• YMCA ISH Trustees Meeting

  • Bharat Ekta Sammelan

  • Graduation Ceremony

Welcome to YMCA India

The YMCA Movement originally began in post-Industrial England of 19th century in London in the drapery establishment of M/s Hitchcock and Rodgers in which a young apprentice of 21, George Williams, took the initiative in organizing Bible classes in his bedroom in the nature of a mutual edification of the society which brought in a cohesive group of 12 of his co-workers from equal number of denominations of the christian church to form the Young Men’s Christian Association on June 6, 1844. The National Council of YMCAs of India was formed in Madras on February 21, 1891 through the initiative of David McConaughy. The headquarters shifted to Calcutta in May, 1902. In 1964 it shifted to New Delhi, its present location.

Current Affairs

Created on Monday, 17 November 2014 Last Updated on Thursday, 13 June 2019 Published on Monday, 17 November 2014 Written by Super User

Sub-Region Meetings 

The National President and Officiating NGS were felicitated at Sub-Region Meetings in Alwaye and Perumbavoor YMCAs on March 30.  The National President inaugurated the Bharat Ekta Sammelan in YMCA Alleppey on March 31.  

Graduation Service of YMCA Trainees

On March 17, Diplomas were conferred on YMCA Trainee Secretaries. Rt. Rev. Dr. John Stephen Sadananda, Bishop Emeritus in Karnataka Southern Diocese of CSI and Master of the Senate of Sermapore College was  Chief Guest. Rt. Rev. O. Michael Benhur, Bishop South  Andhra Lutheran Church (SALC) and Chairperson Gurukul College Council, awarded Diplomas.  

Southern Regional YMCA Leaders Meet

A meeting of Southern Region YMCA leaders was held on June 6, 2019, at 11:00 am at YMCA Vepery.  Chief Justice JB Koshy (Retd.), National President, NCYI, addressed the gathering.  The meeting was hosted by YMCA Madras.  The National President sought support from YMCA leaders in the effort to bring back normalcy in YMCA functioning. 

YMCA leaders spoke on their expectation from the new leadership and pledged their support to the National President and his team.