February 2021
  • YQ 2021

    Youth Quake@Home

    February 2021

    For 2021, Youth Quake comes to you.
    Starting February 1st


Youth Quake 2021

Looking back on 2020 we are so thankful we were able to run Youth Quake like normal. We know the rest the year has been very difficult for everyone and going into 2021 we are devastated that we cannot be together on campus this February.

We decided to do something new. For 2021, Youth Quake comes to you. At home, at church or at camp. All content for YQ@Home will be available here on the website for you to access starting February 1st after you register. We want to do a full month of YQ with you. Think of it as your schedule, your time, your space, and everything else provided by Youth Quake.

We are looking forward to spending the month with you in this new format and hope this provides opportunity for you to grow in relationship with your groups by taking the pressure off of planning during another season of constant change

How it works

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    Step One

    Sign-up for our newsletter to receive notifications about YQ@Home!

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    Step Two

    Register for YQ@Home! Plan a watch party for your group and get ready for 4 full weeks of YQ!

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    Step Three

    Promote YQ@Home in your area and help people register!

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    Step Four

    Receive access to YQ@Home starting February 1st!
    Launch into yq@home With your friends!


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    January 31st
    YQ Show with Kait and OJ!

    February 1st
    Main Session One
    Worship Set One
    Youth Seminars One & Two
    Youth Worker Seminar One
    Challenge One

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    February 7th
    YQ Show with Kait and OJ!

    February 8th
    Main Session Two
    Worship Set Two
    Youth Seminars Three & Four
    Youth Worker Seminary Two
    Challenge Two

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    February 14th
    YQ Show with Kait and OJ!

    February 15th
    Main Session Three
    Worship Set Three
    Youth Seminars Five & Six
    Youth Worker Seminar Three
    Challenge Three

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    February 21st
    YQ Show with Kait and OJ!

    February 22nd
    Main Session Four
    Worship Set Four
    Youth Seminars Seven & Eight
    Youth Worker Seminary Four
    Challenge Four


Special Guests

AJ Crocker

AJ Crocker

AJ had the privilege of being a part of Youth Quake for 16 years. In the last year, AJ handed YQ leadership off and is still serving at Briercrest in a Vice-President role. In addition to YQ, AJ has spent his adult life speaking at camps and retreats across western Canada and served for seven years as chaplain at Briercrest Christian Academy. AJ lives in Caronport with his wife Cheryl, and children Brooklyn (8), Alivia (3) and Cayden (1). AJ loves Jesus, Briercrest, his shoe collection, finding new music, eating fancy burgers, his dog Rocky and the Maple Leafs. 


Tuning in from Brampton, Ontario for the Sunday night LIVE show and joining YQ for his third year in a row! OJ brings an electric and contagious vibe to any retreat (in person OR online!), cue the properly spaced out or individual dance party!

Briercrest  Worship

Briercrest Worship

Briercrest Worship is made up students involved in the Worship Arts program at Briercrest College. Each one of these students regular serves their community by leading worship at Briercrest chapels and worship nights. They also usually serve beyond the Briercrest community, touring and leading worship at churches and youth events but this year have focused on time in the studio. They are passionate about seeing people encounter the living God through authentic worship and are excited to still lead in this way during YQ@Home.



Email: yq@briercrest.ca
TOLL FREE: 1.888.462.2202
YQ PHONE: 306-756-3251
GENERAL SCHOOL ENQUIRIES: 306.756.3200 (main office)
FAX: 306-756-5570

Briercrest College & Seminary
C/O Youth Quake
510 College Dr.Caronport, SK S0H 0S0



Briercrest College and Seminary is located in the town of Caronport, Saskatchewan, just 15 minutes west of the city of Moose Jaw (pop. 34,000) and an hour west of Regina (pop. 200,000). The campus is in a rural setting away from the noise and hectic pace of the city, and yet it offers an extensively developed 160-acre campus. Facilities include a 25,000 sq. ft. library, an auditorium that seats 2,000 people, student dormitories, a recently renovated dining hall, and a brand-new hockey arena.


YQ@Home Weekly Giveaway!

Fill out the form every week to be entered to win the weekly giveaway prize in February.
Every week we have a new prize from one of our sponsors.