Guests that register to attend the banquet are under no obligation to donate financially. Organizers said there will be plenty of ways to give throughout the event's activities that will not require a financial contribution.
Young Life's mission is to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith.
"We don't come to you and shove Christ down your throat," Gurman said. "We just want people to follow Christ in the high school.
Register/ RSVP by calling Jason Smith at (724) 622-2373
Learn more about Young Life at www.beavercounty.younglife.org
Follow Young Life on Twitter at: YLBeaverCounty
Frequently Asked Questions about the banquet
Q: How much does the banquet cost? It is free! Sponsors have generously helped us pay for the banquet.
Q: Isn't this a fund-raiser? Yes, it is. A fun and informative one. There will be absolutely no obligation to give. There are many ways that banquet guests will want to contribute, with finances being just one way.
Q: Is this event for adults? Yes! Teenagers will be there but the event is for adults!
Q: Who should come? Any adults! Parents, grandparents, teachers, neighbords, community leaders!
Q: Do teenagers need to RSVP? No, they will sit separately (in their free YL t-shirt!) with their friends.
Q: Will there be legendary Texas Roadhouse bread there? Among other legendary items, yes!
Q: Can I sit with my friends? Yes, you can. Just let us know when you RSVP who you'd like to sit with.
Q: How do I invite other people? Just forward this article to them and let them know they need to RSVP soon.