June 21-23, 2022 | The Washington Times Building

Marriage Blessing Summit

BUILDING STRONG FAMILIES TOGETHER

A dynamic summit to share resources to help pastors rebuild marriages, families, and community.

Rebuild Families Together

Renewal of our community’s dedication to marriage and the family structure

Featured Speakers & Panelists

Lively discussions & inspirational presentations

Archbishop Georges Augustus Stallings Jr.

National Co-Chairman Emeritus, ACLC

Dr. Mark & Edna Abernathy

Connect Point Christian Center, Snellville, GA

Dr. Chong Sik Yong

National Co-Chairman, ACLC

Dr. Michael Jenkins

National Co-Chairman Emeritus, ACLC

Dr. Luonne Rouse

National Co-Chairman, ACLC

Rev. Ernest & Keiko Patton

Directors, Southeast Region

Dr. Achille Acolatse

Capital Family Church, Washington, DC

Rev. Susan Fefferman

Capital Family Church, Washington, DC

Dr. Mike & Gina Nettles

Bondage Breakers Ministry, Greenbelt, MD

Bishop Charles & Pastor Marion Dudley

New Beginnings Ministry of Faith, Havelock, NC

Dr. Jane Wells

Amazing Love Fellowship Int’l, Lorton, VA

Dr. Patra K. Rolle

God’s Ministry International, Bowie, MD

Father Bayo & Ayano Adrien

Heavenly Couples in Ministry, Richmond, VA

Summit Schedule

Program full of resourceful discussions & presentations

Tuesday Jan 21, 2022

4:00 – 8:00 PM

Welcome & Fellowship

Dinner

Wednesday Jan 22, 2022

9:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Resourceful Discussions & Presentations

The Blessing of Marriage as a resource for ministry with 7 steps to Rebirth

Delicious Food Provided

Thursday Jan 23, 2022

9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Visit to National Museum of African American History and Culture

Final Sessions

Reserve Your Seats

About ACLC

Uniting Clergy to Revive America Through Rebuilding Families

American Clergy Leadership Conference

ACLC, a coalition of faith leaders working together beyond denomination to strengthen marriages and families, restore communities, and help America fulfill her destiny as a beacon of freedom, faith, harmony and prosperity. ACLC clergy share the hope of all humankind becoming One Family under God, our Heavenly Parent. ACLC started in May of 2000, when 120 clergy gathered to affirm the vision given by God to Father and Mother Moon to unify the Body of Christ.

Tour

Trip to DC

National Museum of African American History and Culture

On the final day of the Summit, we will be taking a trip to visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Lodging

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Holiday Inn - Greenbelt, MD

7200 Hanover Dr
Greenbelt, Maryland 20770