In the spring of 2018, Park City Young Life began its first international partnership with Young Life Peru through Young Life's Developing Global Leaders network. We are so happy to have Peru's Capernaum ministry become a sister ministry of Park City Young Life & support Sharon who currently runs the ministry.  We hope to be able to engage our community in the work Young Life is doing internationally by providing new trips & experiences. We are currently developing a mission trip to Peru!

Communities That Care

Communities That Care (CTC) is a program of the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) in the office of the United States Government's Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). CTC is a coalition-based prevention operating system that uses a public health approach to prevent youth problem behaviors such as violencedelinquencyschool drop out and substance abuse. Using strategic consultation, training, and research-based tools, CTC is designed to help community stakeholders and decision makers understand and apply information about risk and protective factors, and programs that are proven to make a difference in promoting healthy youth development, in order to most effectively address the specific issues facing their community's youth.


Our area director (Wes Stout) currently serves on the CTC board focusing on youth advisory strategy.


Bridge21 is a dynamic community network built around supportive housing offering a healthy, sustainable lifestyle for people with and without special needs. Through private and public collaboration in support of an intentional community, we will develop an atmosphere of love and protection, providing a platform for life without limits.


Our area director (Wes Stout) currently serves on the Bridge21 board focusing on community planning and housing.

Park City Interfaith Council

The Interfaith Council exists to share the grace and love of God through service to the community and to

develop mutual understanding between and among its members and the public.

Our area director (Wes Stout) currently serves as the VP on the Park City Interfaith Council