already arrived on site in Houston. The main auditorium is already ready for the first meeting to begin this Wednesday night, with over 6,000 chairs set up.

Even with everything set for the beginning of this year’s GYC, we want you to know: it’s not too late!

If you are still interested in attending GYC this year, there is plenty of room. The convention center has assured us we can expand the seating to accommodate up to 9,000 people. We will be opening registration at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday morning, December 28, and people will be able to register for GYC on site and purchase meals for the meetings.

We’re excited to see how the Lord moves during our conference this year, themed Fill Me: Our Earnest Plea. We want as many people as possible to be involved. So if you’d still like to come to GYC, please join us in Houston. It’s not too late!

  • Anonymous

    is it live in the internet?

  • Anonymous

    I am under the impresseion that Sabbath attendees will not be charged a fee! Is that accurate information?

  • Information for Sabbath

    My family and other family friends are planning to be in Huoston during the GYC conference session and we would like to attend the Sabbath program on 12/31/2011. According to the website, there is indication of what to do in case one wants to attend the Sabbath program. Do we need to register for the Sabbath worship program and if yes, what are the charges.

    Looking forward to hearing from you soon.


  • GYC Admin

    Yes, you can watch the conference live online at

  • brandon

    Sabbath is free and open to the general public. All other days are open to registered attendees only. There is a discounted weekend-only rate (Friday, Sabbath, Sunday) available.