Slow Church Conference – Indianapolis – April 3-5

We’re excited to announce that we will be hosting a conference on Slow Church at Englewood Christian Church in Indianapolis, April 3-5 (that’s a Thursday evening through mid-day Saturday).

John and I will be the curators of this event, and our aim is to introduce people to theologians whose work has given shape to Slow Church, to draw connections between the work of these thinkers and most importantly, to allow ample time and space for participants to engage in conversation with the basic ideas of Slow Church.

We are offering an Early Bird registration price of only $99
through the end of January !!!

(which includes 6 locally sourced meals during the conference…)


When: April 3-5, 2014

Where: Englewood Christian Church / Indianapolis

Cost:  $99 (Earlybird, through Jan. 31)
$149 (Feb 1 and later)

Keynote Speakers Include:
Christine Pohl, David Fitch, Phil Kenneson, Carol Johnston

(Plus one other distinguished speaker, who will be announced soon)

Please visit the conference website, and register before January 31, if you plan to attend:

Whether you can join us or not, we’d love to get your help in spreading the word…
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Worst Christian Book Covers of 2014…
Alexander Schmemann – Lent is a Time of Slowing Down
Ragan Sutterfield – This is my Body [Patheos Book Club]
Ken Wytsma – The Grand Paradox [Patheos Book Club]
  • Brian Bowman

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