July 16-20, 2019
at Purdue University
Presbyterian Youth Triennium is a gathering for high school age youth from the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the Cumberland Presbyterian Church that occurs every three years. Approximately 5,000 students from around the country and some global partners will converge on Purdue University for this once in a lifetime event.
Absolute Registration Deadline:
(seriously none will be accepted after the deadline)
Friday, November 30th
Non-Refundable Deposit: $75.00
Must Accompany Your Registration Application
Total Cost: Up to $900
(including air travel, housing, meals, program costs)
Central Florida Presbytery expects to provide
up to 1/3 of your costs.
We hope your church will also provide at least 1/3.
Download the Application Below, Complete it
and Return it with the non-refundable deposit to Central Florida Presbytery.
Central Florida Presbytery
Quarterly Winter Meeting 2018
Tuesday, December 4th
Korean Presbyterian Church
16796 Davenport Rd, Winter Garden
Rev. Aisha Brooks-Lytle
Greater Atlanta Presbytery
9:30 a.m. Worship
“Total Worship. Total Praise.”
Scripture - Isaiah 58:1-12
Revelation 4:1-11 (preaching text)
1:30 p.m. Plenary
Heart, Mind, Body and Soul Worship!
In Revelation 4, we catch a glimpse of the beauty of dynamic worship in the heavenly realm. We will unpack what it means to participate in dynamic worship in our churches by engaging worshipper’s volitionally (heart), intellectually mind, body, and soul. We will discuss the concepts and tools found Bob Rognlien’s book entitled, “Experiential Worship”.
Advent and the Arts Workshop
Celebrating the use of creative arts in worship and education through the season of Advent.
December 5th 9:30 a.m. - Noon
Park Lake Presbyterian
301 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando
The creative arts is a gift for the worship experience of any congregation. Advent is a season filled with awe and wonder. Together we will explore ways to engage the senses and utilize the arts to bring alive the anticipation of the babe born in a manger on Christmas morning. We will discuss the role of music, biblical story telling, drama, visual arts, and the use of physical space to engage communities of faith in telling and retelling the story of Christ’s birth. We will work through passages of scripture surround the Advent season and utilize resources and ideas to take back to our local congregations.
Please register for the Advent and Arts Workshop by Monday, December 3rd.