Addressing Urban Issues with the Power of the Gospel

Movement Day New York City (MDNYC) – October 20-21 at Bethel Gospel Assembly – is a catalytic gathering designed to address today’s urban issues through the transformative power of the Gospel and collaborative partnerships seeking the peace and prosperity of the city.

Since 2010, over 14,000 leaders have attended the annual Movement Day gatherings in New York City, Dallas, TX (USA), Phoenix, AZ, Pretoria, South Africa, and Port-au-Prince, Haiti, representing Christian ministries, churches, businesses, seminaries, universities, and foundations.

Addressing Urban Issues with the Power of the Gospel

Movement Day New York City (MDNYC) – October 21-22 at Bethel Gospel Assembly – is a catalytic gathering designed to address today’s urban issues through the transformative power of the Gospel and collaborative partnerships seeking the peace and prosperity of the city.

Since 2010, over 14,000 leaders have attended the annual Movement Day gatherings in New York City, Dallas, TX (USA), Phoenix, AZ, Pretoria, South Africa, and Port-au-Prince, Haiti, representing Christian ministries, churches, businesses, seminaries, universities, and foundations.

Addressing Urban Issues with the Power of the Gospel

Movement Day New York City (MDNYC) – October 20-21 at Bethel Gospel Assembly – is a catalytic gathering designed to address today’s urban issues through the transformative power of the Gospel and collaborative partnerships seeking the peace and prosperity of the city.

Since 2010, over 14,000 leaders have attended the annual Movement Day gatherings in New York City, Dallas, TX (USA), Phoenix, AZ, Pretoria, South Africa, and Port-au-Prince, Haiti, representing Christian ministries, churches, businesses, seminaries, universities, and foundations.

