Welcome to North Texas Conference Children, Youth and Young Adult Ministry. We are developing principled Christian leaders for the church and the world.
The North Texas Conference hosts and partners with local churches for several events through out the year such as Camp Bible for Elementary Students, Bishop’s Rally for Tweens, MidWinter and the ONE event for ALL Jr & Sr High, Young Adult Intramural League and Mission Trips plus trainings, ministry gatherings and District events. North Texas Conference Children, Youth and Young Adult Ministry is a component of the Center for Leadership Development.
Bridgeport Camp and Retreat Center is home to our many wonderful summer camps and several of our CCYM events. Please check out their website for summer camp info.
- Kelly Carpenter
- North Texas Conference
- Children, Youth & Young Adult Ministry
- Phone: 972-526-5075
Kelly Carpenter was born in Texas and after 12 years of moving around the country she returned ‘home’ to attend Texas Christian University where she received her BFA in Theatre Scene Design. She attended Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA where she received her Masters of Theological Studies in Religion and Art. Kelly is a member of Lovers Lane UMC and assists with staging and art installations for Crosswalk Worship. Kelly married Joe Carpenter in April 2011 and they live happily with their two dogs, Spirit and Rocky. Kelly’s hobbies include visiting with friends, being creative, TCU football, kayaking and camping.
CLD Faith Formations Intern 2014
After eighteen years of picking up and going around the south, Macy Crone has found herself in the heart of Deep Ellum discerning the call God has put on her heart. Macy is pursing her BA in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics with a minor in Biblical Studies, at Criswell College. During her time in the CLD Faith Formation Internship program, she looks forward to exploring different ways she can utilize the spiritual gifts God has blessed her with. When Macy isn’t studying at Union, she is found knitting in her apartment, watching the Razorbacks or Bulldogs with her mom, painting, running, cooking with friends, or arguing about politics.