Registration: Washington, DC 2017
Registration for The Amazing Next Conference: Washington DC is now open. To guarantee your student and adult leader spots, choose the number of student spots below, and up to 1 adult leader for each 5 students at no additional charge. Additional adult tickets may be purchased at the current, regular rate.
Online registration requires a $10, non-refundable deposit per student. After the completion of your online registration, if a balance is due, you may pay it in full at the event by check or credit card.
All registration fees are non-refundable, though extra tickets may be transferred to other churches.
Questions about registration?
Need help with the registration process, or just have questions? We’re happy to help. Just shoot Vangela Roeder an email at email@example.com.
Here is what the weekend will look like
5:30pm – Registration
6:30 – Doors Open
6:45 – Leader Meeting
7:15 – Session One: The Heroes’ Journey
8:22- Snack (provided)
9:15pm – Session Two: Good News About a Hero
8:45am – Doors Open
9am – Session Three: The Heroes’ Struggle
10:30am – Seminars 1/2: Science & Faith/Why Do Bad Things Happen?
10:30am – Leader Training: Mark Oestreicher
11:35am – Lunch (provided)
12:30pm – Seminars 1/2: Science & Faith/Why Do Bad Things Happen?
12:30pm – Leader Training: Mark Oestreicher
1:45pm – Session Four: Who a Hero Really Is
3:10pm – Break
3:30pm – Session Five: The Heroes’ Movement
5pm – The Amazing Next Dismissal
The Amazing Next Conference: Washington, DC 2017
October 6-7, 2017
Paying your balance
When registering online prior to October 1, you will be asked only to pay your deposit online. You may pay the balance due in several ways: Bring a check or credit card to the event OR send a check for your balance due to the address provided within 14 days of your registration, and at least 14 days prior to your event. To request an invoice of your balance due, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2467 Wintergreen Ave NW
Salem, OR 97304
Where to stay.
The shared experience is a huge part of this event, so if you are attending this event in your own city, within about a 30-minute drive, we strongly encourage having small groups stay together in their leaders’ homes to keep the continuity and focus of the weekend. You’ll find that your times together in vans and buses, and wherever you’re staying, will be some of your best times together for processing the experience.
If you’re coming from farther away, we’ll provide a list of motels that include a full breakfast on site.