Mosaix' 5th National Multiethnic Church Conference will be held November 8-10, 2022, in Dallas, TX. The triennial event reflects the epicenter of a more than 20 year and still growing Movement in the United States to establish healthy multiethnic and economically diverse churches for the sake of the Gospel.* The conference is among the most anticipated, exciting, and encouraging pastoral leadership conferences of the year. Plan now to bring your entire team (get a discounted group rate) and don't miss this next historic chance to connect with the people and passion driving the Movement today!
1,200+ multiethnic church pioneers and practitioners including church pastors and planters, network and denominational leaders, authors, educators, and researchers, are expected.
By attending you and your team will...
- Gain personal access to the most credible and experienced multiethnic church pioneers, pastors and planters in the United States today, as well as thought-leading authors, theologians and educators;
- Deepen your understanding of the biblical theology, core commitments, and latest research;
- Sharpen your skills by considering best and promising practices, as well as common obstacles and how to overcome them in order to build healthy multiethnic and economically diverse churches through planting, growth and development;
- Tailor the experience to fit your specific interests and contextual needs through by attending pre-conference intensives, entire specialized tracks (four workshops each), individual workshops, and more;
- Renew or establish key relationships with like-minded leaders in order to build our own multiethnic ministry "bullpen" for further connection and resourcing after the conference.
Tuesday, November 8 (1:00 PM) - Thursday, November 10 (4:45 PM), 2022
1870 Rufe Snow Dr, Keller, TX 76248
*Mosaix defines a healthy multiethnic church as one in which people of diverse ethnic and economic backgrounds will themselves to:
- Walk, work, and worship God together as one to advance a credible witness of God’s love for all people;
- Recognize, renew, reconcile, and redeem broken relationships, both interpersonal and collective;
- Establish equitable systems of responsible authority, leadership, governance, and accountability within the congregation;
- Advocate and advance justice, mercy, and compassionate work in the community;
- Embrace the tension of sound theological reflection and applicational relevance in an increasingly complex and intersectional society for the sake of the Gospel.