Posted on Tue, Mar 6, 2012
The biggest youth event in the diocese in 20 years
Conspire is a conference for Junior and Senior High Students in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. The conference will take place November 30 – December 2, 2012. The purpose of the conference is to connect with new and old friends alike as well as learn who we are in Christ and how to share that story with others. Throughout the event, you’ll have the opportunity to hear dynamic Big Room talks by Donald Miller, author of New York Times Bestsellers, Blue Like Jazz and A Million Miles In A Thousand Years, worship together, see some Houston sites, attend break out sessions of your choice and so much more! In addition to opportunities for Junior and Senior High, there will be programming for college students, young adults and Youth Ministers. This is the first year of Conspire so come check it out. We are hoping to fill the New Island (Youth Building) at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, Houston with DOT Youth and Youth Workers who love Jesus, want to tell their story and have a great time doing it! Learn more at www.conspireconference.com
More details will be coming, so check back often!
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