Learn about the place and purpose of work in God's kingdom advancing strategies.  Understand how to hear His calling and voice for marketplace transformation.  Discover and discuss how churches are engaging and equipping men and women called to the workplace.

The national revival that began with the Fulton Street Prayer Meeting in 1857 is a major event of Christian history in America. It stands as a link between the "Great Awakenings" of pre-industrial America and the evangelical movements of our industrial and technological world.   A panel of leading historians will ask:  What does Fulton Street tell us about the Gospel in American life, both past and present?


Participants in this track will have the opportunity to be inspired, learn more about prayer, and put what they learn into practice.  There will be a special emphasis on kingdom-focused prayer that can lead to a mighty flood of people coming to Christ.

Compassion/Social Justice                                 
A citywide revival cannot be fully realized without renewing a global mission to the poor, oppressed and weak.  Practitioners in the fields of emergency relief, community development, benevolence outreach and social justice will have a rare opportunity for panel discussion, collaboration and fellowship with like-minded local, national and international leaders.

Church Planting Tracks

Find your place in urban church planting.  Explore how your church can participate in a city-wide church planting movement through prayer, parenting, and partnership.  Discover how urban church planting may be a match for your calling and gifting.

The United Church & The AIDS Pandemic
We will look at local churches that have partnered together with the World Vision Hope Church Alliance.  The HCA in Greater New York has seen thousands of children living in AIDS impacted communities sponsored.  We will examine case studies and strategies for collaboration between churches within cities.