Presbyterian Youth Triennium
July 16-20, 2019
West Lafayette, Indiana
Please pray for our 2019 Seattle Presbytery Triennium delegation:
Christine Stratton (Chaperone), Southminster PC
Rev. Ken Onstot (Chaperone), Southminster PC
Jessica Cedergreen, Southminster PC
Emma LaRochelle, Southminster PC
Linda Engen (Chaperone), Overlake Park PC
Erik Engen, Overlake Park PC
Carissa Bartlow, Bethany PC (Inland NW Presbytery)
Get ready for the 2019 Presbyterian Youth Triennium - a gathering held every three years for high school age students in the Presbyterian Church (USA). Youth from churches across the country come together for this life-changing, life-giving, faith-growing gathering! This is a week that feeds young disciples and shapes their leadership gifts. Participants are invited into a deepening life of discipleship and service to the world.
For our Seattle Presbytery Delegation, we invite participants from all Seattle Presbytery Churches and Fellowships. There is no limit on the number of students per church. We are also interested in accommodating an engaged adult advisor from as many churches as possible.
Learn more about Triennium by visiting www.presbyterianyouthtriennium.org
Five days of CONVERSATION, RECREATION, LEARNING, WORSHIP AND FUN! Drawing from the rich and diverse theology, history and education of the Presbyterian tradition – the Triennium experience is packed with the information students long to explore!
Digging into faith through a variety of activities and experiences – all focused around the theme “Here’s My Heart” (Recognize the line yet? Hint: It’s a lyric from a classic tune / hymn we sing!) participants at the Triennium will re-enter their lives with a fresh sense of inspiration grounded in the context of personal and communal worship!
Presbyterian Youth Triennium is a gathering for high school age youth (entering 9th grade through graduated 12th grade) from the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the Cumberland Presbyterian Church that occurs every three years. All participants must be registered through a local presbytery or church delegation.