Summer Youth Mission Trips with Fourth Presbyterian Church

Detroit
June 23–29, 2019

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This trip is for all youth who will be in grades 58 in the fall of 2019. Through our partnership with the Presbytery of Detroit, a team of Fourth Church Youth will spend four days serving and learning around the city, doing such things as sorting clothing donations, landscaping, and serving meals. The trip also includes fun activities like a visit to the Detroit History Museum or a water park (weather permitting). Pastor Rocky and Pastor Matt will be leading this trip.

The suggested contribution toward the trip’s cost is $250 per person.

 

New Jersey
June 23–29, 2019

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Jasclyn Coney will lead this trip for all youth who will be in the grades 912 in the fall of 2019, as well as 2019 high school graduates. Youth will experience doing service in urban contexts like Trenton and Philadelphia, as well as a unique agricultural project, the Farminary in Princeton, New Jersey.

The suggested contribution toward the trip’s cost is $350 per person.

 

Presbyterian Youth Triennium
July 16–20
, 2019

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The marquee youth event for the Presbyterian Church happens once every three years. Thousands of youth from across the U.S. and even the globe converge on the campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana for four days of worship, play, and reflection. It’s literally unlike anything else. Youth who will be in grades 912 in the fall of 2019, as well as 2019 high school graduates, are invited to participate. Pastor Rocky will lead this trip, which will also include youth from across the presbytery of Chicago.

The suggested contribution toward the trip’s cost is $400 per person.

Check out this video about the Presbyterian Youth Triennium.

 

A note about “suggested contributions.” Any student who wishes to participate in a summer trip is welcome, irrespective of his or her contribution toward the costs. The suggested amounts you find here represent fifty percent of the estimated per person cost for programming, recreation, leaders’ expenses, food, travel, and accommodation. The other half of the cost comes from the youth ministry budget.