September 8-9, 2017
The Resort & Conference Center | Hyannis
Countdown to Conference
Worship is more than just a time of singing that precedes a sermon. It is an orientation and a way of life.
Worship starts with an understanding of who God is, who we are in respect to Him, and how we ought to approach Him.
Since worship is primarily about God, we must then ask the question, “What does God think of our worship?”
This year at our annual Bible conference we invite you to join us for a time of worship and most importantly an opportunity to discover what worship truly is.
The Resort & Conference Center at Hyannis | 35 Scudder Avenue | Hyannis, MA 02601
Relax and rejuvenate at Cape Cod’s newly remodeled resort. The Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis is located on 52 beautifully landscaped acres in historic Hyannis, Cape Cod, MA. Hyannis is the historic summer home of America’s first family the Kennedy’s. The Resort is a very short distance from the Kennedy Compound, Kennedy Museum, ferries to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard and the historic waterfront district. The resort is just steps away from all of Main streets shops, boutiques and restaurants. Take a relaxing stroll on some of Cape Cod’s finest beaches located only minutes from our front door.
The resort boasts 232 contemporary designed guestrooms & suites equipped with modern granite and tile baths and plush pillow top mattresses. In room amenities include, wireless internet access, 32” flat screen TV, refrigerator, private balcony or patio, etc. On property amenities include, indoor and outdoor pools, full service spa, health club and golf course. We are centrally located and only 90 minutes from Boston’s Logan International Airport and TF Green Airport, Providence, RI. Our fine property boasts 30,000 square feet of meeting space including our state of the art 16,000 square foot Conference Center. With 15 meeting rooms and an 11,700 square foot ballroom, the resort is perfect for meetings, weddings and conventions.
The Place to Meet, Relax & Play! The Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis is a completely renovated hotel which offers the cosmopolitan flair and conveniences of an urban hotel combined with charm and relaxing pace of a resort destination.
Admission for the conference is listed below. We have meal plan options as well.
If you wish to stay at the resort, you'll find the conference room rates below which include meal plans.
Give our office a call at:
508-362-7070 or send us an email at email@example.com if you have further questions.
Click the button below to register.
The cost of your stay at the resort includes your room, admission, and five meals.
Cancellations for the conference will be accepted until July 31.
All cancellations must be submitted over the phone at 508-362-7070.
Stuart Briscoe was born in the north of England in 1930. After leaving school he embarked on a banking career, served in the Royal Marines during the Korean War and at 17 years of age preached his first sermon. Since that time he has ministered on every continent, written more than 40 books, pastored a church for 30 years and founded a media ministry called Telling the Truth which now broadcasts daily worldwide. He has been married to his wife Jill for more than 55 years and has three children and thirteen grandchildren.
Jared C. Wilson is the Director of Content Strategy for Midwestern Seminary and Managing Editor of “For the Church,” Midwestern Seminary’s site for gospel-centered resources. He was formerly the pastor of Middletown Church in Middletown Springs, Vermont. He is the author of more than 10 books, and he blogs for the Gospel Coalition at The Gospel-Driven Church.
As the author of “Gospel Shaped Worship”, Jared builds a whole curriculum around a biblical theology of worship which reflects his passionate belief that the gospel should be at the center of all that a church does.
Fernando Ortega is a singer-songwriter in contemporary Christian music. He is noted both for his interpretations of many traditional hymns and songs, such as "Give Me Jesus" and "Be Thou My Vision", and for writing clear, easily understood songs, such as "This Good Day". Ortega was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico near the banks of the Rio Grande. He started learning piano at eight years of age. Ortega graduated from Valley High School and The University of New Mexico, where he received his bachelor's degree in music education. It is from his heritage and classical training at The University of New Mexico where Ortega derives his sound- embracing country, classical, Celtic, Latin American, world, modern folk and rustic hymnody.
Friday, September 8th
Pre-Conference Session: Pastor's Meet, Greet, and Eat with the Speakers: 4:00PM
Doors open: 6:00PM
Session One begins - Stuart Briscoe: 7:00PM
Session Two begins - Jared C. Wilson: 8:00PM
Saturday, September 9th
Doors Open: 9:00AM
Session Three: Stuart Briscoe - 10:00AM
Session Four: Jared C. Wilson - 11:00AM
Various Break-Out Sessions: 1:30 - 4:30PM
Session Five: Stuart Briscoe - 7:00PM
With Concert from Fernando Ortega
Sunday, September 10th
Services at Christ Chapel
Sunday School with Adam Miller: 9:00AM
Morning Worship with Jared C. Wilson: 10:00AM