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Presbyterian Youth and Triennium
The pandemic has indeed nixed the planned in-person Presbyterian Youth Triennium this summer. But youth leaders across the country are coming up with local and regional gatherings and other offerings for youth and young adults, including six presbyteries in Pennsylvania planning an event they’re calling the Presbyterian Youth Tri-PENNium, to be held at the Krislund Camp & Retreat Center in Madisonburg.
Wednesday’s edition of Leading Theologically took on a nautical theme as host the Rev. Dr. Lee Hinson-Hasty and guest Gina Yeager-Buckley launched into this topic: “Turning the Ship: What Ministry Feels Like Right Now.”
The PC(USA)’s annual Pentecost Offering supports children, youth and young adults at risk through many ministries.
Alla Soroka is a 2017 International Peacemaker living and working in Odessa, Ukraine. She’s clearly devoted to her work with at-risk teenagers — even those who are beyond being considered at-risk and are incarcerated.
Journey to the Cross, the devotional series for Lent, returns to the devotional website and app d365.org beginning on Ash Wednesday, March 2, and continuing through Easter Sunday on April 17.
Because of the ongoing pandemic, the 2022 Presbyterian Youth Triennium, which had been scheduled for July 24-27 in Indianapolis, Indiana, has been canceled.
The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation (PPC) is pleased to release the first three units of Follow Me: Biblical Practices for Faithful Living, a new curriculum for all ages, designed to work with churches of all sizes.
Two new resources focused on the mental health and wellness of youth are now available for free download from the Office of Presbyterian Youth and Triennium.