December 27-31, 2022
2022 Theme: Hope
“…an anchor for the soul…”
Hope. It draws our hearts into the future, beckoning us onward with the promise of better days. This year we will use the song O Holy Night as a framework for exploring the idea of hope. We will consider night and darkness; sin and error; pining and longing; the appearance of Jesus; the thrill of hope; this weary world; rejoicing; a new and glorious morning; and falling on our knees.
This year’s Williamsburg Conference explores these and other related ideas. Bring your thoughts, your questions, your Bibles, and your friends, and join us as we consider the purposes, challenges, and benefits of hope.
For over 50 years, the Williamsburg Conference has provided a unique opportunity for praise and fellowship. Attendees explore inspirational topics in exhortations during the mornings and small group sessions during the afternoons. The small group sessions promote discussion in an effort to encourage everyone, young and old, to share their lives and build inter-generational friendships. The sessions focus on the topics from the morning’s exhortations. Group discussions will be built on scriptural foundations.
The Conference has been designed to help us apply scriptural knowledge about God’s precepts to our everyday lives. Let us focus our hearts and minds on worshiping and serving, in preparation for tomorrow and in preparation for the return of Jesus.
Colton & Emily Walker
Jonathan & Corina Midgett
Sam Turner & Lauren Ghent