“The NAES staff is so warm and helpful.”

— Biennial 2018 Attendee

Thursday, November 5

PLEASE NOTE: WORKSHOPS AND SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
    

Exhibits

HOURS: 9AM–11am, 5:30PM–7pM EST AND ALL BREAKS

Explore the exhibit hall and meet our sponsors and exhibitors. Drop by the virtual booths and say “Hi!” You can also browse exhibits and schedule a meeting at any time during the conference.


Morning Coffee

10AM EST

Before our main program begins, join colleagues from around the country for some coffee and conversation.


Morning Meditation

10:30 AM EST

We’ll get the day off to a positive and affirming start with a brief meditation led by one of our chaplains.


Plenary Session

Welcome • Awards • Keynote Speaker

11:00 AM EST

After a brief message from our Executive Director, we’ll dive into our first of three inspiring keynote addresses.

Walter Earl Fluker

Professor of Spirituality, Ethics, and Leadership
Candler School of Theology, Emory University

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1 HOUR BREAK

12:30 – 1:30 pM EST


Workshops Block A

Featured Speaker: Walter Fluker

1:30 PM EST

Choose from one of several workshops to attend from Workshop Block A, or join Walter Fluker for a follow-on session from his keynote address.


30 MINUTE BREAK

2:30 – 3:00 pM EST


Workshops Block B

Featured Speaker: Reveta Bowers

3:00 PM EST

Choose from one of several workshops to attend from Workshop Block B, or hear from our featured speaker, Reveta Bowers.

Reveta Bowers

Head of School
Center for Early Education

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Conference Worship

4:00 PM EST

Worship is always a highlight of Biennial Conference. This year, the Rev. Mark Jefferson, Ph.D., professor of homiletics at Virginia Theological Seminary, will be our preacher. The Rt. Rev. Susan Snook, Bishop of San Diego, will officiate.

Mark Jefferson

Assistant Professor of Homiletics
Virginia Theological Seminary

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Susan Snook

Bishop
Episcopal Diocese of San Diego

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An Evening with Ketch Secor

5:00-5:30 PM EST

Best known as a founding member of Old Crow Medicine Show, Ketch Secor joins us from his home in Nashville, TN for an evening of song and story. As well as being a Grammy Award-winning musician, Ketch also is the founding Board Chair of the Episcopal School of Nashville.

Ketch Secor

Musician (vocals, fiddle, harmonica, banjo, guitar)
Old Crow Medicine Show

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2020