It’s more than another event.
Imagine a time and space prayerfully designed to reach the deepest places of our hearts and pull us closer to Jesus. And for each person, that space is going to be different. Maybe that comes through screaming the lyrics of the song you hadn’t believed until you heard hundreds of others singing it with you. Maybe it’s a moment of stillness when the lights go down and God feels closer than the beat of your heart. It could be in a bold word that catalyzes a permanent change in your life or swapping stories with a complete stranger who gets you. Maybe it’s that character in the drama speaking all the words you haven’t figured out how to say yet, or a friend’s hand on your shoulder to remind you you’re never searching alone.
Zeteo isn’t about devising some sort of crowd-pleasing emotional-high experience… it’s about creating a space where God can move in the way that he moves: fully, intimately, distinctively.
We want to invite you to join us for our Zeteo Conference: An ecumenical youth conference designed for students and leaders who desire to draw closer and search deeper. Through four sessions of moving worship, engaging teaching, compelling drama, and challenging break-out seminars, our hope is that you and your group will find God right where he wants to meet you.
It is a greek word that means “to seek in order to find.” God has laid it on the hearts of the leadership team to start an event with this purpose entirely. We hope to create opportunities for youth and youth leaders a time to deepen their faith, and their relationships with each other. It is a weekend retreat like nothing your group has ever been a part of in the past. A weekend of fun, laughter, worship, messages, and experiences that youth will never forget.
Joshua Solowey! Joshua recently celebrated his 1 year anniversary of marriage with his wife Leah. He is a pastor at Ethos Church in Nashville TN. He also helps to train church planters across North America for Onward Church Planting. He has a huge heart for helping people walk in deep relationship with God and for making disciples that make more disciples.
You are able to stay at the attached Hilton and walk, or you will need to find transportation for your group to and from the convention center.
IUP Meal Plan Options:
North Dining Hall Meal Plan:
$11-Friday Dinner- 4:00pm-7:30pm
$9-Saturday Lunch: 9:30am-4:00pm
$11- Saturday Dinner: 4:30pm-7:00pm
$9- Sunday Lunch: 9:30am-4:00pm
This state of the art dining hall brings new options to IUP. Featuring a large international station with traditional cooking styles including a tandoori oven, sushi and traditional oriental wok set. An open pit barbeque, deli, vegan & vegetarian, comfort foods, bakery, salad bar, crepe station and homemade gelato complete the lineup.
Check out the online menu
**Breakfast- IUP’s Dining hall does not serve breakfast on the weekends and we suggests groups packing their own breakfast options or visiting one of the numerous off campus options.
Meal plans will not be available after January 24th.
In addition, a variety of restaurant options are available around the Indiana area.
We are requiring groups to maintain a ratio of 1 adult for every 5 students when at the convention center. Groups are required to follow their churches safe sanctuary policies throughout the weekend. In addition all youth group leaders will need to have their clearances on file with their church.
We will hold the event unless there is a state of emergency declared by the governor of Pennsylvania.
We will have security on site at the conference center throughout the weekend. However, you are always responsible for your youth group.
The 2021 dates will be announced at the event
Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex
711 Pratt Dr
Indiana, PA 15705