Techies unite. In October, the Church IT Network is heading to Atlanta for the 2021 Church IT Conference.
After a virtual conference in 2020, organizers are expecting 300+ church IT, ChMS, Web, Dev, and Online Ministry staff and volunteers to gather. The location is 12Stone Church located in beautiful Duluth, Georgia, on October 13-14.
Church IT Network (CITN)is the leading Church IT organization, with more than 1,500 members from churches of all sizes across North America and beyond. Virtual and in-person registrants have spanned the globe from the states to South Africa and beyond.
The National Church IT Network Conference is being offered for IT/tech team members of churches to connect and learn from peers and trusted technology partners. Impressively, this is the largest single event for Church IT collaboration, inspiration, and community among peers from churches of all sizes and types. In fact, attendees remain connected throughout the year via Slack and other digital means of networking.Register today for the largest conference for church IT collaborations, inspiration, and networking. The National Church IT Network Conference is headed to Atlanta on October 13-14. Click To Tweet
What Others Have Said
Here’s what previous Church IT Conference attendees have declared their favorite part of the gathering:
- Dave from Pennsylvania said “spiritual breakouts” and “great discussions.”
- Katy from Texas announced: “Everything!”
- Attendee Hezekiah wrote: “My favorite thing has always been the relationships I build there.”
Admittedly, registrants are excited to meet again in person and continue building their network.
2021 CONFERENCE DETAILS
The annual event will look a little different from the years past. The gathering will be hosted over two full days vs the typical two and a half days. Additionally, there will be more roundtable discussions, which have always been a meaningful and helpful time for IT pros to begin making connections and sharing practical, front-line tips. In addition, there’s a hard limit on registration slots due to location and time constraints.
Speaker names and bios for the Church IT Conference plenary sessions are not posted yet on the conference website, but there is a notice that it is forthcoming. Author and self-proclaimed “lifetime geek” Don R. Crawley graced the 2019 stage as the keynote speaker.
Want more time to connect? To kick off the conference, all attendees are invited to a pre-event dinner on the evening of October 12.
For those traveling, conference rates are available for local area hotels including:
- Courtyard Duluth Sugarloaf
- Residence Inn Duluth Sugarloaf
- Embassy Suites Sugarloaf
CALL FOR SPEAKERS
Got things to say? A public call for presenters is listed on the website. Interested speakers can submit workshop idea(s) online so that someone from the CITN Leadership team can follow up. New speakers to the event are asked to record a 2-3 min video about the proposed talk topic. Details about the 2021 Church IT Network Workshops/TenTalks Call for Presenters are available online.
ABOUT CHURCH IT NETWORK
The Church IT Network first began as a series of events in 2006 called the Church IT Roundtable (CITRT). Today, the CITN has grown into a network, a peer learning community, of Church and ministry IT people. This network of tech pros comes from the US and all around the globe.
Did you know the Church IT Network consists of 2000+ church staff and volunteers, representing over 1 million churchgoers?
The event website is available at ChurchITNetwork.com/national