Thank you for your interest in the Turner Memorial Lectures!
This event has ended for 2019. Please watch the Northern Lights Region website for updates about plans for 2020 and many other opportunities!
This year's featured speaker is Philip Gulley who has written an eclectic collection of 22 books and has served as a Quaker pastor for 30 years. Additionally, he hosted the television program Porch Talk with Phil Gulley on the Indiana PBS affiliate WFYI and their flagship show Across Indiana, for which he received two Emmy® Awards. He also writes the popular monthly Home Again column for Indianapolis Monthly and is a regular contributor to The Saturday Evening Post. In 2010, Christian Theological Seminary awarded Gulley an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree. In 2014, Gulley was presented with an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Franklin College, in recognition of his body of work. For more information, please visit: https://www.philipgulley.com
The Turner Memorial Lectures are presented by the Northwest Region of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Begun in 1964, the Lectures honor the memory of William Franklin Turner, who ministered in Washington State for almost 50 years.
Monday October 7
3-5 Registration & Book Signing
7 Lecture: The Awakened Soul: A Conversation About Spiritual Evolution and Aha! Moments
Tuesday October 8
8:45 Coffee & Gathering
9:30 -11 Lecture: Unlearning God: How Unbelieving Helped Me Believe
1-2:30 Workshop: If America Were Great: Our Struggle for a More Perfect Union
7 Worship: Philip Gulley: Generosity
Wednesday October 9
8:45 Coffee & Gathering
9 -10:30 Lecture: The Evolution of Faith
11 Closing & Sending
Early Bird Registration (Before September 6) $110
General Registration $130
Retired Clergy $85
Clergy Spouse/Partner $85
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Boasting 300 days of sunshine each year, your trip to Yakima to attend the Turner Lectures can be extended into a real get-away!
Yakima and the surrounding communities provide ample opportunity to enjoy a variety of activities such as...
Hike • Bike • Golf • Winery Tours • Hops Farming • Craft Beer • Farmers Markets • Dining • Shopping
Learn more at www.visityakima.com
PLACES TO STAY
Please always inquire if you might recieve a better room price by asking about discounts you may qualify for- such as AAA membership and Military or Senior.
Oxford Suites (Request the Turner Lectures Group Rate by 9/7/19)
1701 E Yakima Ave
Studio King with view- $139
Double Queen with view - $139
3702 Fruitvale Blvd
Hilton Garden Inn
401 E Yakima Ave