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Where will the conference be held?

The GCN Conference will be held January 5-8, 2017, at the David Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, PA.

How much does it cost?

We offer a variety of pricing options to make the GCN Conference accessible to everyone. We encourage you to register early for the best rate. For pricing information, click here.

Do you offer a student rate?

Special student tickets at $ are available to currently enrolled students (high school, undergraduate, or graduate level). GCN reserves the right to require verification in order to receive this rate.

What is included in the conference ticket?

Your ticket gives your access to all of the main GCN Conference programming, including four general sessions with incredible keynotes and worship; peer-led breakout sessions; the Friday night concert featuring Everyday Sunday and Bobby Jo Valentine; a vendor room connecting you with today’s leading LGBT and faith-based organizations, resources, and more; incredible volunteer opportunities; networking opportunities; and more!

Please note that tickets do not include food, lodging, or transportation to/from the conference.

Do you offer scholarships or financial aid?

Yes! We offer a variety of scholarships to attend the conference. Scholarships vary according to need and availability of funds, ranging from providing a discounted registration fee up to the full scholarship which covers hotel and registration costs (airfare is generally not included in scholarship awards). Award recipients are required to volunteer with a conference team as part of their scholarship package.

To learn more about our scholarships, including how to apply or donate to support the scholarship fund, click here.

How can my company/organization exhibit at the conference?

Yes! For more info and to apply, click here.

Do you have sponsorship opportunities?

Yes! If your company, organization, or church is interested in becoming a sponsor of the GCN Conference, click here to download our sponsorship packet.

Are there many teens or older adults that attend?

The GCN Conference has seen a growing number of our younger and older attendees over the past few years, and that continues to be the trend. While anyone under the age of 18 is required to attend with a parent or legal guardian, we have an increasing number of families attending with teens and older adults, giving them an opportunity to meet others around their age.