ABHMS biennial national gathering offers in-person and virtual conferencegoers uncommon value

Space for Grace 2024 Graphic with Valley Forge TreesVALLEY FORGE, PA (ABNS 03/08/2024)—American Baptist Home Mission Societies (ABHMS) has extended to March 25 the registration period for those desiring to attend its flagship national event, the 2024 Space for Grace & Spiritual Caregivers Conference: “Engaging Intergenerational Faith,” in person. The conference is April 9-11, in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.

The new March 25 registration cut-off ensures that those who want to attend this transformative gathering in person have ample time to do so, according to event organizers. They went on to underscore the uncommon value that in-person conferees will enjoy in return for the $445 attendance fee, including:

  • Six plenary and worship gatherings featuring impassioned speakers renowned nationally and internationally.
  • Three days of learning experiences—a wide selection of workshops and panel discussions on intergenerational ministry topics.
  • Three luncheons, which include celebrations of Judson Press’ 200th anniversary and the recipients of the 2024 Chaplaincy & Specialized Ministry Merit Awards.
  • Daily breakfasts, beverage breaks, and late-afternoon receptions.
  • On-site extracurricular activities and unlimited networking opportunities.
  • Unlimited 90-day post-conference access to recorded sessions, including all plenaries and most learning experiences.

As a hybrid event, the 2024 conference will also be live streamed over its three days. Ministry professionals and faith leaders unable to attend on site can do so virtually in real time. Further, like their in-person counterparts, they will also have unlimited post-event access to all recorded sessions for 90 days. The fee for virtual attendance is $95 per person or $145 for a group.

Please visit the Space for Grace & Spiritual Caregivers Conference 2024 website for further information and to register for either in-person (March 25) or virtual (April 11) attendance.

American Baptist Home Mission Societies partners with American Baptists to promote Christian faith, cultivate Christ-centered leaders and disciples, and bring healing and transformation to communities across the United States and Puerto Rico.

American Baptist Churches USA is one of the most diverse Christian denominations today, with approximately 5,000 congregations comprised of 1.3 million members, across the United States and Puerto Rico, all engaged in God’s mission around the world.