The Kerygma Summit will be held May 12-14, 2022.
The Kerygma Summit will be held in Franklin, Tennessee (just south of Nashville) at Church of the City's Franklin Campus: 828 Murfreesboro Road, Franklin, TN 37064
There are many hotels to choose from in the Franklin/Brentwood area within 5-10 miles of our conference site and lodging is the responsibility of each guest.
Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite.com using the link above. Early bird pricing is $299 per person (until February 22nd , 2022, after which enrollment will be $349).
You’ll need to print out your paper ticket(s) from eventbrite.com and bring it to The Kerygma Summit for admission; however, after admission you’ll be given a cute Kerygma wristband so you won’t have to worry about keeping up with that pesky paper ticket(s) throughout this 3-day event!
All ticket sales are final purchases.
Due to the in-depth teaching, interactive elements, collaborative environment and multiple break out sessions at The Kerygma Summit, current plans are for it to be a live in-person event only.
No, there’s not an age requirement. However, in light of the in-depth nature of the material that will be presented, it’s definitely more suitable for adult, relatively mature Christians.
Since all of the material taught and presented at The Kerygma Summit will be biblically based, it will apply largely to the whole community of Christ-followers and is rarely gender-specific. However, the purpose and overt theme of The Kerygma Summit is equipping women to be more effective Bible teachers and spiritual leaders. Therefore, the majority of the audience will be female and many of the messages will specifically address them and their needs. But if some kind, respectful, non-disruptive, and well-intentioned brothers in Christ really want to attend, we’ll do our best to welcome them warmly and find a place for them to sit within the sisterhood!
No, the only “requirement” for attendance is a desire to know Jesus more intimately and to communicate the Living Hope of the Gospel more effectively. However, much of the material that will be taught and presented will be in-depth and theologically “chewy,” which means there might be a few moments when we will all feel like we’re drinking from a firehose, so plan on bringing your Bible, a notebook, and writing until your hand cramps! But rest assured, we’ll have plenty of breaks when you can guzzle caffeine and gobble snacks to keep you fortified and energized.
We’ll have coffee, water, and light snacks available throughout the Summit, but all meals are “on your own.” However, there will be food trucks on-site for your convenience and there are plenty of nearby restaurants to choose from.
Check out this link for more information: https://www.seminary.edu/kergyma-summit-with-northern-seminary/