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Presbyterian Youth Triennium

July 19 - 23, 2016

Presbyterian Youth Triennium


The Presbyterian Youth Triennium is a five day event for high school age youth (entering freshmen through graduated seniors) and accompanying adult youth leaders.  The Triennium is focused on equipping young people to be transformational Christian leaders and seeks to join the home churches of the attendees to help call young people into deeper discipleship in Jesus Christ.  The Youth Triennium is a high energy, biblically infused and focused, youth friendly conference.  Registration for the Triennium will begin in late 2015/early 2016.  All presbytery offices and congregations will receive event information and registration guidelines and assistance in Spring 2015.  The Youth Triennium occurs every three years.  Photos and event information (past and current) can be found at www.presbyterianyouthtriennium.org

 

  1. In 2016, an exciting event will take place. The future hope of the church will come from all over the country to: 1. Worship 2. Nurture and build up each other 3. Study and reflect on God's powerful word4. Minister to each other in the name of Jesus 6. Discover their exciting spiritual gifts 7. Share the good news of the Gospel with those who have not heard it 8. Help others and 9. dream dreams and see visions. What an exciting time this will be . The future hope of the church will be alive.

    by robert H Wright Jr

    April 24, 2015

  2. Maybe they could discuss ideas for videos that would appeal to all Millennials and generation Z. A peer produced video showing faith and what it does for the young believer could be shared around churches and shown on TV venues.

    by Roy Marks

    April 1, 2015

  3. I hope Triennium will NOT be in Indiana next year, in view of their license to discriminate.

    by John Polhamus

    March 27, 2015

  4. Leadership, Are we considering changing venue in light of the Indiana discrimination bill signed into law today. With are youth leading us into the future, could not think of a better unified response than standing against such overt discrimination.

    by Rob Smith

    March 26, 2015

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