Christ Among Us: Christian Witness in a Complex World

Welcoming Faculty, Families, Singles and Couples

Join a community of faculty and their families for a thought-provoking and encouraging week at Cedar Campus, in beautiful Northern Michigan. Featuring a team of faculty presenters and theologians, the conference will explore the intersection of radical hospitality, spiritual formation, and Christian Witness.

Learn more about our team here.

In the morning, Children will enjoy age- appropriate programming while adults participate in small group & plenary sessions. Afternoons are open for everyone to relax, explore the trails, kayak, and more.  Evenings include a variety of workshops to choose from and space to meet with God.

The conference also features special gatherings for faculty of color, faculty spouses, singles, faculty advisors to undergraduate InterVarsity chapters, and more, providing meaningful connections across a variety of institutions and disciplines.

Participation grants are available to reduce the cost of attending. Transportation to and from Cedar Campus to Wayne County Airport is also available.

What is meaningful to you about the Midwest Faculty Conference? That's just what we asked Dr. Woodall- Schauffler & Ryan Schauffler in the video below before they served as 2019 emcees for the week!

For more information, contact the Director at Emily.Umulis@intervarsity.org.

Conference Location: InterVarsity's Cedar Campus

To learn more about the transition of Cedar Campus, click here.

With 500 acres and six miles of beautiful Lake Huron shoreline, Cedar Campus provides many opportunities for recreation- including kayaking, swimming, hiking, and more.  Located in the wilderness of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and only 45 min from the Mackinac Bridge, Cedar Campus is a special place not only for its beauty, but also because tens of thousands of students and families have met God and have seen their lives changed during their time here.

At Cedar Campus, accommodations range from rustic (camping sites & small cabins with a nearby wash house) to resort-style (with kitchen & bath facilities) and from single-family units to multi-room lodges. At the time of registration, participants are directed to a website to browse and choose a housing option. All meals are included in the costs and are eaten as a community in Willoughby Lodge. Recreation activities, cleaning fees, children’s activities, and more are also included in the Program & Housing costs. Wi-Fi is available on campus and at a local library within Cedarville.

Visit the Register page to learn more about 2019 conference pricing and lodging. 2020 registration will open on January 1, 2020.

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