January 27-29, 2020

 

Phase Family Learning Center

12150 Morris Rd

Alpharetta, GA 30005

 

Price| $279

 

FAQs

What is a NextGen Pastor?

A NextGen Pastor is the person who oversees all ministry from babies through High School. This is the Iperson who leads staff, budget, and programs for everything under adult ministries. If NextGen Pastor isn’t your official title, that’s okay. We have youth pastors who also oversee the children’s ministry or discipleship pastors who oversee kids and teenagers. It’s more about the function than the title.

Can I bring my team?

Nope. NEXT is an invite-only, limited event. There just isn’t enough room and we hope to have as many different churches represented as possible. We also try to create a safe environment where NextGen leaders can talk openly about their experiences, something that’s harder to do when they have fellow staff with them.

What about food and accommodations? What is covered with registration?

Accommodations are on your own. We will provide a few hotel options with a special room block price and some NEXT particiapnts connect and share rooms. After you register, you’ll be added to a NEXT Facebook group where you can reach out to others. Dinner will be provided on Monday (January 27th)and lunch will be provided on Tuesday (January 28th). Dinner on Tuesday (January 28th) is on your own, but you are encouraged to utilize dinner for further ministry conversations.

When should I arrive?

NEXT begins with dinner at 5:30 PM on Monday, January 27th in Alpharetta, GA. If you’ve been to Atlanta, you’ve noticed that there’s a little bit of traffic. If you’re arriving by flight, plan to land no later than 2-3 PM and you’ll make it in time. Earlier is better!

When should I depart?

NEXT will end just before lunch on Wednesday, January 29th. If you’re catching a flight out of town, book any flight after 3-4 PM and you should make it in time. Later is better!

Around the table will be those who have helped pioneer the role of Next Gen Pastor on their church staffs and those who will help guide our conversation about how to effectively lead a team.