Progress, Pushback, Possibilities: A preliminary look at the 222nd GA

On Saturday morning at the 2015 Covenant Conference, national organizer Tricia Dykers Koenig offered an early look at the Covenant Network’s priorities at the 222nd General Assembly (2016), which will meet next June in Portland, Oregon.

2015 Covenant Conference Video – All sessions NOW ONLINE

The plenary sessions of the 2015 Covenant Conference, Unity Matters: Living into God’s Future … Together, will be available online! Access the livestream at http://www.comf5.com/live/live-connections.

Announcing the Workshops at the 2015 Covenant Conference

The leaders: Mark Achtemeier, Susan Barnes, Michelle Bartel, Bill Calhoun, Meghan Foote, Beth Hessel, Cliff Kirkpatrick, Ken Kovacs, Kimberly Bracken Long, David Maxwell, Carol McDonald, J. Herbert Nelson, Gradye Parsons, Ann Philbrick, Paul Roberts, Libby Shannon, Patti Snyder, Lucy Strong, Landon Whitsitt, Layton Williams.

Participants at the Covenant Conference, November 5-7 at Central Presbyterian Church in Denver, will be able to choose two workshops from among a superb line-up. Check it out!

Living History at the Covenant Conference

At the 2015 Covenant Conference — November 5-7 at Central Presbyterian Church in Denver, Colorado — you will be able to have your own story added to the chronicles of the PC(USA). The Presbyterian Historical Society will be present, interviewing conference participants for the Society’s Living History Films series.

Register for the Conference before October 1 for the regular rate.

Join us November 5-7, 2015, in Denver!

Your chance to save on registration for the Covenant Conference, to be held in Denver November 5-7, lasts through Labor Day.

Read the article for more information about ways to connect, participate, and support the conference.

Pre-Conference Workshops in Denver

Plan to come early to Denver so that you can join us from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 5, for one of two theological conversations. Professors from two of our PCUSA seminaries are planning in-depth conversations. Choose “Radical Reconciler: Reading the Bible as the Word of God,” led by Cynthia L. Rigby, or “Inclusive Wedding Services,” led by Kimberly Bracken Long.