Conference videos are now available!
At the Saddleback CreativeChurch Arts Conference, attendees had unique opportunities to connect and contribute.
In addition to the sessions, workshops, experiences, and performances, we created several special opportunities to connect with your creative tribe, meet new people, and connect with the Creator.
Early Morning Holy Yoga
Connect with God, your body, and others mornings before breakfast.
We included daily on-site community breakfast in your ticket, so that you could get to know fellow attendees right from the start.
Our Connection Room was open all day. You could meet other conference attendees, meet with your team, or just grab a cup of coffee.
After the evening sessions end we lit the fire pits, where you could join in some creative conversation, or listen to or even make some music.
Attendees could connect with others during the special interactiveTreasur(ish) Hunt experience and dinner.
Attendees could connect with God on a prayer walk or during retreat time on the beautiful campus.
We know that many of you have important insights, ideas, and experiences to share about the arts in the church, so at the Saddleback CreativeChurch Arts Conference we created opportunities to contribute to the conversation.
Attendees were invited to contribute a :30 video introducing themselves, their work, and what they hoped to gain from the conference. Videos were shown during the conference.
Attendees could host a conversation on any creative topic at a Convo Table in the Connection Room after each evening’s main session. (Sign up and name your topic when you arrive.)
Attendees could bring a photo album of their work or arts ministry’s work to share in the Connection Room, or brochures or cards for their ministry to leave in the Connection Room.
Attendees could contribute theirr artistic skills to one of our interactive art pieces.
They were encouraged to bring a musical instrument and contribute to late night festivities around the fire pits.
Attendees could contribute their questions and thoughts to the panel discussions