Schedule

Full schedule will be released later this month. But we can confirm the basic timeframe:

Pre-Conference Events (11:30am on Thursday 4/27)

Thursday 4/27

5:30pm  –  Registration
7:00pm  –  Opening Welcome by Paul Walker
7:30pm  –  “Rock n Roll All Night, Party Every Day: The Secret of Mockingbird’s Success” – Aaron Zimmerman
8:15pm  –  Dinner (click here to view menu)

Friday 4/28

8:15am  –  Registration
9:00am  –  Morning Talks

  • “Jackwagon Junction: The Losing Battle of Being in Charge” – Sarah Condon
  • “Hiding in Plain Sight: The Lost Doctrine of Sin” – Simeon Zahl

11:00am  –  Morning Breakouts

  • “Hearing Law, Seeing Gospel: A Mockingbird History of Art” – Matthew Milliner
  • “Beneath the Pelagian Surface of Moana” – Charlotte Getz
  • “The Gospel as the Dynamite of Salvation and Vocation as the Scaffolding of the Christian Life: 500 Years of Salvation, Freedom, and Service to Neighbor” – Scott Keith
  • TBA

12:00pm  –  Lunch (click here to view menu)
1:15pm  –  Afternoon Talks

  • Oliver Burkeman
  • TBA

2:30pm  –  Afternoon Breakouts A

  • “Exploring the Oddball World of Leftfield Christian Music (1975-1985), Pt 2” – John Zahl
  • “After God’s Own Heart: Life, Death, and the Gospel in the Story of King David” – Nick Lannon
  • “Science is from Mars, Theology Is from Venus: Perspectives from Psychology and Faith” – Bonnie Poon Zahl & Bethany Sollereder
  • “How to Have (Just) One God” – Adam Morton
  • TBA

3:30pm  –  Afternoon Breakouts B

  • “Reading the Tidal Pool: Poetry in The Mockingbird Journal” – Brad Davis
  • “The Art of Narrative: How to Tell Your Life Story (In a Convincing Way)” – CJ Green
  • TBA
  • TBA

6:30pm  –  Evening Talk: Fleming Rutledge
7:30pm  –  Dinner (click here to view menu)
9:00pm  –  EpiscoDisco: The Encore

Saturday 4/29

9:00am  –  Morning Talks

  • Duo Dickinson
  • Nicole Cliffe
  • David Zahl

11:00am  –  Closing Panel
12:30pm  –  Book Table Closes

11:00am on Sunday 4/30  –  Post-Conference worship service at Calvary.

Location

The Parish of Calvary ~ St. George’s is an historic Episcopal Church located in the Gramercy area of Manhattan. All conference events will take place in St. George’s Episcopal Church at 209 E 16th St.

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