Here you will find resources for many of the conferences programmed by or partnered with Montreat Conference Center. These conference resources are available to everyone. Clicking the link to the resources you would like will bring you to a Dropbox folder or to a page on this website that hosts files and videos. If the conference has been hosted multiple times, you will have the opportunity to choose the year you would like resources from. (if available).
Arts, Music, and Theology is a mission and ministry of Montreat Conference Center. It’s purpose is for to provide the community with educational nourishment via various lectures and lecturers during our summer season. Themes of the lectures span disciplines.
This conference examined the biblical, theological, and sociological understandings of power and the church’s relationship to it.
In October of 2019, Montreat Conference Center hosted CoInspire, the second in a series of conferences addressing systemic racism in the church. CoInspire examined ways that we, as members of Christ’s body, might co-inspire one another to liberate imagination for new ways of being, and examined ways we can conspire to eviscerate the racism within our churches.
The College Conference @ Montreat is one of the largest gatherings of college-aged adults in the PC(USA).
Here you will find resources for many of the conferences programmed by or partnered with Montreat Conference Center. Clicking the link to the resources you would like will bring you to a Dropbox folder. If the conference has been hosted multiple times, you will have the opportunity to choose the year you would like resources from.
Participants received capacity-building tools and resources to work for antiracist transformation in their churches and institutions.
DisGrace was a faithful response to the embedded and structural racism in church and culture. We tackled hidden histories, unaddressed discomforts, and divisions between people and communities.
In a nation still struggling to build bridges between races and heal divisions generations old, how can the church of today answer the challenges King posed in Anderson Auditorium in 1965?
The Middle School Conference promotes an environment in which all participants are encouraged to express their youthful spirit through laughter, energizers, play, music, art, worship, and conversation.
Neighbor explored being Christian in a multi-faith world.
Radical Beauty was a conference comprised of people who believe there’s a better way to engage in dialogue across all sorts of differences, who believe that art can build community and cross divides.
Trent@Montreat is an event about practical ministry for those looking to improve in a particular area or wanting to pick up on some new skills.
The Wee Kirk conference aspires to provide Christ-centered opportunities for inspiration, encouragement, and community among leaders of small membership churches so they can do the same in their congregations and regions.
The Women’s Connection encourages participants to find grace and renewal through reflection, rest, and community.
Worship and Arts explored Advent Year B and the Magnificat.
Youth Conference is a unique gathering of young people from all over the country for a week of study, worship, and recreation. Activities include morning energizers, music, keynote, small group meetings, afternoon recreation activities, and evening worship.