We’d like to welcome both conference regulars and newcomers alike to the 10th annual gathering of Seventh-day Adventist technology experts, communication professionals and pastors. Thank you for joining us in Baltimore, Maryland, United States as we connect to discuss the creative use of Internet technology in our work and in the lives of those we serve.
Conference Center at the Maritime Institute
692 Maritime Blvd
Linthicum Heights, Maryland 21090
From Baltimore–Washington International Airport (BWI) - The hotel provide a shuttle 24/7, but they don't make reservations. Once the traveler has their luggage, please call 410-859-5700, ext 0, and ask for the shuttle.
For Dulles or Reagan Airports (IAD, DCA) - One option is THREEPORTSEXPRESS shuttle service. Before your flight, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request transportation. They will collect payment from you and will try to do ride-sharing when several are arriving near the same time.
For standard registration, please Register Online.
If you would like to regiserter for the following special situations, you will need to register by phone. Call Heather Hopwood at 1 (800) 732-7587. Special Situations:
Conference Center at the Maritime Institute, 692 Maritime Boulevard, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090. Each attendee is responsible for booking their lodging online, or by calling (866) 900 3517. Please select GROUPS then use Group Code (21361) with the Password of (37001784). You MUST log in with the group code and password BEFORE clicking "New Reservation" or the system will show that there are no rooms available.
Seventh-day Adventist employed IT professionals are invited to attend an IT meeting on February 11. A webinar option will also be available. Sign Up Here
If you need a letter of invitation to process your VISA to USA, please FAX your request and passport information to Annabelle Randall at (301) 680-6290. We will process them as soon as we return to the office in January.
GAiN is a community of Seventh-day Adventist technologists and communicators who connect to discuss the creative use of Internet technology in their work and in the lives of those whom they serve.
GAiN was organized in 2004 by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. The community meets in an annual forum, which is facilitated by the denomination’s Communication Department in cooperation with the church’s world divisions and lay initiatives.
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