What is FSY?

These large events are designed to help you have fun as you apply the gospel in all aspects of your life. At FSY, you will participate in five days of devotionals, classes, and activities which will help you strengthen your faith in Jesus Christ and feel joy and belonging as you live the gospel. 

Check out the  Week at a Glance  page and  schedule  to see what activities you'll do during each of the days you're at FSY. Parents, these pages are particularly useful for you to know what kinds of questions to ask your youth about their experience! 

While at FSY, you will: 

  • Associate with other youth who share your beliefs and develop new friendships 

  • Experience an environment that helps you feel the joy of the gospel 

  • Take part in inspiring  devotionals  and learn to 'Hear Him' 

  • Learn to be a leader and how to better communicate with your friends, parents, and others 

  • Engage in activities that will bolster your self-esteem and increase your confidence 

I'm registered! Now what? 

There are many things you can do to prepare yourselves for FSY, including these ideas: 

  • Encourage friends, including nonmember friends, to register for FSY. 

  • Review the  FAQ and come prepared with what you need. 

  • Download and listen to  FSY music

FSY provides a great opportunity to grow in many social and spiritual ways. Remember this:  What you put into FSY is what you'll get out of it. 

  • Be inclusive and open to new friendships. 

  • Look for opportunities to serve those around you. 

  • Come prepared with questions and seek answers to those questions. 

  • Use the handbook you'll get at FSY to record your goals, experiences, and impressions. 

  • Talk to an FSY staff member if you have a concern at the session. 

I went to FSY! How can I maintain the things I learned? 

The FSY experience doesn’t end after the week is over! Take home every lesson, experience, and habit and share them with your friends and family. 

  • Stay connected with new friends. 

  • Share your experiences and encourage your friends to do so as well. 

  • Post on social media about your experience. 

  • Teach a home evening lesson, bare your testimony, or share in Sunday School about a gospel principle that you learned at FSY. 

  • Review your handbook, including your goals, class notes, and feelings. 

  • Continue in gospel habits, including daily prayer, scripture study, and seeking personal revelation. 

  • Set new goals with your family, friends, and leaders. 

  • Teach your friends, quorum or class, and family members the  FSY line dances