Dakota Baptist Gathering 2019
October 10, 2019 @ 1:00 pm – October 11, 2019 @ 12:00 pm CDT
Join us this year as we “Find Our One!” There will be short breakout sessions to discuss:
- Finding our one to reach
- Finding our one to disciple
- Finding our one to send
We will also have a Women’s Coffee Thursday from 2-4 pm with Keynote Speaker Sarah Young!
Other Keynote Speakers for this year include:
- Matt Marrs
- Jon Ballard
- Paul Young
The convention hotel for this year is the Fargo Candlewood Suites @ NDSU, 1831 NDSU Research Park Dr, Fargo, ND 58102 (1.1 miles from Temple Baptist). Mention the Dakota Baptist Convention 2019 when reserving a room for the special rate of $84/night (before taxes).
You will want to reserve your room early!! Our Gathering is the same weekend as NDSU’s homecoming.
Other area hotels (not inclusive list, chosen due to price and proximity) include:
Days Inn & Suites – *$95/night (before tax)
1507 19th Ave N – .8 mile from Temple Baptist
Scandia Hotel – *$84/night (before tax)
717 4th St N – 2.0 miles from Temple Baptist
Super 8 – *$60/night (before tax)
1101 38th St NW – 3.1 miles from Temple Baptist
Travelodge Inn & Suites – *$75/night (before tax)
3027 Frontage Rd S – 3.6 miles from Temple Baptist
*Prices from hotel.com on March 13, 2019.
We will be providing childcare again this year.
DAKOTA BAPTIST CONVENTION
Adopted September 21, 2017
ARTICLE I – MESSENGERS
SECTION 1. Each member church shall present to the Credentials Committee of the Dakota Baptist Convention a list of its elected messengers, in keeping with the Articles of Incorporation and Constitution, Article IV.
SECTION 2. Each messenger shall register with the Credentials Committee prior to being seated as a messenger to the Dakota Baptist Convention.
SECTION 3. The Credentials Committee shall review the credentials of registered messengers and make its report to the Dakota Baptist Convention in the first business session of the Annual Meeting.
A cooperating church or church plant shall be defined as follows: (1) The church has affirmed the current Baptist Faith and Message by a vote of its body, and confirmed that vote in writing to the Convention; (2) A cooperating church contributes regularly (quarterly or monthly) to the Cooperative Program and contributes a total of at least $500 each year; (3) A cooperating church reports yearly through an Annual Report (Annual Church Profile; ACP). Churches failing to contribute to the Cooperative Program for a twelve (12) month period, or failing to submit an Annual Church Profile, or failing to affirm the current Baptist Faith and Message will be deemed non-cooperating.