Ephesus Meeting

What is it?
The Ephesus Meeting is for Christian Colleges, Universities, Seminaries and Church Groups, as well as individuals.

We anticipate the participation of many Christian institutions from all over the world. We would also like to see your institution attending this meeting with your special group. Various groups will have individualized itineraries and they will all come together at the ancient Ephesus Theater on Monday, May 22, 2017.

The May 22 event is an academic conference that will offer students and professors the opportunity for worship and study. Professors and Church leaders bringing groups, are invited to give a short lectures. There will be many lectures from Professors world wide on World Religion, St. Paul and the importance of Asia Minor in history and in Christianity.

Who can attend?
We are inviting all Christians to join us in this journey of discovery. There will be Church Leaders, Professors, students and individuals, from around the world, attending The Ephesus Meeting.

When is it?
This annual Ephesus Meeting will take place on Friday, May 22, 2017. The festivities and lectures will be an evening event, taking place from 8:00 pm- 11:00 pm. Where is it?
This Meeting will be in the Ancient Celsus Library, located in the Ancient City of Ephesus. With permission from the Ministry of Culture. Or, the meeting will take place at another location near Ephesus.

Lectures
Current Lecturers of the Ephesus Meeting 2017:

Dr. Mark Fairchild, is the Program Chair, and Bible Professor at Huntington College, Indiana.

Dr. Ben Witherington III, Amos Professor of Nt for Doctoral Studies Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, Ky Doctoral Faculty St. Mary’s College St. Andrews University, Scotland.

Dr. Mark Wilson, D. Litt et Phil., an Adjunct Professor of New Testament, Regent University.

Colleges attending this meeting with a group can also use the stage for a limited performance of their choice, such as dances, chorus singing, dramatization, etc.

Professors and group leaders bringing a group are also invited to give a non-denominational lecture for a limited time. We prefer lectures to be based on World Religions, Biblical or Theological issues.

If you, or your group would like to give a lecture or performance, please contact us to make reservations.