Our Team


Hosts & MC’s


Our Team


Mac Pier

Host

Rev. Adam Durso

Host

Enid Almanzar

Emcee

Paul Coty

Emcee

Our Team


Hosts & MC’s

Mac Pier

Host

Rev. Adam Durso

Host

Enid Almanzar

Emcee

Paul Coty

Emcee

Our Team


Hosts & MC’s

Mac Pier

Host

Rev. Adam Durso

Host

Enid Almanzar

Emcee

Paul Coty

Emcee

MDNYC 2017 SPEAKERS

Claude Alexander

Senior Pastor
The Park Church

Ruben Austria

Executive Director
Community Connections for Youth

AR Bernard

Senior Pastor
CCC Brooklyn

Jamaal Bernard

Senior Pastor
CCC Long Island Campus

Bob Doll

Chief Equity Strategist
Nuveen Asset Management

Adam Foss

Founder & President
Prosecutor Impact

Mart Green

Steering Committee Member
Every Tribe Every Nation

Steve Green

Chairman of the Board
Museum of the Bible

Dr. David Ireland

Senior Pastor
Christ Church

Tim Keller

Founding Pastor
Redeemer Presbyterian Church

Dr. Nicole Martin

Senior Mobilizer
American Bible Society

Daniel Sanabria

Executive Director
Youth for Christ

Peter Scazzero

Founder
New Life Fellowship Church

Jon Tyson

Senior Pastor
Church of the City

Dan Wolgemuth

President & CEO
Youth For Christ

Jon Tyson

Senior Pastor
Trinity Grace Church

MDNYC 2017 SPEAKERS

Claude Alexander

Senior Pastor
The Park Church

Ruben Austria

Executive Director
Community Connections for Youth

AR Bernard

Senior Pastor
CCC Brooklyn

Jamaal Bernard

Senior Pastor
CCC Long Island Campus

Bob Doll

Chief Equity Strategist
Nuveen Asset Management

Adam Foss

Founder & President
Prosecutor Impact

Mart Green

Steering Committee Member
Every Tribe Every Nation

Steve Green

Chairman of the Board
Museum of the Bible

Dr. David Ireland

Senior Pastor
Christ Church

Tim Keller

Founding Pastor
Redeemer Presbyterian Church

Dr. Nicole Martin

Senior Mobilizer
American Bible Society

Daniel Sanabria

Executive Director
Youth for Christ

Peter Scazzero

Founder
New Life Fellowship Church

Jon Tyson

Senior Pastor
Church of the City

Dan Wolgemuth

President & CEO
Youth For Christ

MDNYC 2017 SPEAKERS

Claude Alexander

Senior Pastor
The Park Church

Ruben Austria

Executive Director
Community Connections for Youth

AR Bernard

Senior Pastor
CCC Brooklyn

Jamaal Bernard

Senior Pastor
CCC Long Island Campus

Bob Doll

Chief Equity Strategist
Nuveen Asset Management

Adam Foss

Founder & President
Prosecutor Impact

Mart Green

Steering Committee Member
Every Tribe Every Nation

Steve Green

Chairman of the Board
Museum of the Bible

Dr. David Ireland

Senior Pastor
Christ Church

Tim Keller

Founding Pastor
Redeemer Presbyterian Church

Dr. Nicole Martin

Senior Mobilizer
American Bible Society

Daniel Sanabria

Executive Director
Youth for Christ

Peter Scazzero

Founder
New Life Fellowship Church

Jon Tyson

Senior Pastor
Church of the City

Dan Wolgemuth

President & CEO
Youth For Christ

REGISTRATION & ACCOMMODATIONS

EARLY BIRD INDIVIDUAL

$69

Deadline 10.19.2017

EARLY BIRD GROUP 5+

$60

Deadline 10.19.2017

REGISTRATION & ACCOMMODATIONS

EARLY BIRD INDIVIDUAL

$69

Deadline 10.19.2017

EARLY BIRD GROUP 5+

$60

Deadline 10.19.2017

REGISTRATION & ACCOMMODATIONS

EARLY BIRD INDIVIDUAL

$69

Deadline 10.19.2017

EARLY BIRD GROUP 5+

$60

Deadline 10.19.2017

GALLIVANT-TIMES SQUARE
243 West 48th Street

New York, NY 10036
King or Queen (2 People) $240
Queen & Bunk Beds (4 People) $260
Cut Off Date: 09.21.17
Call in Reservation: 212.246.8800 (Movement Day Block)

ALOFT-HARLEM
2296 Frederick Douglass Blvd

New York, NY 10027
Run of House King (2 People) $250
Run of House Double (4 People) $255
Cut Off Date: 09.28.17
Call in Reservation: 646.439.2518 (Movement Day Block)

Rev. Tim Keller believes MDNYC may be the one time every year when Big Apple pastors connect.
MDNYC 2017 SCHEDULE
Thursday, Oct 19, 2017

TIMES

6:30PM-9PM

DESCRIPTION

Executive Summit

MDNYC 2017 SCHEDULE
Thursday, Oct 19, 2017

TIMES

TBD

DESCRIPTION

Executive Summit

MDNYC 2017 SCHEDULE
Thursday, Oct 19, 2017

TIMES & DESCRIPTION

Time TBD

Executive Summit

Friday, Oct 20, 2017

TIMES

4PM

DESCRIPTION

Registration Open

7PM

General Session 1: DNA of a Leader

9PM-11PM

After Party

  • Music, Food trucks, Great People, & a Time to Connect
  • Hosted in Bethel Gospel Courtyard
Friday, Oct 20, 2017

TIMES & DESCRIPTION

4PM

Registration Open

7PM

General Session 1: DNA of a Leader

9PM-11PM

After Party

  • Music, Food trucks, Great People, & a Time to Connect
  • Hosted in Bethel Gospel Courtyard
Saturday, Oct 21, 2017

TIMES

9AM- 9:45AM

DESCRIPTION

Devotional & Scripture Reading

10AM-12PM

General Session 2: Mass Incarceration & the Plight of our Urban Youth

12PM-1PM

Lunch

1PM-2:30PM

Breakouts

2:30PM-3PM

Break

3PM-5PM

Closing Session: A Divided Nation, A United Church, A Civilities Discussion

Saturday, Oct 21, 2017

TIMES & DESCRIPTION

9AM- 9:45AM
Devotional & Scripture Reading

Devotional & Scripture Reading

10AM- 12PM
General Session 2: Mass Incarceration & the Plight of our Urban Youth

Devotional & Scripture Reading

12PM- 1PM
Lunch

Devotional & Scripture Reading

1PM-2:30PM
Breakouts

Devotional & Scripture Reading

2:30PM-3PM
Break

Devotional & Scripture Reading

3PM-5PM
Closing Session: A Divided Nation, A United Church, A Civilities Discussion

MDNYC 2017 TRACKS

Love God, Love Kids, Seek Justice

Presented by Youth For Christ
w/ Daniel Sanabria, Dr. Dave Rahn, Eric Kelly & Barrell Richardson
Room: Old Sanctuary — Max Capacity: 300

DETAILS

This breakout session will inspire you with a vision for working with kids in the juvenile justice system, as well as equip you with the knowledge and tools to be effective at ministering to high-risk kids across the city. Our desire is to form deep and lasting ministry relationships with local church leaders, so together we can reach incarcerated young people with the love and truth of Jesus when they are inside facilities and continue walking with them in post-release mentoring relationships when they get out.

