Registration for Black Ministers Retreat 2024 is open!

Our deadline for retreat registration and special hotel room rates is February 20, 2024. Please make your arrangements as soon as possible to be with us as we celebrate Movement, Music, and Memories together. Scripture tells us our God is a God of justice, love, and faithfulness. In this we can find happiness. Let us come and enjoy!

You have a mighty arm; strong is your hand, high your right hand. Righteousness and justice are the foundation of your throne; steadfast love and faithfulness go before you.Happy are the people who know the festal shout, who walk, OLord, in the light of your countenance. ” Psalm 89:13-15

Retreat Registration Link $185 per person (Spouses and partners must register separately)

Marriott St. Louis Grand Hotel Retreat Rate Link: Disciples Home Missions Ministers Retreat Mar2024 – Start your reservation ( You must reserve your room by February 20, 2024 for this pricing ($159 plus tax).

Schedule of Events for the 2024 Black Ministers Retreat

Sponsorship Levels:

Beacon Sponsor – $2,000+*
– (1) Retreat Registration
– 15-minute Plenary Presentation
– Logo Display in Plenary Meeting Room
– Promotional Materials Table
– Promotional Insert in Attendee’s Packet
Bridge Sponsor – $1,000*
– Promotional Materials Table
– Logo Display in Plenary Meeting Room 
– Promotional Insert in Attendee’s Packet

*All sponsorship commitments must be paid by February 20, 2024 to Disciples Home Missions – Black Ministers Retreat, P.O. Box 1986, Indianapolis, IN 46206. 

For questions or concerns, please reach out to Nichole Riddick, BMR Support Specialist.

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