About our conference chair:

The Rev. Dr. Greg Peters, Servants of Christ Research Professor of Monastic Studies, received his Doctorate in Monastic Studies from the Pontifical Athenaeum of Sant’Anselmo in Rome, his PhD in theology from the University of St. Michael's College in Toronto and has Masters Degrees from St. John's School of Theology, Collegeville, MN and Dallas Theological Seminary.  He has published several articles and books specializing in monasticism including his most recent books:  The Monkhood of All Believers: The Monastic Foundation of Christian Spirituality and The Story of Monasticism: Retrieving an Ancient Tradition for Contemporary Spirituality. 

About our speakers: 

The Rev. Canon Dr. Winfield Bevins is the Director of Church Planting at Asbury Theological Seminary. He is a regular adjunct professor and guest lecturer at various seminaries and universities in the United States and England. He has a Doctor of Ministry from Southeastern Seminary in Wake Forest North Carolina and is pursuing a PhD at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. Winfield is the author of several books, including Ever Ancient Ever New: The Allure of Liturgy for a New Generation; Creed: Connect to the Essentials of Historic Christian Faith; and Our Common Prayer: A Field Guide to Common Prayer. He is a priest in the Anglican Church in North America and serves as the Canon for Church Planting for the Diocese of the Carolinas.  

Dr. Robin Darling Young is a scholar of early Christianity, primarily in the East. She concentrates on documents in Greek, Syriac and Armenian. She has written articles, edited volumes of collected essays, and published translations of early Christian documents in those languages. Currently she concentrates upon the life and thought of Evagrius of Pontus. She has directed a team whose translation of Evagrius' Gnostic Trilogy will appear in 2020 with Oxford University Press; forthcoming are her translations of his Letters from the Syriac and Armenian in which they were preserved. A monograph on the work of Evagrius will follow shortly thereafter. She is an Associate Professor of the History of Christianity at the Catholic University of America, and has held permanent faculty positions at Wesley Theological Seminary and at the University of Notre Dame. She has been a visiting professor at the universities of Chicago and Virginia. With her husband, Malcolm C. Young, she has five children and six grandchildren.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN.  Early bird registration fee: $135 through January 31, 2020.   ($175 after 1/31/2020)

A pre-conference that explores the Breck Conference theme and implications in greater detail will be offered on Wednesday, June 17.  For those attending the pre-conference and conference, it is possible to earn 3 graduate units from Nashotah House or audit at a discounted rate. 


  • Single rooms with shared facilities begin at $50/night.
  • Private 1-3 bedroom apartments with kitchens begin at $75/night.
  • Bedding and towels are provided at check-in, with laundry room access available.

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