Annual Conference

In 1981 IMN held its first conference at the St. Benedict Center in Madison Wisconsin. This conference provided a common ground for different denominations to meet to discuss new and innovative ideas for interim ministry.

Today IMN is still gathering on common ground with over 26 denominations gathering once a year to discuss what works and revise what does not work in a congregations during the transitional period.

Each conference provides well known Keynote speakers, inter-faith worship services and a wide range of workshops like: Sexual Misconduct, Asset Mapping, Small group Ministry, Conflict Management, Worship Styles, Self Care and many more.

These conferences provide time for each participant to gather within their denomination to discuss denominational policies and practices. There are many social times for the participants to do community building. Many participants look forward to these conference so they can re-connect with friends, develop new connections and learn new ways to enhance their ministry.

Past Programs - Click on the year to view the program

A First-Time Conference Attendee Looks at St. Louis in the Rear-View Mirror

Having been a first-time attendee at the IMN Annual Conference, let me encourage you to attend whenever you can. But first, let me give you some of my personal background.
IMN 2018 Conference Reflections Philip Miller

The pictures below are from the 2015 Annual Conference in Linthicum, Maryland, June 15-18, 2015. To view the picture hover over them, when you see the hand then click and hold to move the pictures. 

2020/11/09 10:30:00

These are times that can challenge and divide our congregations. We are called into new understandings and new ways of leadership. As leaders in times of transition, we must be equipped to offer deep listening, curiosity, inspiration, healing and hope. Use this time to increase your self understanding. Refresh your skills to help your faith communities navigate this journey of discovery and change. Renew your commitment to equip faith communities to heal and look to a future of possibilities.


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