Your safety is a top priority for us. We value and appreciate each of our attendees, and we’d like to review with you our COVID-19 policies as we aim to keep things clean and as safe as possible.
On July 3rd the Mayor of Nashville moved the city back to Phase II, limiting gatherings larger than 25 people. As a result we have had to cancel Greater Things 2020. We hope you can join us next year in Oklahoma City, August 4-7 2021.
Our registration process will be as contactless as possible. We will have kiosks set up with tablets so you can check yourself in. Tablets will be sanitized after each use. You will pick up your name badge at a table (6+ feet wide). Kindly wait for the staff member to put your name on your badge, then set it on the edge of the table before you approach to receive it. You will also pick up your own guide book at this time.
Social Distancing, Masks, etc.
Though masks are not required, we plan to make protective masks available for those who would like to use them. Accordingly, we will have a designated seating section in the main meeting space where masks will be required for those who feel more comfortable there. We will also have hand sanitizers available, and we encourage you to use it before and after any touchpoints. Rows in the main meeting space will be wider than normal to allow for appropriate social distancing. We will set marks on the floor to encourage social distancing while waiting in line to enter the main hall before the morning and evening sessions.
Please note in breakout rooms and during meal times we cannot guarantee social distancing. Meals are optional and at an additional cost.
Please expect corporate prayer from the stage, as well as optional hands-on ministry. It is our goal to provide an excellent ministry experience while respecting health and safety guidelines.
For more information from the Music City Center in Nashville, please review the guidelines and steps they are taking to keep people safe.
Music City Center Health and Saftey Guidelines