The hidden gem of Classis Red Mesa, you don't want to miss the Cottonwood Pass Bible Conference. The conference is an annual weeklong gathering of Red Mesa churches in the beautiful Chuska mountains for a time of focused Bible teaching, worship, and fellowship.
Cottonwood Pass Bible Conference 2023
Dates: July 8-July 16, 2023
Theme: What We Believe
Conference setup is Saturday, July 8.
You can help load the trailers in Shiprock at 8am or you can meet us at the site between 9-9:30am to help set up.
There will be food provided for those who help with the setup.
There is food available to purchase for all meals or you can bring your own food.
You can camp in trailers or tents or come up for the day.
Port-a-potties are provided.
There will be a place for people to dump their trash.
There is a large water tank hauled to the site for people to use on site.
Services are at 10am and 7pm beginning Sunday, July 9 and continuing through Sunday, July 16.
See the schedule below for the full list of topics and speakers.
On Sunday, July 16, we will celebrate the Lord's Supper at the 10am service (no evening service on the 16th).
Bible studies in Navajo and English at 2pm on Tuesday (July 11), Thursday (July 13), and Saturday (July 15).
Sunday, July 9 at 2pm: Free concert featuring Stanley Jim and Harold Begay
Intergenerational activities at 2pm on Monday (July 10), Wednesday (July 12), and Friday (July 14)
Movie Night on Wednesday, July 12 at 7pm (snacks provided!)
Children ages 3-5 meet to learn and play together during all of the worship services and Bible studies.
Children ages 6-11 worship with their parents and then go to their classes during the sermon. These students learn about the theme for the week in their own way.
Children ages 12-17 meet with other youth during the services. They grow together through games, activities and lessons.
TAKE DOWN DETAILS:
Following the morning service on Sunday, July 16, we will take down all of the tents and pack up everything.
Lunch will be provided for everyone who helps!
The conference happens in the Chuska mountains just off of Navajo Route 134 between Sheep Springs and Crystal.