Asian Young Life club is a night of "organized chaos" that brings Asian American teenagers together for fun and friendship.
Many people ask, "What do you do at club?"
Our response: "We eat, we sing, we laugh, we listen, and we win!"
Seriously, that’s what we do! We always start off by eating free pizza or some other food. Then we sing some cool songs, and then we laugh at some really funny games or skits (which we call the "minutes"). We then listen to an inspiring message about life given by one of the Asian Young Life leaders, and then we finish the night by awarding insane prizes to a few lucky winners.
We do all of this in a relaxed, supportive environment in which you can hang out with your Asian American friends from Bergen County. You’ll also learn about God and His love for you. But consider yourself warned: Club can be unpredictable. The music, skits, and games may surprise you, so get ready to enjoy an experience that will be unbelievably fun and unlike anything you are probably expecting.
Club is held on selected Saturday nights throughout the school year at 7:29 PM.
Our next club is our HOLLYWOOD CLUB, and it is scheduled to take place on SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 2020. The doors open at 7:29 PM, and we will have free pizza for everyone. The night will end around 10:30 PM. (Ask your parents to drop you off at 7:29 PM and to pick you up at 10:30 PM.)
Club takes place at
East Bergen Christian Church
Expect to see about 125 to 200 of your Asian American friends from all around Bergen County!
Club is open to all high school students who live in Bergen County, no matter what you believe, no matter your race or ethnicity, and no matter what school you attend (but please keep in mind that most of the students who attend are from the Academies @ Englewood, Tenafly High School, or River Dell High School).
Come experience life the way it was meant to be. We would LOVE to include you!
If you have any questions, please TXT or call us at (201) 777-0-AYL or email us.
Curious what club looks like? Here’s an overview of our Back-to-School Club from November 2018. This video was made by high school student Lauren Choi. Please join us... Maybe you'll be in our next video!