The meeting will on Thursday morning, March 19th and end with a banquet on Saturday evening, March 21.
Along with plenary, Symposia, and Interest Group sessions, the conference includes a Thursday evening reception, working-lunch meetings, a Society business meeting, a women’s breakfast, a students’ breakfast, and a banquet. During the conference, attendees will have many opportunities to socialize, become acquainted with other SPS participants, and share their scholarly interests and current work. Attendees will also enjoy discounted prices on a variety of books and other products exhibited by vendors and ministries.
Attendees are encouraged to join the Society for Pentecostal Studies before or during the meeting, but membership is not necessary to register for the meeting. Presenters for SPS sessions (other than specially invited guests), however, are required to be members of SPS.
The call for papers is now closed. Members whose proposal was accepted for presenation at the 2020 conference should refer to the paper format instructions and sample paper for additional information prior to submission.
See Society Officers and Meeting Personnel.
The Diversity Committee invites students belonging to a racial/ethnic minority group (defined here on the basis of the majority of current SPS membership) and women to apply for the Ithiel Conrad Clemmons Student Travel Award. Students at all stages of their academic careers are encouraged to apply. The committee will grant awards based on scholarship funds available. More information is available here.