Theme: Still I Rise: The Hope of Christ in the Midst of Darkness The annual Black Campus Ministries (BCM) New England Conference brings black students together for a weekend of worship, seminars, panel discussions and main sessions for equipping and sending forth. This gathering is for students both familiar and unfamiliar with faith in Christ, especially in charged times such as these, regardless of where we are on our spiritual journeys. We invite you to come, see and experience BCM New England, Still I Rise. Registration includes: Free Black Lives Matter T-Shirt, Conference Materials, Breakfast and Lunch on Saturday Date: February 5 & 6, 2016 Location: Morningstar Baptist Church 1257 Blue Hill Avenue Mattapan, MA Conference Schedule: Friday, February 5th 6:00 pm Registration 7:00 pm Program begins Saturday, February 6th 7:30 am Breakfast 8:30 am Program begins 5:00 pm Program ends Conference Hotel: · Check Trivago.com and other hotel website searches (like Hotels.com) to see if other sites have discounts on these hotels first! · Verb Hotel, if you book through the hotel is is about $160 total for 4 · Boston Hotel Buckminster, if you book through the hotel it is about $206 for 6 people · Marriott Copley Place, if you book through the hotel it is about $206 total for 4 · Hotel 140, if you book through the hotel it is about $160 total for 4 · For students who are traveling into the city by train, the hotels are most easily accessible from the Back Bay train station. The Verb Hotel is easier to get to by car, but the rest are simple to get to by train/foot. · If you would rather stay with Harvard or BU students on dorm floors, contact James Ramsey (email@example.com) or Lauren Ansong (firstname.lastname@example.org), they have limited spots for guests! Shuttle service: Bus service will run to Morningstar Baptist Church from Northeastern University and Boston University. Contact Lauren Ansong if you have questions.