Bringing the Word of God to the World of God

Presented by Every Tribe, Every Nation
w/ Mac Pier, Bob Doll & Katherine Barnhart
Room: Fellowship Hall — Max Capacity: 200

DETAILS

New York City has 800 languages spoken, the most in the world. Through an emerging relationship with Every Tribe Every Nation, we will consider the possibilities of creating a 100-church collaboration to engage Bible-less peoples. Faculty including Katherine Barnhart, Bob Doll, Mullery Jean Pierre, Dave Beidel and others will present. Each attendee gets to shape our strategy.

The Bible & The City: Tackling Skepticism in the Urban Core

Presented by American Bible Society
w/ Enid Almanzar
Room: Berean Room — Max Capacity: 80

DETAILS

Studies show that millennials are leaving the church in droves yet most feel ill equipped to re-engage this increasingly skeptical part of their communities. Through a powerful partnership with Google, we’re now able to see how this generation thinks, what they care about and how we can best address their needs. Join us as we explore both the latest data on skeptics in New York and best practices from city leaders successfully engaging the next generation.

Worship that Works: Unpacking the Powerful Connection of Monday Work w/Sunday Worship

Presented by VOCA Center
w/ Dr. Chip Roper
Room: Classroom 250 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

What have Sunday and Monday to do with each other? What can pastors do to prepare their people for the realities of the marketplace? What can Christians in the Marketplace glean from church to equip them for the world they enter on the job? Dr. Chip Roper hosts Reverend Matt Brown of Resurrection Brooklyn and select guests to explore these questions.

Reaching, Raising, & Retaining Millennials

Presented by The Navigators & Initiative Network
w/ Al Miyashita & Grant Skeldon
Room: Classroom 243 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

Parents are trying to raise them. Pastors are trying to reach them. Business leaders are trying to retain them. What if we don’t have a millennial problem, but rather a discipleship problem? This breakout will focus on what discipling millennials in the 21st century looks like.

Missional Ministry Millennials

Presented by Hope College
w/ Trygve Johnson
Room: Classroom 238 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

This breakout will offer a cultural diagnostic of some of the cultural forces shaping today’s collegiate age students, or Millennials, and then offering theological antidotes that invite a renewed missional imagination to shaping a positive vision for the future. Understanding millennials is essential for the church and for businesses leaders, because they will soon be tomorrow’s leaders, who will be charged to lead, steward, and form future faith communities, economies, institutions, and the common good. Learn how we can better understand and serve this important group of young adults in our churchs, schools, and places of work.

A Next-Generation Movement

Presented by Youth Pastors Fellowship
w/ Jensky Acosta & John Ginnan
Room: Chapel — Max Capacity: 80

DETAILS

Leadership is about empowering others. So, ultimately youth ministry should be about youth in ministry. How do we shape the next generation to be part of the movement? Together we will look at shaping this newest generation in each of four discipleship contexts: small groups, one-to-one mentorship, social media and finally, campus ministry. In this interactive session, urban youth ministry veterans will frame and facilitate short discussions among all attendees and close by taking questions from the audience in a panel format.

Stress & The Ministry

w/ Dr. Pete Sulack
Room: Classroom 239 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

As ministry leaders you do not only carry the burdens of your family, but also the people you serve.

2 Kings 5:1 says, “King Naaman was a mighty man of valor, but he had leprosy.” So often, as ministry leaders, it’s easy to keep our armor on and keep fighting and neglect the pain that is under the armor.

Dr. Pete Sulack, is considered “America’s leading stress expert” having served over 1 million patient visits from around the world and shares his secrets to creating a life that is resilient to the stressors that we face every day.

