No worries! You can register now and decide later whether you would like to opt for the in-person event or participate online. We will be in touch on March 1 to ask you to decide by March 5 whether you will attend in-person or online. 

We want this conference to be as safe as possible for all our attendees, as well as our speakers. In order to comply with the City of Indianapolis requirements, all attendees, staff, speakers, and vendors will be required to wear masks whenever they are in the building, take a daily temperature check, and complete a daily health questionnaire. All rooms will also be set-up to ensure social distancing. We’ll have more details in future emails, but we want you to know that we are working diligently to make this conference safe for everyone who plans to attend in–person.

If you are already registered you will receive and email from us on March 1 asking you to decide by the end of the day on March 5 whether you will attend TGC21 in-person or virtually. People registering after March 2 will choose in-person or online when they check-out.

Both! We plan to host an in-person event along with a robust online virtual event for anyone who prefers to attend virtually. For those attending in-person, please know that we continue to work with officials at the Indiana Convention Center to ensure a safe conference for all. At this point we are limiting capacity to ensure social distancing, checking temperatures each day upon entry, along with mandatory masks according to local health guidelines.

Everyone who attends online or in-person will receive access to all conference media—every keynote talk on the book of Hebrews and every breakout session—either live or on demand.

 

Every registrant will also receive five free books:

  • How to Reach the West Again by Timothy Keller
  • The Secular Creed: Engaging 5 Contemporary Claims by Rebecca McLaughlin
  • The Multi-Directional Leader: Responding Wisely to Challenges from Every Side by Trevin Wax
  • Before You Lose Your Faith: Deconstructing Doubt in the Church, edited by Collin Hansen and Ivan Mesa, featuring chapters by Karen Swallow Prior, Claude Atcho, Brett McCracken, Derek Rishmawy, and many others
  • Taming the Tongue: How the Gospel Transforms Our Talk by Jeff Robinson
  • Hebrews for You: Giving You an Anchor for the Soul by Michael Kruger



If you attend in person, we’ll have these books waiting for you in Indianapolis. If you’re attending online, we’ll ship them to you through our online bookstore, where you’ll also have access to conference bookstore discount pricing on hundreds of other titles. If you’re watching from outside the United States, we’ll provide you with digital copies of the free books.

If you are already registered on March 1 you will receive an email asking you to decide by the end of the day on March 5 whether you will attend TGC21 in-person or virtually.

If you choose in-person, we will then ask you to select your breakout sessions. Breakout rounds will begin on Monday, April 12, at 10 a.m.

We are also excited to offer you access to two pre-conference events on Sunday, April 11, beginning at 2 p.m.: Finding Rest in a Restless World with Jen Wilkin, Ligon Duncan, and Kathleen Nielson (in-person and virtual) as well as A Special Event with David Platt: The Great Imbalance (in-person only). Please familiarize yourself with the conference schedule as you make your travel arrangements.

We anticipate that the conference will start at 10am on Monday and conclude on Wednesday at 12:30pm. 

We continue to work with officials at the Indiana Convention Center, which has hosted large events through much of the pandemic, to ensure a safe conference for all. We expect limited capacity to ensure social distancing, along with mandatory masks according to local health guidelines. But we believe we can find space for everyone who wants to join us in person.

Yes, if you have a group of 12 or more, please email us at [email protected] for information on a discount for your group. 

Yes, if you are registered for the Women’s Conference (April 9 to 11), please email [email protected] for a special discount. 

All registered attendees will have exclusive/on-demand access to this content. Everyone who attends online or in-person will receive access to all conference media—every keynote talk on the book of Hebrews and every breakout session—either live or on demand. 

The schedule will be slightly different. More details regarding schedule will be available as we get closer to the event. 

We are asking that children (excluding infants) under the age of 13 not attend unless with parental supervision. We will have a special location for nursing mothers.

We are not offering refunds on registrations. All tickets are non-refundable.

Main sessions will be translated live into Spanish. Free headsets will be provided at the Information Desk. During the registration process, you will have the opportunity to sign up for this translation service.

Yes, American Sign Language (ASL) Interpretation will be offered during the main sessions. During the registration process, you will have the opportunity to sign up for this interpretation service.

Once you make your decision regarding your online or in-person registration, we will provide further information about breakouts. 

You are able to transfer your registration by using the edit link at the bottom of your confirmation email. 

 

There will be a $5 transfer fee for transferring your registration after March 1. 

 

Transfers are the responsibility of the two parties involved. TGC is not responsible to arrange payment for transferred registration.

There are hundreds of restaurants in downtown Indy (near the Convention Center). There will also be concessions open at the Convention Center. 

See Ground Transportation tab for details. 

Much more information and a volunteer application will be available soon by clicking the link at the bottom of the TGC21 event page.

Volunteers must be 18 or older. 

We will be in contact 2-4 weeks prior to the event with finalized placements.

Yes, we will be releasing an app for this event a few days prior to the conference.