If you do not register, you can still attend Congress. However, registering allows you to enjoy and take part in everything the weekend has to offer – AND – you will receive a mileage grant which will help cover the cost of your travel to Atlanta!
If you have children between the ages of 6 months and 6 years old and wish for them to be part of the child care, they must be registered for Congress AND registered with the child care provider by May 1.
Yes, everyone is welcome to attend Congress! They can register themselves through the website, or you can add their names to your own registration. Payment can be made online when signing up – to get started, click here!
*Non-Salvationists – those who are not currently affiliated with a corps.
Children 6 months to 6 years must be registered by May 1st – through the Congress event page AND through the child care provider.
Children 7-17 years of age must be registered on the website by May 1st.
Please Note: Walk up registration for child care and youth gatherings will not be offered at the event.
Those wanting to receive a mileage grant have to be one of the first 4,000 people registered by May 1st.
Registration for adults has no deadline – registration will also be available on site Friday for last minute attendees.
The registration fee for Congress is $50 per person regardless of age. If you are a Salvationist/attend a corps, your corps officer will collect payment at a later date. If you do not attend a corps or Adult Rehabilitation Center, payment may be made online during the registration process.
Yes! We are happy to offer a mileage grant to the first 4,000 registered (by May 1) delegates who register through a corps. No need to apply – just by registering you are qualified for the grant.
While we’d love for you to join us for this amazing weekend, we know that sometimes life gets in the way. Should you have to withdraw from the event, let your corps officer know and ask them to cancel your registration. A refund will be issued if payment had already been made.
We know that there are financial burdens that might make it hard for your corps to send delegates. To help defray those costs, we’re offering mileage grants to the first 4,000 registered delegates. As for the $50 registration fee, cost of food and lodging – if you can’t contribute personally – reach out to your corps officer and see what the opportunities there are for fundraising.
Two options – You can either ask your corps officer to include you in the group’s hotel arrangements, or you can make your own. Visit this site to view Congress hotels.
Once you have submitted your registration form, you can add people under your name by signing into your account, clicking on page 2 and then adding the names. If this does not work, please contact Freda Bullock ([email protected])
Divisional Liaisons will receive updated reports every Friday afternoon.
Mileage is being determined by the number of miles between your corps and the Infinite Energy Center. Delegates will receive this grant after Congress weekend (more information to come).
Retired officers may receive financial assistance through the mileage grant.
Yes! We’re pleased to announce that the first 4,000 delegates registered by May 1 through a corps will receive a mileage grant. Please see the Registration section of this page for more information.
Yes, we will be offering translation in Spanish and Korean.
Absolutely! The weekend is chock full of things to see and do, with activities for all ages. Click on Gatherings in the main menu to read up on more specific opportunities to engage!
Yes, childcare is available for those between the ages of 6 months and 6 years old and at no cost. PLEASE NOTE: To utilize this service, your children must be registered through the Congress website AND through Accent on Arrangements (Congress child care provider) by May 1st.
For more information, please select Gatherings in the menu.
Non-officers: Expect to dress casually for most of the weekend. Sunday, we encourage you to wear your uniform!
Hmmm… let’s see! First up should be your Bible, your uniform if you wear one; if you have a portable phone charger, pack one for those long days – and maybe a light jacket if the meeting room is chilly. And maybe a portable fan because it’s Hot-lanta, after all.
Let’s break it down!
Yes, more info to come!
Trade South will be located in Exhibit Hall C during Congress weekend. Their hours are:
Shop now at mytradesouth.com
Bless your heart, we’re glad you asked! We’d love to have you our team. Please contact [email protected] to learn more on how you can volunteer!
Yes, there is parking at the Infinite Energy Center and it’s FREE! However, due to ongoing construction, the number of spaces are limited. We suggest carpooling when possible and/or arriving early to ensure you secure a parking spot!
No firearms, alcohol or outside food. Make sure to check out the venues A-Z guide to ensure you’re prepared for the Congress weekend!
Absolutely! In fact, we broke down options for you:
Yes! Congress will be live-streamed on the Call to Mission Facebook page. Follow now to stay up to date and in the know on all things Congress!
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For more information, please contact your divisional liaison:
ALM – Captain Lorie Hunter – [email protected]
AOK – Major Doris Lawrence – [email protected]
FL – Major Cameron Henderson – [email protected]
GA – Captain Philip Canning – [email protected]
KT – Major Bobby Jackson – [email protected]
MWV – Major Lynda Thornhill – [email protected]
NCV – Captain Nicole Bell – [email protected]
NSC – Major Bethany Hawks – [email protected]
TX – Lt. Colonel Ronnie Raymer – [email protected]
ARCC – Major Liz Wilson – [email protected]
EBC – Major Ed lee – [email protected]
THQ – Freda Bullock – [email protected]