IMPACT Conference Set for Feb. 23-25

The IMPACT Music and Leadership Conference will take place on February 23-25, 2023 at the Westmore Church of God in Cleveland, Tenn.

The event is designed for worship leaders, pastors, musicians, and creative arts teams from local churches and ministries. With over 30 breakout sessions on Friday and Saturday, delegates will be encouraged, trained, and equipped, while enjoyi
ng fellowship with like-minded leaders. There will be several special musical guests who will both entertain and minister.

On the opening night, February 23, Grammy Award-winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Music Director Carol Cymbala will be the featured artist, along with her husband, senior pastor of the Brooklyn Tabernacle, Jim Cymbala, who will deliver the keynote message. Opening night guests will also include Dove Award winning Christian artist, TaRanda Greene, as well as multi-Dove Award-winning worship leader, Alvin Slaughter.

Breakout sessions feature a variety church and ministry leaders who will address relevant topics in the local church. Every session will be offered twice to allow delegates to attend their sessions of choice. Among the presenters are Geron Davis, Kelvin Page, Ginger Robinson, Dusty Wilson, Scottie Hager, Steve Adams, Steve Allen, and Rob Fultz. Sessions will take place on Friday morning, afternoon, and Saturday morning.

The Friday night, February 24 general session will feature musical guests Geron Davis and Kindred Souls, along with pastors Tony and Kaci Stewart. Tony Stewart will bring the keynote message.

Several ministries and departmental ministries of the Church of God have joined with Westmore to sponsor the event. They include Spiritsound Music, Tennessee Church of God state offices, Church of God Publications, U-Turn Institute, Operation Compassion, and Lee University.

To learn more or to register for IMPACT, visit

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