There are many ways to be a part of Journey beyond the stage. Check out TREK, work towards your Renaissance Award, or bring Journey to your school.
TREK: Teens Reaching out to Expand the Kingdom.
This program is designed to give Journey teens the opportunity to serve Journey and the community. High School students from all four areas are eligible to apply to be a part of TREK. If you’d like to be a part of TREK, print this application and turn it in to the Magic Box. Read More
Have you ever watched a skit from “Whose Line is it Anyway” and laughed your head off? Don’t miss this opportunity to see Journey kids at their funniest. Teams from all over the country get together each summer for workshops, joining in some hilarious games and skits. This four day event culminates with a competition to see who really is the funniest Journey area. Read More
The Renaissance Award has been created in an effort to reward the efforts and time of students who have worked deliberately to be involved in every area of Journey. Like the Renaissance Men of old, they have tried to be well-rounded participants. We want to honor that type of curiosity, learning, and discovery. The Renaissance Awards are awarded at showcase each session to students who have earned it over the current session. Students must complete Renaissance. Read More
Journey at School
Journey at School is devoted to introducing performing arts to children by providing a high-quality experience that is educational and enjoyable. Many schools have had to cut their arts programs so Journey at School is dedicated to bringing to your school a low-cost, after school program developed to support the performing arts training in public and private schools. Research has shown that performing arts helps students gain confidence, build leadership skills and develop a sense of community. Journey wants to ensure that students. Read More