PAST INTERSECTION CONFERENCES
Each Intersection Conference explores one of our core values and discusses the other values in relation to it.
2019: Missional Ecclesiology
2020: Missional Leadership
2021: Life in the Spirit
2022: Spiritual Formation
Intersection Conference 2017
Costa Mesa, California
Gospel: Jesus’ Gospel of the Kingdom and His Concomitant Aims as a Basis for Discipleship, Mission and Church Renewal.
Together speakers and attendees began reimagining mission in the ACNA with a goal of birthing local Learning Communities that prioritize peer-to-peer learning.
Bishop Todd Hunter: The Foundation for the Conversation
Dr. David Fitch: A Scholarly View of the Intersection of Gospel and Culture
The Very Rev. Kris McDaniel: The Perspective of a Working Pastor/Church Planter
Intersection Conference 2018
Engaging Culture: An Inter-Disciplinary Conversation
We asked seven speakers to explore key areas of cultural engagement in today’s landscape with the goal of reimagining how the Anglican Church in North America relates to culture.
Scot McKnight | Bible
David Fitch | Theology
William Cavanaugh | Worship
Esau McCaulley | Multiculturalism
Jennifer McBride | Witness
David O. Taylor | Arts
Kyuboem Lee | Justice
Intersection Conference 2019
For the Sake of the World: An Anglican Missional Ecclesiology
Eight leading evangelical and sacramental voices explored what it means to be the Church on mission. Through panels and cohorts, attendees gained actionable ideas and practices to catalyze their local church to engage contemporary culture.
Hans Boersma: Proclaiming the Gospel through the Sacraments
Esau McCaulley: Reclaiming Romans as a Missional Document for the Church
William Cavanaugh: Eucharistic Bodies in an Excarnated World
Tish Harrison-Warren: Ordinary Church: How Liturgy and Sacraments Teach Us the Mundane Glory of Mission
Winfield Bevins: Marks of a Movement: Wesley as a Model for Anglican Missional Ecclesiology
David Fitch: Beliefs vs. Practices: How God Shapes a Church For Mission
Bishop Ric Thorpe: The Church on Mission: Reflections from a British, Post-Christian Context
Bishop Todd Hunter
Intersection Conference 2020
For the Sake of Others: An Anglican Imagination for Missional Leadership
Our virtual event focused on Missional Leadership—more relevant than ever in these times of disruption. Speakers integrated the limits, opportunities and implications of 2020, equipping attendees to lead churches toward intelligent, missional engagement in today’s culture. Together we pursued formation into humble, gracious and confident leaders joining God on his mission in the world.
Bishop Todd Hunter: Missional Leadership: Participating With Christ at the Intersection of Gospel and Culture
Esau McCaulley: Race, Politics and Pandemic: Leading as an Anglican Christian
Ashley Matthews: The Posture of Contemporary Missional Leadership
David Fitch: Power and Presence: Core Practices for Missional Leadership