What is it?
The Ephesus Meeting is for Christian Colleges, Universities,
Seminaries and Church Groups, as well as individuals. We
anticipate the participation of many Christian institutions
from all over the world. We would also like to see your
institution attending this meeting with your special group.
Various groups will have individualized itineraries and they
will all come together at the ancient Ephesus Theater on
Sunday, May 29, 2005.
The May 29th activities will offer students and professors
the opportunity for worship and study. Professors and Church
leaders are invited to give lectures or seminars. There will
be many lectures from Professors world wide on World
Religion, St. Paul and the importance of Asia Minor in
history and in Christianity. There will also be local
Turkish students performing Folk Dances and Chorus singing
on the stage of the ancient Ephesus Theater.
Who can attend?
We are inviting all Christians to join us in this journey of
discovery. There will be Church Leaders, Professors,
students and individuals, from around the world, attending
The Ephesus Meeting.
When is it?
This annual Ephesus Meeting will take place on May 29th,
2005. The festivities and lectures will be from 9:00 am-
12:00 noon. Where is it?
This Meeting will be in the Ancient Ephesus Theater located
in the Ancient City of Ephesus. This massive theater which
accommodates 24,000 spectators, dates back to the time of
St. Paul the Apostle. With permission from the Ministry of
Culture, we will have the private use of The Ephesus
Mark Fairchild, a Bible Professor at Huntington College,
Indiana, will be our focus lecturer and will be speaking
about World Religion, St. Paul and the importance of Asia
Minor in history and in Christianity.
Dr. Ben Witherington, a Professor of New Testament at Asbury
Theological Seminary, will also be lecturing at this event.
There will also be local Turkish students performing Folk
Dances on the stage of the ancient Ephesus Theater.
Colleges attending this meeting with a group can also use
the stage for a limited performance of their choice, such as
Dances, Chorus singing, etc.
Professors and group leaders bringing a group can also give
a non-denominational lecture for a limited time.
We prefer lectures to be based on World Religions, Biblical
or Theological issues.
If you, or your group would like to give a lecture or
performance, please contact us to