A TEXAS JUBILEE
Sponsored by Lone Star Urantia Association
May 27-29, 2022
Lone Star Urantia Association is holding its first regional conference in several years. We are very excited about bringing our Urantia Book friends together as we teach and learn more about an ascending mortal’s seven jubilees. This exciting conference will be held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Dallas DFW Airport South. This beautiful setting ensures easy access for travelers and a lovely and peaceful setting for our spiritual endeavors.
This is a Texas conference; feel free to bring your cowboy hats and boots while we show our Texas hospitality to those visiting from out-of-state. You will have a chance to renew acquaintances with friends you haven’t seen in a long while and make new friendships while studying and learning about our jubilees. We look forward to seeing you in May 2022!
This conference’s theme is the Texas Jubilee. We are taking our inspiration from the following Urantia Book quote: “After the attainment of the supreme satisfaction of the fullness of worship, you are qualified for admission to the Corps of the Finality. The ascendant career is well-nigh finished, and the seventh jubilee prepares for celebration. The first jubilee marked the mortal agreement with the Thought Adjuster when the purpose to survive was sealed; the second was the awakening in the morontia life; the third was the fusion with the Thought Adjuster; the fourth was the awakening in Havona; the fifth celebrated the finding of the Universal Father; and the sixth jubilee was the occasion of the Paradise awakening from the final transit slumber of time. The seventh jubilee marks entrance into the mortal finaliter corps and the beginning of the eternity service. The attainment of the seventh stage of spirit realization by a finaliter will probably signalize the celebration of the first of the jubilees of eternity.” [27:7.8 (305.1)]
You can see how this will be an exciting exploration into our future as we pursue our desire to find God. We hope you will be able to join us.
Components of the Conference
May 27-29, 2022: On-site registration check-in begins on Friday at 2:00 p.m. The conference events start with dinner on Friday, May 27, continue all day Saturday, and finish just before noon on Sunday. During this weekend we will cover all seven of an ascending mortal’s jubilees.
Important: There are two elements to registering. One is to register for the conference itself, which includes the event and meals (lunch and dinners but not breakfast).
Register for the conference: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ehr1s98k932ac964&llr= aenolgsab
The second is to register for the hotel rooms (which includes weekend buffet breakfasts). You can connect to the hotel website for registration information here. Your room, parking, hotel amenities, all meals, snacks, conferencing rooms, AV, and so forth, are covered.
The sooner you register, the more likely to have a space secured for the conference!
We will follow local and hotel guidance when it comes to COVID restrictions. Hotel website: https://www.marriott.com/en-us/hotels/dfwap-dallas-fort-worth-airport-marriott/overview/ ?scid=bb1a189a-fec3-4d19-a255-54ba596febe2&y_source=1_NzQ4MDM5LTcxNS1sb2 NhdGlvbi53ZWJzaXRl
Suites: Each two-room suite features a private bedroom and a private sitting area with a pullout sofa bed, mini fridge, coffee maker, and microwave oven.
One King Bed Suites: A two-room spacious suite with one king-sized bed has a rate of $119.00 per night plus 15% sales tax.
Two Queen Bed Suites: A two-room spacious suite with two queen-sized beds has a rate of $129.00 per night plus 15% sales tax.
Roommates: If you wish to have one or more roommates, it is up to you to identify them. Then one of you will make the hotel reservation for all of you. Each of you will still need to register for the conference separately.
Hotel Amenities: This hotel has an indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness center, business center, and Capistrano’s—their full-service restaurant and bar. Additionally, your stay includes a complimentary buffet breakfast served on weekends from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Each evening you can mingle with other guests at the daily complimentary reception. Wrap up your day with a drink at the sports lounge.
Parking: The hotel offers free parking for attendees and guests.
Pet Policy: Fifteen minutes and eight miles away the hotel allows pets. You must go to their website to read the pet policy.
Smoking: Smoking is permitted in designated areas only.
Meals: Conference costs and room charges, all meals are included. No outside food may be brought in or additional fees will be applied.
Special food requirements: If you have special food requirements (vegan, vegetarian, food allergy, gluten free, or others) please let us know at the time you register for the conference. We will make every effort to work with the hotel to accommodate you. There is a $10.00 per plate charge for special food requirements, billed to your hotel room.
To and from airport assistance: The Embassy Suites has free airport shuttle services. You will make those requests directly with the hotel.
We are now in regular registration. Early bird registration was until December 31, 2021. Regular registration is from January 1 to March 31, 2022. Late registration runs from April 1 to May 15, 2022.
Commuter rate and daily rate: There are no commuter or daily rates. However, you may choose to register only for the conference (includes lunch and dinners but not breakfast). Cancellations and refunds: Room cancellations and refunds are subject to the Hotel Policy; however, in the event you are unable to attend, conference fees will not be refunded.
Early Bird Registration (through December 31, 2022) $275
Regular Registration (January 1 through March 31, 2022) $325
Late Registration (April 1 to May 15, 2022) $400
Donations: When you register you will have an opportunity to make a donation. These donations will be applied equally across all acceptable scholarship requests.
Scholarships: If you wish to receive a scholarship for a portion of your conference fees, you will need to submit a scholarship request letter that includes the following information: name and contact information, other scholarships you’ve received in the past, why you need a scholarship for this conference, how you plan to use the information gained at the conference in your local area, and any other information you deem important.
Volunteers: We are looking for volunteers. If you would like to help, please contact us.
We look forward to seeing you in person!
Suzanne Kelly 817-455-6200 and Katrina Glavan-Heise 210-288-2863