This is a Very Exciting Year for Presbyterian Youth.  It is time for TRIENNIUM 2016.
July 19-23, 2016

For those who don’t know, Triennium is a gathering of Presbyterian Youth that happens every three years at Purdue University.  This group numbers 5,000-6,000 and encompasses rising high school freshmen through college age students as well as international Presbyterian youth.  Triennium offers an opportunity to:

  • travel to a prestigious college campus
  • meet lots of fabulous people
  • experience inspiring programming
  • Go Figure: Triennium Changes Lives!

The Good News is that the Albany Presbytery is sponsoring a delegation to travel by bus to attend Triennium.  There are currently 30 delegates confirmed to go, but there are plenty of seats left on the bus.

Listen to what our Triennium 2013 Delegates have to share:

PYT 2013 Video

Learn More

All the information you need, including an overview of the event, costs, registration forms, etc is listed on the Albany Presbytery Triennium Event Page:

Check out the Triennium Website:

Join the Triennium Facebook group:

If you like what you see, contact your Registrar to learn how to register:
Christy D’Ambrosio

Registration has already begun.

Don’t Miss Your Chance for a Life Changing Experience.  Attend Triennium 2016!

Editorial Note: Here is a complete listing of all the information regarding the Albany Presbytery Delegation heading to Triennium:

About Christy D'Ambrosio

Christy is the official Albany Presbytery Registrar for Triennium as well as the Youth Director for the First Presbyterian Church in Albany. You can reach her at and on her cell phone 518-423-4763.

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