As of today, registration is open for e-Formation 2014, our conference on faith formation for a connected, digital world. We will gather at Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria June 2–4.
This year’s event is going to be even bigger and better than last year. Here are just some of the speakers who will be joining us:
- Sarah Lefton, founder of G-dcast: Meaningful Jewish Screentime
- Meredith Gould, author of Social Media Gospel
- Bruce Reyes-Chow, author of But I Don’t See You as Asian: Curating Conversations about Race
- Sharon Pearson, editor at Church Publishing
- John Roberto of Lifelong Faith Associates
- Randall Curtis, aka “The Holy Geek”
- Robbin Whittington, director of the Center for Spiritual Resources
- Bruce Baumgarten of the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry
- Julie Lytle, author of Faith Formation 4.0
- Tim Schenck, creator of Lent Madness
- Colin Chapman, digital missioner at General Seminary
- Chris Yaw of ChurchNext
- Tom Tomaszek of The Five Loaves
- Peter Turner of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington
- Jay Mallin of Jay Mallin Photography
- Lisa Kimball, Dorothy Linthicum & Kyle Oliver of the Center for the Ministry of Teaching
You can read more about the details of their workshops on our program page.
The full conference rate (includes all meals) is $348, with a 40% student discount available. Those interested in attending Monday or Tuesday only can register for a $125 Day Pass, which does not include breakfast. The special evening sessions with Sarah Lefton and Bruce Reyes-Chow will be free for participants or $10 for the general public.
A limited number of rooms are available on campus; we are currently in negotiations with local hotels about discounted rates. See our Conference Details page for more information.
We have not yet made any decisions about session recordings or participation by webinar. We hope to have this information to you in February or March.
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