Do I need to Register for 400Conference?

Yes, though registration is free, you have to reserve your spot by registering. Furthermore, your registration will allow us to provide you the appropriate information about the conference over the coming weeks.You can register here.

Will attendees still need to pay for parking?

There are some available free parking spots located at 423 John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30312. Once this lot is full there are street parking and garage parking nearby. Cost will vary depending on the lot.

Will there be meals/food available?

Although meals during scheduled breaks are not provided, attendees aree able to purchase food from one of the many restaurants nearby. To see a list of restaurants near Ebenezer Baptist Church click here.

What is the schedule for 400Conference?

August 2
6-7 Pre-service prayer
7pm – Worship
8-10 – Talks on Justice

August 3
9-10 Worship
10-11 Talk1 and panel
11-12 Talk 2 and panel
1:30-2:15 Breakout Session 1
2:13-3:00 Breakout Session 2
3-3:30 Interview
3:30-4 Talk 3
6- 9 PM – Final Session

Who will be leading worship at the 400Conference?

We have confirmed Eddie James, Daniela Barroso, Jon Thurlow, Caleb Andrews, Crystal Nicole, and Joe and Christian Leaphart as some of the artists that will be participating.

Who will be speaking at the 400Conference?

We have confirmed Leonce Crump, Louie Giglio, Justin Giboney, Billy Humphrey, Bishop Garland Hunt, Unite Team Atl, Dr, John Perkins, John Hambrick, Lee Jenkins, Josh Clemons and Hazen Stevens as some of the speakers that will be participating.

What is the Weapons policy for 400Conference?

No weapons of any kind are permitted at the event.

Volunteering: Will volunteer slots be all day, or shorter segments of the day?

Volunteer slots will be assigned in shifts. The times allotted to serve will be based on the area you volunteered in. If you would like to register as a volunteer you can do so by emailing admin@oneracemovement.com


400Conference is a special event, intended to launch us into a journey into the heart of God in the month of August, commemorating 400 years since the introduction of African slaves to America. Join us for this special gathering, where we will seek to know the story of our collective history regarding the church and race, so we can own, and ultimately change that story together!