Q. Are people of all ethnicities welcome at this conference?
A: The Joy and Justice conference welcomes people of any race or ethnicity to attend. Just as with The Witness, this conference has a specific mission to address the core concerns of black people, however, we invite anyone to participate, learn, and grow with us.
Q: Will there be childcare available?
A. Childcare for all ages will be available on both days of the conference.
Q: If we are flying in from out of town, what is the best airport to fly into?
A: Midway International Airport (MDW) is the closest airport to the conference location.
Q: Will there be parking available onsite at the conference?
A: Yes – there will be two free parking lots that you will have access to at the conference location. One is located adjacent to the church, while the other is less than 1 block away.
Q: Will there be food available at the conference?
A: On Saturday, October 5, we will host a family-style BBQ, which is already included in your conference ticket price! Throughout the remainder of the time, there will be only beverages available.
Q: I am a vendor and I’m interested in having a booth at the conference. Where can I find more information?
A: We would love to add you to our existing roster of sponsors. Check out our sponsors page for more details.
Hotels less than 5 miles of the conference location
1) Hyatt Place Chicago-South/University Medical Center
5225 S Harper Ave, Chicago, IL 60615
2) La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Chicago – Lake Shore
4900A S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL 60615
3) Sophy Hyde Park
1411 E 53rd St, Chicago, IL 60615
4) Hilton Garden Inn Chicago McCormick Place
123 E Cermak Rd Ste Ste 300, Chicago, IL 60616
5) Hampton Inn Chicago McCormick Place
123 E Cermak Rd Suite 100, Chicago, IL 60616
6) Chicago South Loop Hotel
11 W 26th St, Chicago, IL 60616
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