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APASA 2023 Conference Registration

Updated: Jun 26, 2023

Registration for the 2023 Annual APASA Conference is now open!


Reminder: the deadline for submissions is June 30. See the conference website here for more information.


Registration and Lodging

Visit the APASA conference registration website for registration information or write/call (info below). $115 per person ($50 per family member add on, e.g. spouse, parent, or adult child), $60 for students, the underemployed, and others with financial need.

APASA has discounted rooms for the night of August 2-3 ($173.25 including tax) reserved at The Inn at Amish Door, located in Wilmot just two miles from the Wilderness Center. Call 330-359-7996 and request reservation under our organization’s name. APASA can provide transportation between Amish Door and Wilderness Center if needed. The Ramada in Strasburg (9 miles away) is a second nearby lodging option: 330-878-1400.


The Seventh Annual APASA Conference (2023)

The Wilderness Center

Wilmot, Ohio

Wednesday, Aug. 2, 1pm to Thurs., Aug. 3, 5pm.

APASA conferences disseminate advances in research and service work, spark new ideas through conversation, and broaden networks. Thought-provoking presentations, panels, and discussions, all within a collegial context, are characteristic of our conferences. Attendees include scholars, plain people, service providers, and other regional residents, representing both those with experience in plain Anabaptist topics and those just wanting to learn more.


330-473-4773 | APASA P.O. Box 37, Mt. Hope, OH 44660

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