inhabit conference

Thank you for co-creating Inhabit 2016 with us.
Our hearts are full!

An exciting movement is growing across North America as churches from every background join the ongoing work of God in their neighborhoods—a movement that explores the potential for change in the unique facets of every community.

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Our hearts are full from the stories, conversations, prayers, and renewed imagination that emerged as we convened from neighborhoods across North America and around the globe. Thank you!

There were so many beautiful stories and inspiring ideas to take in this year. You can relive some of your favorites through #Inhabit2016 on Facebook and Twitter, and be sure to check out Caleb Dodson’s photos of our time together here. Big thanks to Caleb for capturing the weekend so beautifully!

We began recording episodes for our new podcast during Inhabit and we are very excited about launching this summer!  If you’d like share about your experience at Inhabit, the work you do in your neighborhood, and what you are learning about practice, presence, and place — we’d love to interview you. Email our Content Coordinator, Beau Denton (bdenton@theseattleschool.edu) to get in the queue!

If you are already looking forward to next year’s gathering or if you weren’t able to make it this year but know you don’t want to miss out again — registration for Inhabit 2017 is open. Be among the first to register and for a limited-time get the special family-rate of $99.

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Inhabit 2016 Recap

It was such an honor to gather with so many of you once again at Inhabit. Here, Content Coordinator Beau Denton reflects on why he loved our time together this year, and on a few of the things we’re looking…

Leadership in the New Parish

A missional, immersive year-long training experience designed to embolden place-makers with a heart for developing faithful presence and restoring shalom in neighborhoods.

The application fee is waived for the Inhabit tribe with the code NEWPARISH.

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conspire

Awakening our collective imagination for how to join in God’s renewing, restoring, and reconciling work in our neighborhoods.

May 3-5, 2016 in Cincinnati, OH

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Humanity Through Community

A bi-annual gathering to engage what it means to be human as we work toward living, working, and leading in culturally responsive ways.

June 4, 2016 at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology

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Reimagine

ReCall Your Purpose, ReMember Your Team, ReNew Your Parish

An in-depth, hands on workshop to enliven the local church.

June 17-18, 2016 at St. Andrew’s Hall in Vancouver, BC.

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