HomeNews & UpdatesChurch Tech Market UpdatesSALT Conference Announced: November 2-4, 2022 in Nashville

SALT Conference Announced: November 2-4, 2022 in Nashville


SALT Conference bills itself as the creative conference for the church. Its purpose is to gather those in the creative, technical, and communicative arts of the church and identify how to leverage our creative gifts for the sake of the local church.

If you are part of the team that makes Sunday happen week to week, or helps in the sharing of your church’s story online or throughout your community, then SALT Conference may be for you.

SALT is a 3-day experience with main sessions, workshops, community groups, vendors, and more. In the main sessions, worship and keynote speakers present core messages. The workshops include over 50 sessions of practical and philosophical topics designed to help solve ministry problems.

Lastly, SALT convenes community groups which aims to provide a space where you can connect and engage with other creative and technical leaders from around the nation. There is time to network and collaborate with others in the SALT community.

This year, SALT will be held November 2-4, 2022 in Nashville. Registration is available online.

Attendees are encouraged to take advantage of negotiated SALT 2022 rates at the following hotel:

Holiday Inn Express ($124/night)
6.7mi to SALT / 21mi to Nashville
615 E Main St
Hendersonville, TN 37075

The SALT Conference event is being held at Long Hollow Baptist Church. The address is: 3031 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville, TN 37075.  Parking is free.

If you are flying to attend SALT, you can use Nashville International Airport (BNA). The conference venue is approximately 25-40 min by car to Long Hollow Baptist Church.

Registration is available online at SaltNashville.com

Are you going to SALT 2022? Let us know in the comments.

CTT Staff
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