The Centennial Conference on Prayer is set up to have a relaxed atmosphere, a focus on fellowship, and an emphasis on good practical Biblical teaching. Our hope is that those who attend come away feeling refreshed by the fellowship, nourished by the food, and with the ability to apply the biblical knowledge learned directly to their lives.
Check-in will be quick and painless. We will have tables set up to check you in and provide you with a name tag as you enter down the ramp by the parking lot. From there you will proceed to the fellowship hall.
There will be a nursery for children 5 and under provided each day of the conference.
On Saturday, following the music portion of our first session, we will have an opportunity for elementary aged children to participate in a mini-conference for them. We will have crafts, games, music and a Bible lesson for them to enjoy and hear God’s Word applied directly to them.
FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP
There will be three times to enjoy food and fellowship together in the church’s fellowship hall. Directly following check-in there will be a light snack with time to mix and mingle. Upon returning on Saturday morning we will host a light breakfast. After the conference is over on Saturday there will be a $5 lunch held for all attendees who are desirous to do so.
PLENARY SESSIONs AND WORKSHOPS
There will be three plenary sessions led by Rev. Clint Davis,— one Friday evening, one Saturday morning and the other during our regular church service Sunday morning. On Saturday there will be four options for breakout Workshops. In these workshops four pastors and church leaders will lead and help apply our theme of prayer to specific areas of life. You will get to choose two of the four options (notice the two opportunities on the schedule to sign up for these workshops). You can find out more below.
You can find the full schedule here.