New Passover Conference location
Mar 01, 2017
The location for our Passover conference (May 12-14) has had to be changed, because the DoubleTree hotel in Joplin is being renovated, and construction problems came up. The sales manager called at the end of February, telling me that they won’t be able to open for business before our conference is scheduled.
That is an inconvenience for all of us, of course. I apologize for the change. The sales manager tried to find another place locally where we might meet, but she was unable to find anything.
But then, unexpectedly, the sales manager at the local DoubleTree hotel here in Minneapolis called to see if she might arrange a future conference for us. I asked her if May 12-14 was open, and she said that it was. So we have now confirmed the hotel meeting room to hold our conference at the same hotel where we have met a few times before.
The basic room rate will be $109/day, unless you want a suite for $149. We have secured 50 rooms from Thursday night through Saturday night, and another 40 rooms for Sunday night.
The hotel address is:
1500 Park Place Blvd.
Minneapolis, MN 55416
We do not yet have an online link to make reservations, but I should be posting one shortly on our website and will also send it in the next cover letter for April. If you use the hotel telephone, be sure to tell them that you are with the conference hosted by God’s Kingdom Ministries.
Those of you who made reservations at the DoubleTree in Joplin will have to start over and make another reservation here in Minneapolis. Since the sales manager in Joplin only took names and did not take any credit card information, you will not have to cancel. Technically, she was only taking names for a future reservation.
The theme will remain the same: Cleansing the Heart of America
It appears that God first led us to Joplin to draw our attention to this theme. It was the same last year when the theme was The Open Door. We thought that we would hold the conference in Duluth, MN, but that did not work out, although the theme was set by the name Duluth (dalet, or daleth in Hebrew is an open door).
Dr. Stephen Jones