Betrayed by a trusted follower. Falsely accused by his enemies. Condemned by his own people. Convicted as a criminal. Brutally beaten by soldiers. Nailed to a Roman cross. “It is finished” Jesus cried as he breathed his last.

The death of Jesus is central to the Christian message and millions of people put their trust in the power of the cross. Yet some 2000 years later, the world continues as it always has.

So what did Jesus’ death achieve? What was finished at the cross? Why doesn’t the pattern of our society and our world seem any different?
Come to MYC 2017 to understand the power of the Cross as we ask the question:

Is it finished?


What’s on?


MYC is the annual conference of Campus Bible Study at UNSW. Each year over 600 students take some time away from the bustle of Uni life to spend the week learning more about Jesus and asking the big questions in life. It’s a time to learn, reflect, make friends, and have a lot of fun. Join us!

This year Carl Matthei will be helping us to look back at the cross and answer the question: “Is it finished?”


Each night we come together in the main auditorium for the night sessions. Joyful singing. Awesome Bible talks. Interviews with students & missionaries. Prayer for our campus and world. And some other fun things along the way!


This is where we get hands on and research our topic in the whole Bible. Whiteboards + diagrams + tables + lists + lots of sugar (if this is what you need) combine to make this an eye-opening experience!


A highlight of MYC for many! Everyone gets individually allocated into a small group with other students – time to chill out, chat, and work through some guided material as you try to figure out what the Bible says and get to know one another.



Room Type Early Bird Standard
Dorm $375 $400
Ensuite $430 $455

First time at MYC? You get an extra $40 discount!

Dorms sleep 6-10 people on bunk beds with shared shower and bathroom areas. Ensuites sleep 2-3 people on single beds with a private shower and bathroom. Early Bird ends Saturday 13th May


Why do first-timers get a discount?
Coming to MYC for the first time can be a bit daunting, so we want to make it as easy as possible for first-time students to come and check it out.

What does the cost cover?
Pretty much everything! Food, accomodation and all conference materials. You might like to bring some cash in case you want to purchase books that interest you at our book stall.

What if I can’t afford the full amount?
There are lots of options if you can’t pay the full amount up front! Grads who have had their lives changed by MYC often donate money specifically to help other students make it along. Talk to one of the CBS staff workers or email us and we can discuss options with you.

How can I pay?
You’ll be emailed the details of payment options once you register. The easiest way to make your payment is via internet transfer. You can also pay using credit card however please note that this incurs a $10 surcharge.

Where is it?


MYC is held at Merroo Conference Centre, 182 Mill Rd, Kurrajong NSW which is located about 1.5 hours west of the Sydney CBD, 10 minutes away from Richmond.

There are a few options for getting to MYC – drive, carpool, or catch the train and we’ll pick you up in a bus from the station. The buses are free and there will be friendly CBS people to direct you when you arrive at the station!

MYC will run from Monday 10th July to Friday 14th July.

MYC Family Night

MYC Family Night

Join us for the best night of the best week of the year!

If you can’t join us for the whole week, or you’re part of our wider family of supporters and friends, why not join us for just one night of the week? We set aside Wednesday night at Mid Year Conference each year as a chance to gather with and be encouraged by the wider Campus Bible Study family. We’d love to see you there!

Date:                   Jul 12 (Wed), 6:30 pm
Location:          Merroo Conference Centre, 182 Mill Rd, Kurrajong
Cost:                   $20

Click here to register for MYC Family night.