Youth in the community

Sunday, June 5th - Saturday, June 11th , 2022


The perpetual summer dilemma of a Junior or Senior High student is that they are too old for kid activities, but too young for a job. What is a young man or young lady, between the ages of 12-18,  supposed to do?

This summer, LIFE Fellowship Frederick has the solution!


Have your child join many others from this region, June 5th-11th, for an unforgettable time serving our community, learning new skills, meeting new friends, AND having fun to cap it all off. Each day will be broken down into to segments:


Work Hard and Play Hard.


REgistration form


Parent/Youth Meeting: Sunday, June 5th @ 5:00 PM

program details

  • Dates: June 5th-11th, 2021


  • Time: A full 9-hour day. We are targeting 7:30 a.m. - 4:30* p.m.. (*8:30 p.m. if afternoon event is Elitches)


  • Location: LIFE Fellowship Frederick / 451 Oak St, Suite 100


  • Price: $100 per participant. ($115 per participant after May 23rd). $80 per each additional child within the same family ($100 per each additional child after May 23rd). We are trying to make this as affordable and accessible to as many as possible. Small discounts may be available for families with multiple participants. The price includes a T-shirt, food, and all fees associated with afternoon activities.*

  • Participants: 12 yrs old (by June 30th) and going into 7th Grade in the Fall - 18 yrs old.


  • *A non-refundable $25 deposit will be required in advance to hold the participant's position within the program. Final balance must be paid-in-full by 6/7. Deposit can be made online or by mailing a check with your participant's name and "YITC" in the note to:

LIFE Fellowship Frederick

4842 Eagle Boulevard

Frederick, CO 80504


  • You will be notified upon receipt of deposit that your child has been registered with Youth in the Community. Registration will be restricted to the first 85 paid applicants.

Work HArd

It seems as though today's society has failed to communicate the value of hard work, cooperation, and selfless service. The "Youth in the Community" program is designed to help reinforce these time-honored principles by applying the efforts of the most energetic within our community with those who are in most need. Our leadership team has identified several service opportunities that are well within the skill set of a 12-18 year old individual.


Each day groups of students will go out, under the careful eye of adult supervision, to pre-determined work locations, with a specific objective in place. All tools, materials, and food / water, will be at each site. During this time participants will be expected to give their best effort to serve one another. Hard work and good quality effort will be honored on a daily basis by program leadership, as well as by their peers. The "Work Hard" segment will occur during cooler morning hours so as not to put any of the participants in a position of harm or exhaustion due to excessive heat.

play hard

In the afternoon, the whole group will go out for a time of some insane fun. There are too many variables at this time to match specific events to certain days, but some of the options include: Boondocks, Elitch Gardens, Rock Climbing / Rappelling, Swimming, Roller Skating, and a 2-night camping trip! Rest assured, your child(ren) will come home well prepared to go to sleep each day!