The Forge Conference Set for Houses of Worship

OCEAN GROVE, N.J.— The Forge Conference will take place Sept 30 – October at Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association in Ocean Grove, New Jersey
on September 29th beginning with a 9:00 PM meet and greet. Registration opens at 9:00 AM September 30 with the first session beginning at 10:00 AM. The final session will conclude on
October 2 at 4:15 PM.

The Forge Conference sessions will cover Audio Production, Lighting, Video, Media, Social Media, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Marketing, Small Groups, Worship, Worship Leading, Round Table discussion and interviews, Heart Issues, Taking Risks, Hope, Faith, Action and tons more! We have some of the most amazing people in the industry bringing their expertise and years in the trenches to this conference.

Speakers include Jose Perez, Brenton Brown and Band, Joel Auge, Doug Gould, Joel Klampert, Adam Fagan Kela, Jack Osteen, Scott Hoffman, Jim Weiveris, Fred Mckinnon, Mike Kim, Sheri Gould, Mckendree Augustas, Grant Norsworthy, Travis Paulding, Mike Overlin, Dan Wilt, Shannon Lewis, Jonathan Lee, Karinne Patel, Tom Stanziano, Kent Morris, David McCauley, Keith Minnick, Matt Boswell, Kent Margraves, Jennifer Scoggins, Debby Berry, and Geron Davis.

Sponsors include ACIR Professional, Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Yamaha Corporation of America, Integrity Music, Aviom, Audio-Technica, Worship MD, Sennheiser, and Media Shout, to name a few.

On Friday October 1, a concert will be held featuring Brenton Brown, Joel Auge, Mckendree Augustas, Jonathan Lee and Pnuema. The concert is included in conference cost. All others can buy a ticket for concert only that alone www.sa1.seatadvisor.com.

To encourage more local attendees, the Cost has been reduced to only $67 per person and this includes the Friday evening concert.

For more information and to register, visit www.theforgeconference.com.

For information on Ocean Grove, visit www.oceangrove.org.

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