2021 NWCU Registration is now open

It has been quite a year, and plans have continued to change, but the National Workshop on Christian Unity will go on for 2021!  We will have an entirely online Workshop which gives us the opportunity to provide you with the same great programming and none of the travel cost.  Though we will miss being with each other physically, we are happy that we have found a way to continue to connect through this new “Covid-world.”  Some of you may have used Whova for other conferences during the pandemic, but if you have not, we promise you will catch on easily and we will provide introductions to the platform before the Workshop begins. The workshop will be held April 12-14, 2021. Please visit www.NWCU.org to find additional information.
Click here to be directed to our Registration page. Registration for this years' workshop is a flat $ 75. No separate Network Fees and no need to select what seminars or plenaries you'll attend. Your registration fee provides access to all program content. As our schedule for the week continues to develop, here is the current overview our programming.  Please consider subscribing to our website to be notified of upcoming workshop information and workshop updates throughout the conference.
If you registered for the cancelled 2020 Houston Workshop, and did not request a full refund, you are registered for the 2021 Online National Workshop. You will receive an email confirmation of your registration later this month. A new registration is not required.

"It has been said that there is nothing like this ecumenical gathering anywhere in the world, now in its 56th year! Churches gather around plenary speakers, attend seminars for ongoing formation, and still have a unique opportunity to build many relationships across denominational lines, as well as conducting the business of networks."
We are pleased to welcome again a new, fifth network EPEDA (formerly the Consortium of Evangelical Networks for Unity - CEN) of many to come, as Evangelical Churches join alongside the networks of CADEIO (Catholic), EDEIO (Episcopal), LEIRN (Lutheran) and UMEIT (Methodist).