How do I register?
What does the conference pass include?
The conference pass holders will have access to all conference events on Friday and Saturday, March 6-7, 2020. This includes breakfast and coffee both days, Friday Lunch and Dinner, and an early lunchtime Porch Party on Saturday to close out the conference.
Additionally, tickets to the Pre-Conference Dinner and “Theology of Sharing” discussion on March 5th can be added onto the price of conference pass for $25.
*Please note that housing is not included.
Where should I stay?
Is there parking at the Harrison Center?
Tell me about the pre-conference dinner and theology discussion.
I’ve never been to Indianapolis; what should I know?
The Harrison Center is located in the Old Northside neighborhood, just 15 blocks from the center of Indianapolis, and a walk or quick Uber ride from many hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, and Airbnbs downtown.
There are also 3 Bed and Breakfasts in the neighborhood.
Yes! There is a small lot behind the Harrison Center, available first come first serve to conference goers.
The conference will look at building and program sharing from many angles, such as urban development and renewal, financial implications, and logistical structuring. The conference is non-denominational, and on Thursday night an optional pre-conference discussion, “The Theology of Sharing,” will look at the theological reasons behind building sharing.
Indy, “The Crossroads of America,” is a unique, diverse, and centrally located city that has emerged as a Midwestern hub of activity. Still, we have firsthand experience with many common urban dynamics, such as gentrification, low church attendance, and areas of neighborhood blight—experience we want to share with you!