MDNYC 2017 TRACKS

Love God, Love Kids, Seek Justice

Presented by Youth For Christ
w/ Daniel Sanabria, Dr. Dave Rahn, Eric Kelly & Barrell Richardson
Room: Old Sanctuary — Max Capacity: 300

DETAILS

This breakout session will inspire you with a vision for working with kids in the juvenile justice system, as well as equip you with the knowledge and tools to be effective at ministering to high-risk kids across the city. Our desire is to form deep and lasting ministry relationships with local church leaders, so together we can reach incarcerated young people with the love and truth of Jesus when they are inside facilities and continue walking with them in post-release mentoring relationships when they get out.

Bringing the Word of God to the World of God

Presented by Every Tribe, Every Nation
w/ Mac Pier, Bob Doll & Katherine Barnhart
Room: Fellowship Hall — Max Capacity: 200

DETAILS

New York City has 800 languages spoken, the most in the world. Through an emerging relationship with Every Tribe Every Nation, we will consider the possibilities of creating a 100-church collaboration to engage Bible-less peoples. Faculty including Katherine Barnhart, Bob Doll, Mullery Jean Pierre, Dave Beidel and others will present. Each attendee gets to shape our strategy.

The Bible & The City: Tackling Skepticism in the Urban Core

Presented by American Bible Society
w/ Enid Almanzar
Room: Berean Room — Max Capacity: 80

DETAILS

Studies show that millennials are leaving the church in droves yet most feel ill equipped to re-engage this increasingly skeptical part of their communities. Through a powerful partnership with Google, we’re now able to see how this generation thinks, what they care about and how we can best address their needs. Join us as we explore both the latest data on skeptics in New York and best practices from city leaders successfully engaging the next generation.

Worship that Works: Unpacking the Powerful Connection of Monday Work w/Sunday Worship

Presented by VOCA Center
w/ Dr. Chip Roper
Room: Classroom 250 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

What have Sunday and Monday to do with each other? What can pastors do to prepare their people for the realities of the marketplace? What can Christians in the Marketplace glean from church to equip them for the world they enter on the job? Dr. Chip Roper hosts Reverend Matt Brown of Resurrection Brooklyn and select guests to explore these questions.

Reaching, Raising, & Retaining Millennials

Presented by The Navigators & Initiative Network
w/ Al Miyashita & Grant Skeldon
Room: Classroom 243 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

Parents are trying to raise them. Pastors are trying to reach them. Business leaders are trying to retain them. What if we don’t have a millennial problem, but rather a discipleship problem? This breakout will focus on what discipling millennials in the 21st century looks like.

Missional Ministry Millennials

Presented by Hope College
w/ Trygve Johnson
Room: Classroom 238 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

This breakout will offer a cultural diagnostic of some of the cultural forces shaping today’s collegiate age students, or Millennials, and then offering theological antidotes that invite a renewed missional imagination to shaping a positive vision for the future. Understanding millennials is essential for the church and for businesses leaders, because they will soon be tomorrow’s leaders, who will be charged to lead, steward, and form future faith communities, economies, institutions, and the common good. Learn how we can better understand and serve this important group of young adults in our churchs, schools, and places of work.

A Next-Generation Movement

Presented by Youth Pastors Fellowship
w/ Jensky Acosta & John Ginnan
Room: Chapel — Max Capacity: 80

DETAILS

Leadership is about empowering others. So, ultimately youth ministry should be about youth in ministry. How do we shape the next generation to be part of the movement? Together we will look at shaping this newest generation in each of four discipleship contexts: small groups, one-to-one mentorship, social media and finally, campus ministry. In this interactive session, urban youth ministry veterans will frame and facilitate short discussions among all attendees and close by taking questions from the audience in a panel format.

Stress & The Ministry

w/ Dr. Pete Sulack
Room: Classroom 239 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

As ministry leaders you do not only carry the burdens of your family, but also the people you serve.

2 Kings 5:1 says, “King Naaman was a mighty man of valor, but he had leprosy.” So often, as ministry leaders, it’s easy to keep our armor on and keep fighting and neglect the pain that is under the armor.

Dr. Pete Sulack, is considered “America’s leading stress expert” having served over 1 million patient visits from around the world and shares his secrets to creating a life that is resilient to the stressors that we face every day.

