Do you love the color, sounds, and opportunities to learn that come with browsing the exhibits when you attend a big conference? If we were attending General Synod 33 in person, we would walk into a giant hall filled with displays from the denomination, vendors, and groups working on specific areas of church life. You could talk to vendors, learn about their work, and exchange ideas and contact information.
General Synod 33 – though completely virtual – will have an exhibit hall filled with delights. Your “Visitor” registration includes your entrance to the Exhibit Hall. Read more about the Exhibit Hall here.
Here’s how the Exhibit Hall works
People who register for Synod will enter the exhibit hall — and everything else — through a portal called meet.ucc. When they do, they’ll see a range of displays similar to those they’ve seen at in-person Synods.
Attendees browsing the virtual hall will find an array logos and other images posted by exhibitors. They can click on any image to enter a booth. There they’ll find information, photos, videos and links about that ministry, service or product.
For more information about General Synod, talk to Jane Smith (who is planning to attend) email@example.com.