SEPT 21-22  // SAN DIEGO, CA


Join a community of campus pastors who share your vision, passion, and mission.

Let’s face it. It’s been two years (+) of “unprecedented” – aren’t you ready to hit reset on your ministry too?

Join other campus pastors from across the country – for a time of learning (from each other and experts), connecting with those sharing our same journey, and worshiping together. Let’s hit reset together as we reflect on the refining period we’ve all just lived through to rediscover, redefine, and relaunch our visions.


Mid-January / Early February
(Details Coming Soon) 


Tuesday – Thursday


The Rock Church – El Cajon
 808 Jackman St
El Cajon, CA 92020


Learn what's working for campus pastors across the country from some of the leading voices in the church today.


Join in community with a group of campus pastors who share the same calling, struggles, and triumphs.


Spend time worship together as we celebrate the work God is doing in ministries across the country.

Stay Connected

For the latest updates, news, and insights.

June 1, 2022 in Leadership

Four Models: Trait Pairings Within Effective Multisite Church Campus Leaders 

Abstract  For six months, CDF Capital worked with seven influential multisite churches and more than two dozen leaders to understand the most common traits that effective multisite campus leaders share.…
Read More
January 27, 2022 in Creativity

10 Church Design Lessons from a Disney Imagineer

Known worldwide as Disney Imagineers, those who have worked for WED Enterprises have had a front-row experience to Disney's magic. But beyond that, they are the ones who have had…
Read More
October 11, 2021 in Insights

Invisible Growth Barriers

Worship team on point? ✅ Preaching up to par? ✅ Kid's Programs rocking? ✅ So why aren't you growing? Did you know there are hidden growth barriers built right into your building? These…
Read More
March 30, 2020 in Insights

First, Be Human.

This week I was looking at our marketing plan, trying to figure out how to best respond to the current times when I came across this phrase – “First, be…
Read More