Make A Donation
Click Here >
“Total joy” is how Presbyterian Youth Triennium director Gina Yeager-Buckley remembers one of this year’s experiences. Even though it happened a month ago now, thinking about it gives her energy.
It’s been a month since Holmes Camp & Retreat Center in Holmes, N.Y., made history. Now the camp’s executive director, the Rev. Bryan Breault, is hearing lovely things from the parents of campers from across the country.
As Kaaleah J. from the Presbytery of Eastern Virginia spoke, photos of her father appeared on a screen above the stage in Purdue University’s Eliza Fowler Hall and he could be heard rapping, “When I’m gone, will they remember me?”
Beth-El Farmworker Ministry near Tampa, Fla., feeds the minds, bodies and spirits of farmworkers and their neighbors in need in a variety of ways.
“It’s time to go,” the Rev. CeCe Armstrong told the thousands of people gathered for closing worship Saturday at Presbyterian Youth Triennium. “We often forget that mission starts at home — your own house or your own church. We’ve experienced things here, but if we don’t take them back, the church doesn’t change but you have. Hallelujah!”
The Rev. Johan Daza’s “Here’s My Heart” story tugged at Triennium heartstrings Friday.
Presbyterian Youth Triennium small group leader Andrea Paschal said she has been blown away this week by how wonderful, creative and loving the youth are.
The morning of the fourth day of the 2019 Presbyterian Youth Triennium, we find the Energizers in an unexpected state: lounging.
As thousands waited for the Presbyterian Youth Triennium’s Loudest Praise concert to begin Thursday night, one could feel the pre-event excitement building.
In 1980, the year churches in the Missouri Union Presbytery decided they wanted to help Christians in the Reformed Church in Hungary, the churches had no idea that it would blossom into a partnership ministry to benefit their youth programs.