Uniting Leaders 2017

22 August 2017, 11:00 - 24 August 2017, 21:00 ( Add to calendar )



Uniting Leaders 2017 (UL17) is a three day conference featuring keynote speakers, Nancy Beach and Mark Conner.
UL17 also offers a variety of workshops, networking opportunities and time to connect with other Uniting Church ministry leaders.
UL17 is the second conference, in a series of annual Uniting Leaders conferences that seek to grow and develop healthy leaders for growing churches.
Visit the Uniting Leaders 2017 website for more information.

Registration Types

Name Price Quantity

Standard Registration

Price $165.00 Quantity None Available

Student Registration

Student registration available with the appropriate student card.
Price $99.00 Quantity None Available

Group Registration (6 people)

Purchase five, get one registration free.
Price $825.00 Quantity None Available
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Nancy Beach


For over 20 years, Nancy Beach has served as the Programming Director of Willow Creek Community Church in Chicago, building a community of artists who sought to create transformational moments in weekend church services. Nancy also served as a Teaching Pastor, where, on occasions, she delivered the weekend message.

She invested 5 years as a leadership team member of the Willow Creek Association, an organisation that exists to envision and inspire church leaders all over the world. In over 26 countries and on 6 continents, Nancy has shared her passion, teaching at conferences and workshops.

In her book, An Hour on Sunday, Nancy expresses the core vision and values which she believes are foundational to any effective arts ministry. Nancy's second book is titled: Gifted to Lead: The Art of Leading as a Woman in the Church.

Nancy and her husband Warren live in Barrington, Illinois. Their two daughters, Samantha and Johanna, are both artists.

Read Nancy's blog here.

Mark Conner


Mark Conner has been involved in church leadership for over three decades.

Having recently transitioned out of the role of Senior Minister at CityLife Church in Melbourne, Australia, Mark is now giving himself to training, writing and coaching others toward greater fruitfulness.

Mark has a genuine love for people and a passion to help the grow and change. He has a Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theological Seminary.

Mark is married to Nicole and they have three young adult children.

Read Mark's blog here