In 2015, hundreds of church administrative leaders from across America will convene to experience The Church Network’s (formerly NACBA) 59th National Conference to be held in the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center.
The 59th Annual National Conference of The Church Network will be held in Music City, Nashville, TN, July 13-16, 2015. The location of the conference will be the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center.
The 2015 conference schedule will be cut by a day but will still be offering a launch session on the opening evening and three days providing three other general sessions and over 75 workshops for administrative leaders and special interest networks. The trade show with 100+ exhibitors will run July 13-15.
More than 100 suppliers of products and services will exhibit at the conference, representing accounting and auditing services, architects, calendaring and scheduling software, church directories, church management services, software, construction companies, flooring, investment and lending institutions, Internet consulting, leadership training, marketing software, property/liability insurance, and more.
More than 80 relevant, well-presented workshops include such subjects as administration, church marketing and publishing, finance and stewardship, legal and tax, human resources, and technology. This year, you can sponsor workshops. You may also apply to conduct an exhibitor workshop.
Environment and Experience
National conference is a time for church administrative leaders to relax and refresh, to renew and build new friendships, to be challenged by renowned keynote speakers, and to gain information about products and services. This environment - Trade Show, conference app, notebook, sponsorships - is a big advertising opportunity.
"The Church Network" (TCN) is the new name for The National Association of Church Business Administration®. NACBA® is an inter-denominational association of churches and individuals which exists to serve the church by promoting the highest level of professional competence in individuals serving Christ through administration in local churches. If you are involved in any capacity of church administration, or if you desire a professional relationship with NACBA, there is a membership classification for you.