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The Atmosphere Conference is Jubilee’s worship and prayer conference.

 

The agenda of the conference is that there is no agenda. During this conference we will pray, we will worship, we wait on the Lord and we will record our next season of songs.

 

The Atmosphere Conference will be held this year from June 22 through June 26.

ATMOSPHERE 2022 LINEUP

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22

7:30p: Pastor Travis Greene

THURSDAY, JUNE 23

7:30p: Kierra Sheard-Kelly

FRIDAY, JUNE 24

7:30p: Pastor Mike Jr. 

SUNDAY, JUNE 26

Boston | 7:30a &10:00a

Stoughton | 12:00p

 WE ARE A HOUSE OF PRAYER 

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12HOUR
PRAYER

FRIDAY, JUNE 24

7p-7a

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 WE ARE A HOUSE OF PRAYER 

FAQs

How do I get to Jubilee Christian Church: Boston Campus?
Jubilee Christian Church 1500 Blue Hill Ave. Boston, MA 02126 

Click Here for Google Maps Direction

 

Is Atmosphere Conference a free event?

Yes! All sessions are free. 

 

Do I have to register for reserved seating?

There is no registration for the conference. There will be no reserved seating. 

 

Do I have to wear a mask?

Masks are currently optional for all Jubilee events. We encourage you to make the choice that is most comfortable for you and your loved ones.

Will there be merchandise on sale?

Yes! There will be merchandise on sale. Our guest speakers will also be selling merchandise of their own. Don’t forget you can pick up your copies of When You Pray (written by Pastor Matthew K. Thompson) and When We Pray (written by Pastor Matthew and Mona Thompson) in-person or online here.
 

Will there be accommodations for the deaf community?

Yes, there will be an ASL Interpreter available for the deaf community. 

 

Am I allowed to take photos and videos clips?

Yes! However, we ask that all attendees turn off their cell phone ringers & camera flashes to avoid distraction and service interruption.