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For 9th-12th Graders who feel called to ministry or Missions

-We also encourage all youth leaders/Pastors or lead pastor to attend with students-

Dates: December 1-2, 2023

Location: Calvary's Love Church
1315 Reynolds Road
Johnson City, NY 13790

Cost: $25
(includes lodging and food)



December 1

7PM: Check in/hangout@
Calvary's Love

8Pm: Session 1 - Jared Berry

10Pm: Late night hangout

11pm: Bed

December 2


9AM: Session 2-Panel with John Ginnan, Jerod & Tara Terry

11AM: Session 2- Jerod & Tara Terry

12PM: Lunch

1PM: Session 3 - John Ginnan & Dan Mclaughlin

1:30PM: Session 4 - Ministry Round tables

3PM: dismissal



Jerod and Tara Terry


Jerod and Tara Terry grew up in Broome County, have been serving at C-Love since it began, in 1997, and stepped into the Lead Pastor role in March of 2022.
Their hearts are to call out the greatness that lives inside of people. They believe they are strategically positioned in their local community to bring life and make an investment that will impact future generations. They are passionate about communicating the gospel, developing leaders, investing in the next generation and using the arts to inspire creativity.

You will find their three children- Joshua, Grace and Honor close behind. They like to call their family ‘Team Terry’ because they do all of life together and they wouldn’t have it any other way.


Jared Berry

Jared currently serves as the New York AG Next Gen. Director. Before that, he served for 12 years as a youth, college, and discipleship pastor in Long Island NY. Jared is the co-host of the Better Student Ministry Podcast. He's been married to his wife Jen for 15 years and they have two children, Judah and Charlotte.


John Ginnan

John and Caity Ginnan, U.S. missionaries serving in Youth Alive with NY Youth Ministries, helping guide, network, and resource church-fed, student-led movements sharing Jesus across New York State. John has over 25 years of service to the next generation. Together, with their three school-age children, they help the church bring hope to students, schools, and communities.

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