This is a Fall youth retreat that usually is held in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
This weekend is a retreat for the youth of the Presbytery of the Alleghenies.
This is a youth retreat organised by the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Presbyteries and held every winter.
Scheduled in the last week of the year, Winter Conference is held at Camp Lakeview near Columbus, Indiana. Over four days, the youth have opportunity to hear a series of messages from a guest speaker, to be challenged in the faith, and to build friendships and community.
Retreats for the CY of the Midwest Presbytery.
This is an annual winter conference for the young people of the Pacific Coast Presbytery.
TFW is an annual weekend of intensive theological study for high school juniors and seniors. TFW aims to solidify the student’s understanding of and commitment to the doctrines and distinctive principles of the RPCNA and promote readiness for discussion in college and the workplace.
The aim of the Theological Foundations for Youth (TFY) program of the Reformed Presbyterian Seminary is to educate the young people of the RPCNA on the churches history and the distinctives of the denomination, an important component in attracting the next generation of Church pastors and leaders to RPTS!
An annual retreat for the women of the Midwest Presbytery.
The annual family conference of the Great Lakes-Gulf Presbytery is held in Campbellsville, Kentucky.
The annual family camp of the Midwest Presbytery at Golden Bell Camp in Divide, Colorado.
An annual family camp of the Midwest Presbytery at Crooked Creek Christian Camp, Washington, Iowa.
This is the annual family camp of the Presbytery of the Alleghenies at Laurelville Church Center in Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania.
Pacific Coast Presbytery’s summer conference is in Bellingham, Washington.
White Lake Covenanter Camp has provided a Christian camp experience since 1917. Our aim is to encourage and develop love for Jesus, knowledge of the Christian faith, and the ability to love one another.
RP International Conference is a six day “family reunion” held every four years. Over 2000 people of all ages, from all over the world, come together to enjoy fellowship focused on the Word of God, the Psalms, and prayer.
This is the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary’s annual conference on the theology and influence of the Westminster Assembly of Divines (1643-1652).