With full confidence in the abundant faithfulness of God to accomplish all he has promised, we have chosen to delay our gathering as the Urbana community until December 28–31, 2022.
We anticipate that when we finally gather, we will share stories of God’s generosity and grace in the midst of our grief. We will authentically express our joy and sorrow in corporate worship. We will experience the Spirit of God working in us, among us, and through us as we grow in our love of God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture, and God’s purposes in the world.
The Scripture that will serve as our frame for Urbana 22 comes from the early chapters of Acts. It is interesting that the Acts narrative begins with a season of grief and disruption as well as an invitation to wait. It is our prayer that—just as it was true for the first disciples of Jesus who waited then—we will experience a season of breakthrough in word, deed, and power as we gather after this pause.
December 28–31, 2022 | St. Louis, Missouri
Over the Years
God has used Urbana as a space for 300,000 people to encounter God, experience his global church, enter into his call, and engage in community. Through Urbana, movements have been born, lives saved, and unreached peoples touched by Christ’s hands and feet.
To God be the glory!