Triennial 2015

In less than a year, hundreds of pastors, missionaries, leaders, and delegates will gather in Sacramento, California, for the 2015 Triennial Conference. Registration materials will be made available this fall. Many though have started to ask questions about the location of Triennial. So here are some details to get you up to speed.

Triennial Hotel - The Hyatt Regency Sacramento

“Situated across from the California State Capitol, the newly-renovated Hyatt Regency Sacramento is a contemporary urban hotel and resort in Sacramento. The AAA Four Diamond luxury hotel is located in the city's vibrant downtown area.

Hyatt Regency Sacramento offers passionate hospitality and inviting spaces where everyone gets the VIP treatment. Fresh from a top-to-bottom renovation, our stylish hotel features modern guestrooms. Soak up the California sunshine at Sacramento's only resort-style pool, soak in the hot tub and relax in a shaded cabana on the landscaped sun deck. After a workout in the fitness center, relax and revitalize in the peaceful wellness spa.

When you want to explore downtown Sacramento, you’re just steps from the city’s exciting shopping, restaurants theaters, landmarks and attractions – from Old Sacramento to the Crocker Art Museum.” (Excerpted from the Hyatt Regency Sacramento website)

Purposes and Passions

Most NAB Updates pull you into information about current activities of the North American Baptist Conference. In this update, we want to remind you, and ask you to reflect on the purposes of our conference of churches.

The following is the NAB’s official statement regarding her purpose:

The mission of North American Baptist Conference of churches (NAB or Conference) is to glorify God by making disciples of Jesus Christ at home and internationally.

The vision of our conference is to transform communities through healthy, Christ-centered churches that reach the lost for Jesus, develop Godly leaders, and multiply ministries around the world.

There are six core values that guide us in our mission to make disciples for Jesus Christ:

1. We value making new disciples. (Matthew28:18-20; Mark 16:15; Luke 24:47)

2. We value building future leaders. (Matthew 9:37-38; II Timothy 2:2)

3. We value deepening our God-centeredness. (Matthew 6:33; Colossians 2:9-10)

4. We value working together. (I Corinthians 3:9; Philippians 1:5)

5. We value developing Great Commission stewards. (Mark 12:41-44; II Corinthians 8:2-15)

6. We value showing compassionate care. (I Corinthians 12:25-26; Galatians 6:2; Philippians 2:1-2)

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