Venn Summer Conference 2019

What’s it all about?

The Christian faith is deep and alive. 

Lived well, it is marked by wonder, imagination, deep thought, humour, insight, rich feeling, service, and love. It has transformed the lives of men and woman for generations: given new energy and meaning to the student at her desk, the worker in his office, the athlete with her team, the writer with his pen, the scientist in her lab.

Venn Summer Conference is an opportunity to unpack this vision for human flourishing and see how it can affect all parts of life. Over seven days of learning, conversation, good food, and fun, you’ll come to see the truth, beauty, and challenge of the Christian life.

What can I expect?

The week-long conference is challenging, life-giving, and creative; it’s for young adults 18-30 years old, is fully residential, and is held in the beautiful Waikato. The conference is dynamic and creative. Across the week, you will be immersed in rich teaching, creative responses, local field trips, and group discussions. You’ll also have plenty of time in the afternoons to soak up the sun and to cool off in Lake Karapiro.

During the week you can expect to:

  • Hear from engaging and thoughtful speakers who love God.
  • Think deeply about the big questions of faith and life.
  • Explore the ideas and stories that have shaped and are shaping New Zealand culture.
  • Be challenged about what you think and how you think.
  • Eat well, laugh loud, talk a lot, and perhaps even disagree at times—all while making new friendships and deepening old ones.

Who will be there?

At Summer Conference we’re privileged to host an exceptional group of speakers from across New Zealand.

The speaker lineup for Summer Conference 2019 is:

  • Andrew Shamy
  • Hannah Chapman
  • Dr. John Dennison
  • Dr. Nathan McLellan
  • Michelle Young
  • Dr. Alistair Reese
  • Dr. Luke Fenwick
  • Dr. Sam Bloore
  • Rachel Kitchens
Event Details
StartJanuary 5, 20194:00 pmEndJanuary 12, 20191:00 pm
St Peter's School
1716 Cambridge Rd

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