ICCM Australia 2013 Details

Its great to be able to announce the dates for 2013 ICCM Australia !

This year the conference will be held in Newtown, Sydney ,NSW  in October 21 – 24 2013.

Our speaker will be Roy Campbell, from International Teams, Canada. Over the years, Roy has come to the realization that technology, in and of itself, is meaningless. As a result, Roy’s mantra is to only do technical work that will either build a relationship or help marginalized people. Roy is an avid seeker and follower of Christ, husband to Carol, and father to Natalie and Jamie. In his spare time, he likes to play hockey as well as Crokinole, Carcassonne, and other board games.

The theme of the conference is

Technology for the least of these

ICCM Australia is a great place to meet others who are working with technology in missions, to be encouraged spiritually, share and learn technically as well.

The conference will start from 5pm with dinner at 6pm on Monday October 21 and finish by 3:30pm on Thursday October 24.

We will once again stay at Golden Grove, part of the the Sydney Anglican Cathedral Healing Ministry, http://sydneyheal.com/goldengrove/

The registration costs are (ex GST) in Australian Dollars. If you need to book extra nights or would like you own room or your own bathroom, please note that at the time of registration and we will contact you.

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Fees                        Full              Earlybird
Onsite registration         $419.00           $349.00 
(Includes onsite shared accommodation and all meals)
Spouse rego (non attending) $399.00           $329.00 
(Welcome to worship, keynote sessions and prayer times and all meals).
Off site Rego               $299.00           $229.00
(no accommodation. Meals included: lunch, dinner and snacks)
Day rego                    $ 99.00           $ 79.00
(Lunch, dinner and snacks included for 1 day. $10 extra cost for Conference dinner on Wednesday night).

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