Calendar

Below is a list of upcoming 2020 events for Mark Yaconelli.  To book Mark for a retreat, speaking event, or consultation go to the contact page.

January 17-19. Austin, TX. Mark will lead a retreat for young adults on behalf of the 787 Collective at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

January 25. Ashland, OR. The Art and Craft of Personal Storytelling. This one day workshop is open to the public. Information here.

February 13th. Ashland, OR. The Hearth’s 10 Year Anniversary Celebration. Mark will host the evening. Information here.

February 17-19. Los Angeles, CA. Mark will lead a retreat for facilitators within the Thriving Leadership program of Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary.

February 20-21. Minneapolis, MN. The Power of Personal Storytelling for Congregational Leaders. A two-day workshop for congregational leaders sponsored by Lutheran Seminary.

February 22. Minneapolis, MN. The Art and Craft of Personal Storytelling. A public workshop sponsored by Faith and Leadership program at Lutheran Seminary. Information and registration here.

February 27-29. Princeton, NJ.  Storylab. A training in community storytelling for congregational leaders. The training is open to the public. Sponsored by the Zoe Project at Princeton Theological Seminary. Information here.

April 19-24. Ashland, OR. The Hearth presents The Certificate in Community Storytelling. This intensive training in the skills, methods, and sensibilities of community storytelling is limited to thirty-five participants. For more information go here.

July 26-August 8. Montreat, NC.  Montreat Youth Camps. Presbyterian Church U.S.A. Mark Yaconelli will be the keynote speaker at  weeks five and six.

September 2-4. Reykjavik, Iceland. A two-day workshop on community storytelling for the Evangelical Church of Iceland.

October 19-22. Austin, TX The Art and Craft of Community Storytelling: A Workshop for People of Faith. This will be a four-day training sponsored by Education Beyond the Walls at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Open to the public. For more information go here.