July 11-14, 2023
Videos of the four worship services along with special baptism and In Memoriam videos are available here.
The 2023 US National Conference was held July 11-14 in Fort Wayne, Ind., where it was held in 2021. Once again, the venue was the Grand Wayne Convention Center in the heart of Fort Wayne.
The conference began on Tuesday afternoon, July 11, and concluded by noon on Friday. Highlights included:
“We value connections with Christians outside of the United Brethren family. We are not separatist in mentality or practice. Rather, we intentionally develop connections with other Christian denominations and groups which are similar in purpose and spirit, so that we can more broadly advance the work of the Great Commission and impact our world.”
Kevin McKay, an Ameriprise Financial advisor, will be available during National Conference to discuss your United Brethren retirement account. To schedule a time to meet with him during the conference, call 260.271.1050.
President, National Association of Evangelicals
The Thursday evening service will involve UB Global staff, missionaries, and others. Frank Yang and Steve Fish will share a keynote message revealing God’s long-envisioned plan for the fullness of the Church which He has invited UBs to come together to accomplish. .
Bishop, US National Conference
Childcare will be provided for babies, nursery, and preschool. We will not be providing any programming for children from Kindergarten through grade 5.
Huntington University would like to invite all current 8-12 graders who plan to attend the UB National Conference to participate in a 4-day residential camp on campus. Lodging and meals will be provided on the campus. The camp will include a variety of recreational activities and trips. Students will get a chance to experience college life, worship and grow in their faith through devotionals and workshops, learn more about preparing for college, and find out about what being a student at HU may be like. Registration is now available.
The 2021 US National Conference was a tremendous success, with over 560 people registered–480-some attending in-person, the rest online. The various links are still available for you to view.
A number of videos have been posted here from the conference. They include: