Wednesday, June 25th to Saturday, June 28th
Where: St. Vincent College, Latrobe, PA(Located in the Laurel Highlands,
1 hour east of Pittsburgh.)
When: June 25-28, 2014
Assembly 2014 is an opportunity for Anglicans in North America to gather together for teaching, worship, and fellowship during an important time of transition within the life of our province.
The Assembly is open to all and there is availability for the first 900 registrants. Additionally, there is a parallel teen conference with room for up to 200 participants. We invite you to come and celebrate what God is doing in and through our church.
What to Expect:
Six plenary sessions will be led by a terrific cast of speakers that includes Eric Metaxas, Gary Haugen, Os Guinness, Archbishop Ben & Gloria Kwashi, Andy Crouch, and Amy Orr-Ewing.
Justyn Terry and Peter Walker will open each day with Morning Prayer and Bible teaching, and the Eucharist will be celebrated daily, led by Archbishop Duncan. The evenings will conclude with Evening Prayer and Choral Evensong.
Breakout Sessions, common meals, and on-campus housing make this a good opportunity to strike new ministry partnerships, connect with old friends, or just relax and refresh. June is a beautiful month in the Laurel Highlands region of Western Pennsylvania.
Saying 'Thank You'
This Assembly will conclude Archbishop Duncan's tenure as the first Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America. Friday night's Banquet will be a wonderful time of celebration, and an opportunity to express gratitude for the courageous and sacrificial leadership he has modeled.
By the start of the Assembly,The College of Bishops will have elected the next Archbishop to lead our province. Saturday morning begins with a time of conversation with the newly elected Archbishop and the closing Eucharist will mark this historic transition in leadership.