The Formed Conference

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Frustrated by about the state of our culture?
want answers as to what 's really going on?
Want to know how to engage your community for the truth?

join us for the next formed conference

Formed helps craft courageous, resilient, and compassionate leadership for today’s culture, affirming biblical truth, defining and exposing the issues deeply affecting the Church and society, and providing a biblical way forward to Gospel-centered freedom and healing. Conference speakers will highlight the biblical meta-narrative of Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Restoration, helping you know how to both commend biblical truth and courageously engage the fallen culture in the spirit of the Prophet Daniel. 

Some of these topics include body, gender, and sexuality; Christian responses to critical theories; the concept of justice and equity; and Anglicanism’s relationship to reformation. The conference answers questions on how the Bible informs all these responses and presents the North American Anglican experience, with its headlong plunge into heresy through the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada, and its restoration through the Anglican Church in North America. 

join us October 21-22, 2022 

St. Andrew’s Anglican Church in Fort Worth, TX

location information:

St. Andrews Church

917 Lamar St.

Ft. Worth, TX 76102

Hotel reservations can be made by clicking on the link below (the cut-off date to reserve a room for this conference is September 30, 2022):

The Omni Hotel

1300 Houston St.

Ft. Worth, TX 76102

Room Rate: $239

Group Reservation Link:

https://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/fort-worth/meetings/aac-formed-conference-10212022

1-800-THE-OMNI (843-6664)

our speakers
The Rev. Cn. Phil Ashey

Canon Phil Ashey is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Anglican Council. Phil’s focus and passion is to develop Biblically faithful leaders at all levels of the Church—both here in North America and across the Anglican Communion.

Dr. Adam MacLeod

Adam J. MacLeod is Professor of Law at Faulkner. He is also a Senior Scholar and former Thomas Edison Fellow at the Center for Intellectual Property x Innovation Policy at George Mason University and a Research Fellow of the Center for Religion, Culture, and Democracy.

The Rev. Hans Boersma

Hans Boersma is a theologian and experienced preacher, the Saint Benedict Servants of Christ Chair in Ascetical Theology at Nasthotah House in Wisconsin, and was the J. I. Packer Professor of Theology at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Richard C. Baker

Richard Baker is a founding partner of Mauck & Baker, LLC. The majority of Richard’s clients today are churches and religious ministries. His practice focuses on helping churches and not for profit organizations navigate the complexities of today’s highly regulated environment. 

*Georgette Forney will lead the Anglicans for Life break out session. Other break out session details forthcoming.

Testimonials

What our participants say

"The formed conference was a unique opportunity for clergy to come together and wrestle through pressing issues affecting the church. Learning about our history as Anglicans and listening to elder statesmen in the faith was a great blessing for us younger clergy striving to walk faithfully in these confusing times."
The Rev. philip hanner
Rector, Anglican Church of the Redeemer, Chattanooga, TN
“We need to speak truth to people, to help lead and guide them where they are, but also to point them to Christ through the Scriptures. We have to know that the Word does not return void, and this conference helps remind us of that.”
Janie williams
Church Planter,
Anglican Diocese of the South, Jackson, TN
“This conference has an eye towards helping clergy and parishioners face the challenges of this cultural moment. What are the resources we have that can address these issues in the Anglican tradition? This panel helped us tap into those resources, and we heard from great thinkers address those very issues pastorally and intellectually. It’s a great gift for all of us.”
The rev. andrew thebeau
Rector, Sts. Peter & Paul Anglican Church, Arlington, TX
Keep alert, stand firm in your faith, be courageous, be strong. Let all that you do be done in love. - 1 corinthians 16:13-14

Want to host a Formed Conference at your Church? Need more information? Contact the Rev. Canon Mark Eldredge today!