12th Annual National Fellows Conference
-- Individual Attendee Registration --
About the Conference
Each year, the community of fellows programs gather together in the Washington DC area for the TFI National Fellows Conference. Occurring near the end of the program year, this conference is a time for fellows to see old friends, reflect on all that has been learned, and prepare for life after the program. Most fellows programs use this time to tour the Capitol Region, visit elected representatives, and learn about some of the global companies and nonprofits in this area. PLEASE JOIN US!
Dates and Location
April 26 - 28, 2019
Hilton Crystal City at Regan National Airport
Registration and Cost
This event is for the fellows currently involved in the TFI network of fellows programs and the leaders of those programs. As such, most of the registration for this event is handled by the program directors.
If you are interested in learning more about this event because of your interest in starting a new fellows program or in becoming a sponsor, donor, or partner, please contact us by clicking here.
If you have been invited to attend this conference as an individual or incoming program director, please register using the blue registration button above.
The TFI National Fellows Conference costs $135pp, which includes all sessions and meals (dinner on Friday, breakfast Saturday, dinner Saturday). A block of hotel rooms have been reserved for fellows and program leaders. Room reservations must be handled by the program directors with the hotel directly.
• Friday, April 26: Evening Dinner and Program. Keynote: Rev. Dr. Ince
• Saturday, April 27: Morning Program
• Saturday, April 27: Afternoon Free in DC
• Saturday, April 27: Evening Dinner and Program. Keynote: Rev. Dr. Kim
• Sunday, April 28: Worship Service on Your Own
Rev. Dr. Irwyn Ince. Irwyn Ince began his career as an engineer and project manager. Sensing a call to ministry he helped plant City of Hope Presbyterian Church in Columbia, MD. During seminary, he developed a personal mission statement that still guides his work: “The ministry of reconciliation as demonstrated in the local church by the gathering of people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and ethnicities is the natural outworking of a rich covenantal theological commitment.” He now shares this vision as pastor and director of the Grace DC Institite for Cross-
Cultural Mission. He received his D.Min. from Covenant Theological Seminary; his M.A. in Religion from Reformed Theological Seminary; and his B.S. in engineering from City University of New York. He and his wife, Kim, have four children.
Rev. Dr. Walter Kim. Walter Kim is a pastor, scholar, and thought leader with a passion to see the Gospel impact lives, transform communities, and change culture. He currently serves as a pastor at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Charlottesville, VA. Previously, he ministered for fifteen years at Park Street Church in downtown Boston, one of the oldest evangelical churches in America. Walter serves on the board of the National Association of Evangelicals and Christianity Today. Walter received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in Near Eastern languages and civilizations; his M.Div. from
Regent College in Vancouver; and his B.A. from Northwestern University in philosophy and history. He is married to Toni Kim, and they have two teenagers.
Lodging, Meals and Transportation
Your registration fees cover the following meals: Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, Saturday dinner and a boxed lunch on Sunday. Program staff will also receive lunch on Saturday during the director's meeting. Air and ground transportation is not provided by TFI for this event.
Who Should Attend?
This is the annual gathering of all TFI fellows programs. We encourage all fellows to be here with their programs. Program directors, assistant directors, and other program leaders are also encouraged to attend. We look forward to seeing you!