Breaking bread is one of the best parts of any Adventist event so we thought we’d share some information about the eating arrangements for the AT1 gathering taking place October 4-6 in Portland.

Breakfasts are included with your hotel stay at Embassy Suites Washington Square. As part of the registration fee, Sabbath lunch is also included.

For your other meals there is an in-house restaurant, Cascadia, at the hotel, as well as other great restaurants within walking distance of the hotel/conference center around the Washington Square Mall.

More eating options are available a short drive away in Bridgeport Village, which is just 5 miles down the road.

There are also several grocery stores nearby for those who prefer that option.

Now is the time to register for AT. Regular registration ends on June 30. AT1 is a brand new camp meeting-style gathering for the Adventist community organized by the Adventist Today publication.

Our theme is “Christ Challenges Culture.” AT1 will call everyone who attends to reimagine the Adventist narrative to fully embrace the reassuring, present truth of God’s love and grace. This is a fresh kind of fellowship where we are reminded that there is reconciliation and unity in Jesus.

Click below to register:

Regular Registration — March 1 thru June 30 — $300.00

Late registration runs from July 1 to October 4 and costs $350.

Once you’ve registered online, your next step is to make a hotel reservation at Embassy Suites Washington Square where AT1 is taking place.

Reservations can be made by calling 503.644.4000 and requesting the Adventist Today 2019 ATI Conversation group rate or the group code XAT.  Reservations can also be made by following this link.

The hotel group rate is $151 per night ++ for single, double, triple, or quad occupancy and includes complimentary parking, internet in sleeping rooms, and cooked-to-order breakfast.

Rates are available from October 2 – 6, 2019. Check-in: 3:00 pm. Check-out: 12:00 pm. Space is limited at this rate, so please reserve your room today.

Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about AT1

Register for AT1