One Voice for Liberties Conference 2019
Our next will be September 26-27, 2019!
The focus of a conference is to educate. This conference is designed to make us more aware of issues confronted by VAIB in the governmental arena. It also provides information to help churches be a part of the solution in strengthening our religious liberties.
Lodging suggestions are given near the end of this page.
Pastor Don Sumpter and the Landmark Baptist Church will again host our meeting. The church is east of Richmond at 4000 Creighton Rd, Richmond, VA 23223. It is located near to I-295 off exit 34B about 2 miles west on Creighton Rd.
Please register so we can prepare materials for all who attend. Be sure to include others who may be attending with you. Registration begins April 1. The registration form is at the top of this page.
If you have questions, please contact our office at 804-299-3986.
VAIB does not charge to attend the conference but does depend on the donations of churches and individuals to make this conference possible.
VAIB is a 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax deductible. A financial statement is available upon request from the Office of Charitable and Regulatory Programs.
The Capitol Tour is free. Transportation will be provided from Landmark Baptist Church at 12:30 and will return by 4 PM. The tour will last one hour and involves much walking. The tour path is ADA compliant and a few wheelchairs are available upon request. The bus is leaving at 12:30 to allow time for each person to enjoy lunch before the tour. Lunch may be purchased at the SunTrust Building Cafeteria at a reasonable cost. After the tour, Eddy Aliff will be available for a fifteen minute overview of how the General Assembly session operates in our historic Capitol. The bus will load at 4:00 PM at the Bank Street entrance to the Capitol and return to Landmark Baptist Church.
Conference Schedule (updated 2/6/19)
The general schedule is given below. The names of speakers will be added to the schedule as they are confirmed.
Thursday Sep. 26, 2019 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Forum: Tim Barton of WallBuilders, on Our Religious Heritage
Special music: Mark Houser, Heritage BC, Chesterfield
Message: Moderator John Godfrey Jr. Immanuel BC, Clifton Forge
Friday Sep. 27, 2019
9:00 AM- VAIB Business Meeting
10:00 AM- Eddy Aliff, Executive Director of VAIB, legislative update
11:00 AM- TBD
Noon to 4:30 PM- Lunch and Richmond Capitol Tour
7:00 – 9:00 PM - Forum: Tim Barton of WallBuilders on Our Religious Heritage
Special Music: Mark Houser, Heritage BC, Chesterfield
Message: Dr. Mike Edwards of Share Point Ministries
Hampton Inn Richmond Airport, 421 International Center Drive, Sandston, Virginia, 23150. Beginning June 1, you can call the hotel directly at 804-226-1888 requesting the VAIB Rate of $109 plus tax.
Hilton Garden Inn Richmond Airport, 441 International Center Drive, Sandston, Virginia, 23150; VAIB rate is available at $129 plus tax (breakfast is not included).
Below are other good hotels and motels but no special pricing has been arranged:
Homewood Suites by Hilton (Richmond Airport), 5996 Audubon Drive, Sandston, Virginia,23150;
Holiday Inn Richmond Airport, 445 International Center Drive Sandston, Virginia 23150;
Holiday Inn Express Mechanicsville, 7441 Bell Creek Rd, Mechanicsville;
Quality Inn Richmond Airport, 5240 Airport Square Ln, Sandston;
Best Western Plus, 5300 Airport Square Ln, Sandston;
Courtyard Richmond Airport, 5400 Williamsburg Rd, Sandston;
Four Points by Sheraton, 4700 South Laburnum Ave, Richmond;
Residence Inn Richmond West End, 2121 Dickens Rd, Richmond.
Holiday Inn Express Richmond Airport, 491 International Center Drive , Sandston, VA 23150 800-439-4745 (Reservations) 804-222-1499 (Front Desk).
Hampton Inn Mechanicsville, 7433 Bell Creek Road, Mechanicsville, Virginia, 23111-3452, USA TEL: +1-804-559-0559
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