MDNYC 2017 TRACKS

Love God, Love Kids, Seek Justice

Presented by Youth For Christ
w/ Daniel Sanabria, Dr. Dave Rahn, Eric Kelly & Barrell Richardson
Room: Old Sanctuary — Max Capacity: 300

DETAILS

This breakout session will inspire you with a vision for working with kids in the juvenile justice system, as well as equip you with the knowledge and tools to be effective at ministering to high-risk kids across the city. Our desire is to form deep and lasting ministry relationships with local church leaders, so together we can reach incarcerated young people with the love and truth of Jesus when they are inside facilities and continue walking with them in post-release mentoring relationships when they get out.

Bringing the Word of God to the World of God

Presented by Every Tribe, Every Nation
w/ Mac Pier, Bob Doll & Katherine Barnhart
Room: Fellowship Hall — Max Capacity: 200

DETAILS

New York City has 800 languages spoken, the most in the world. Through an emerging relationship with Every Tribe Every Nation, we will consider the possibilities of creating a 100-church collaboration to engage Bible-less peoples. Faculty including Katherine Barnhart, Bob Doll, Mullery Jean Pierre, Dave Beidel and others will present. Each attendee gets to shape our strategy.

The Bible & The City: Tackling Skepticism in the Urban Core

Presented by American Bible Society
w/ Enid Almanzar
Room: Berean Room — Max Capacity: 80

DETAILS

Studies show that millennials are leaving the church in droves yet most feel ill equipped to re-engage this increasingly skeptical part of their communities. Through a powerful partnership with Google, we’re now able to see how this generation thinks, what they care about and how we can best address their needs. Join us as we explore both the latest data on skeptics in New York and best practices from city leaders successfully engaging the next generation.

Worship that Works: Unpacking the Powerful Connection of Monday Work w/Sunday Worship

Presented by VOCA Center
w/ Dr. Chip Roper
Room: Classroom 250 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

What have Sunday and Monday to do with each other? What can pastors do to prepare their people for the realities of the marketplace? What can Christians in the Marketplace glean from church to equip them for the world they enter on the job? Dr. Chip Roper hosts Reverend Matt Brown of Resurrection Brooklyn and select guests to explore these questions.

Reaching, Raising, & Retaining Millennials

Presented by The Navigators & Initiative Network
w/ Al Miyashita & Grant Skeldon
Room: Classroom 243 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

Parents are trying to raise them. Pastors are trying to reach them. Business leaders are trying to retain them. What if we don’t have a millennial problem, but rather a discipleship problem? This breakout will focus on what discipling millennials in the 21st century looks like.

Missional Ministry Millennials

Presented by Hope College
w/ Trygve Johnson
Room: Classroom 238 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

This breakout will offer a cultural diagnostic of some of the cultural forces shaping today’s collegiate age students, or Millennials, and then offering theological antidotes that invite a renewed missional imagination to shaping a positive vision for the future. Understanding millennials is essential for the church and for businesses leaders, because they will soon be tomorrow’s leaders, who will be charged to lead, steward, and form future faith communities, economies, institutions, and the common good. Learn how we can better understand and serve this important group of young adults in our churchs, schools, and places of work.

A Next-Generation Movement

Presented by Youth Pastors Fellowship
w/ Jensky Acosta & John Ginnan
Room: Chapel — Max Capacity: 80

DETAILS

Leadership is about empowering others. So, ultimately youth ministry should be about youth in ministry. How do we shape the next generation to be part of the movement? Together we will look at shaping this newest generation in each of four discipleship contexts: small groups, one-to-one mentorship, social media and finally, campus ministry. In this interactive session, urban youth ministry veterans will frame and facilitate short discussions among all attendees and close by taking questions from the audience in a panel format.

Stress & The Ministry

w/ Dr. Pete Sulack
Room: Classroom 239 — Max Capacity: 40

DETAILS

As ministry leaders you do not only carry the burdens of your family, but also the people you serve.

2 Kings 5:1 says, “King Naaman was a mighty man of valor, but he had leprosy.” So often, as ministry leaders, it’s easy to keep our armor on and keep fighting and neglect the pain that is under the armor.

Dr. Pete Sulack, is considered “America’s leading stress expert” having served over 1 million patient visits from around the world and shares his secrets to creating a life that is resilient to the stressors that we face every day.

This event would not be possible without the faithful hearts of volunteers. If you are wanting to serve with us please register.