St. Louis, June 12-13, 2016
The Southern Baptist Conference of Associational Leaders (SBCAL) has a long-standing relationship with the SBC, its agencies, institutions, and associations. The SBCAL is recognized as the foremost networking, fellowship, and equipping organization for the 1100 Southern Baptist associations across North America. The SBCAL sponsors an Annual Conference a couple of days prior to the Annual Meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) each year in the city where the SBC is meeting.
The purpose of the SBCAL is to equip, encourage, and inspire Associational Leaders while providing opportunities for fellowship, networking, new DOM Training, and peer-to-peer learning.
Future Conference Dates and Cities include:
June 11-12, 2017 Phoenix, AZ
June 10-11, 2018 Dallas, TX
June 9-10, 2019 Birmingham, AL
June 7-8, 2020 Orlando, FL
FAQ's and Policies:
Spouse Admission: Spouses are invited to participate in the conference free of charge. Since spouses are free, click only "1" for the quantity of paid tickets. On the registration form you'll be asked if your spouse is attending and subsequently prompted (if applicable) for their full name.
Refunds: We do not offer ticket refunds but encourage you to transfer the event ticket to someone else.
Photo and Video Policy: The SBCAL regularly takes photos and shoots video during its events as a means to gather materials for promotional and production purposes. Accordingly, during your time at this event you and other participants may be photographed or videoed. Therefore, every participant of SBCAL events, by registering for the event and/or attending the event, acknowledges and agrees that these photos and videos may be taken and used in SBCAL products and promotional materials. If you have registered others on their behalf, it is your responsibility to notify them about this agreement, policy and practice.
Childcare: Childcare is not available. Children under 12 are discouraged from attending this event.
E-Mail Policy: Providing your email address will allow future periodic email updates from the SBCAL.