That's right, Early-bird registration for what will be the biggest and best Biennial Assembly and RIC Convention yet, Hearts on Fire, will close on March 15th. Prices will rise after that to the standard rate.
To register, go to the Hearts on Fire website. You can either complete the registration online and pay with a credit card, or download the registration forms so you can mail them in with an accompanying payment. It is that simple.
Registering early ensures that you will have a space at Hearts on Fire, saving money as well.
Registering early ensures that you don't miss the dynamic presentations of our keynote speakers, including Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire Gene Robinson, Rev Kelly Fryer, Bishop John Selders of the Church of God, and Rev Gladys Moore.
Registering early ensures that you can participate in the outstanding workshops, Bible study, uplifting services with more than 500 worshiping, excellent liturgical music, business convocations that will set the direction for our advocacy work for the next biennium, and the sharing of best practice with others committed to full inclusion. And there's the wondrous training by Rev Tiffany Steinwert, enabling you to link the telling of your story to advancing the certainty of a Spirit-led movement to full inclusion.
Registering early ensures that you will meet friends you already know and friends you have yet to meet.
And don't forget to consider coming early and participating in the pre-assembly, day-long events like Couple Care, Ministerium, and in-depth anti-racism training "Finding the I in the Middle of Racism."
And there will be Vacation Bible School, Child Care, spiritual counseling, prayer and fellowship.
There is even the possibility of coming to San Francisco early enough for Gay Pride and staying through at San Francisco State University for Hearts on Fire.
So, put your fingers to your mouse and keyboard and register Early Bird before the price hike.
See you in San Francisco…