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From the North American Presbyter's Office:

As of February 14th, there are over 3700 delegates registered for the upcoming International Assembly in Orlando! 

REGISTER REGISTER REGISTER!!!
We would love to have an accurate idea of how many delegates will be attending this summer's International Assembly BREAKTHROUGH! In order to make this happen, we need your help! If you will be attending (not just needing a room reservation),
PLEASE follow this link: http://cogop.org/assembly/registration.html and click on the red "Register Here" button, follow the steps of registration.
This information will help us be prepared for the record crowd that we are expecting!

HOUSING
The third hotel has been opened for reservations in our system.
Rosen Inn International 7600 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819
http://roseninn7600-px.trvlclick.com/?utm_source=travelclick&utm_medium=cpc

* Rate for this hotel is also $79 + tax per night.
* Refrigerators and microwaves are available in each room.
* Parking at Rosen International is covered with your room cost
* Parking at Rosen Shingle Creek Resort/Convention Center is FREE!
* A 15% discount at all Rosen Shingle Creek Restaurants
* A shuttle will be provided to and from Pointe Orlando to Shingle Creek at no charge to Assembly Delegates

Currently, there are NO ROOMS AVAILABLE at Rosen Shingle Creek or Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. If someone would like to transfer their reservation to Rosen Inn International, please have them contact the Assembly Office at (423) 559-5230.

SCHEDULE & PROGRAM

Here is a link to the current International Assembly Schedule of Events and Program:
 
Be empowered by the Spirit!

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