Due to COVID we won’t be holding an Aiden’s Hope conference in 2020, but are looking ahead with anticipation to Aiden’s Hope 2021 and this special opportunity to gather as a community and minister to one another as bereaved parents. Check back right here at aidenshope.org and stay tuned to our social media channels for the latest.
Aiden’s Hope Conference is a time for bereaved parents and those who love them to build a foundation of hope for the future, based on the truth found in the Bible. A time to process, grieve, heal, and renew alongside others who have been impacted by the loss of a child due to miscarriage, suicide, sickness, or any other circumstances. You are not alone!
An optional, private session with a professional counselor is included as part of your conference registration. Conference scholarships are available thanks to the generosity of those who have given in support of bereaved families.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND AIDEN’S HOPE?
If you are a bereaved parent or grandparent, this conference is for you.
If you have lost an adult child, this conference is for you.
If you have lost an unborn child due to miscarriage, this conference is for you.
If you have lost a child to suicide, sickness, or any other circumstance, this conference is for you.
If you are a pastor or counselor who works with bereaved parents, this conference is for you.
If you are a friend or family member of anyone who has experienced this kind of loss, and you want to know how best to encourage and support them, this conference is for you!
Aiden’s Hope 2021 will also include a special track for couples experiencing infertility and miscarriage.
ABOUT THE FOUNDER & MAIN CONFERENCE SPEAKER
Pastor Jesse Campbell’s son Aiden went to heaven to be with Jesus on May 27, 2012. In the years that have followed, thousands have been touched by Aiden’s story and legacy. As a pastor, speaker, and author, Jesse’s passion is to share the hope and healing of the gospel with all. Jesse serves as the Lead Pastor of Highlands Community Church, a multi campus church in the greater Seattle area.
Due to COVID we won’t be holding an Aiden’s Hope conference in 2020, but are looking ahead with anticipation to Aiden’s Hope 2021 and this special opportunity to gather as a community and minister to one another as bereaved parents. Stay tuned for more info to come right here at aidenshope.org and on our social media channels.
Highlands Community Church | Renton
3031 NE 10th St. Renton, WA, 98056
Highlands Community Church is located just 15 minutes outside of Seattle in Renton, Washington. Highlands is just minutes from beautiful Coulon Park on Lake Washington, as well as a variety of shops and restaurants at The Landing. Nearby hotel accommodations include the Hampton Inn & Suites and the Hyatt Regency at Southport.
REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE
Check back here for 2021 conference registration information!
If you would like to donate to help provide scholarships for attendees of this conference, please contact us.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHERE DOES THE NAME "AIDEN'S HOPE" COME FROM?
Aiden is Pastor Jesse’s son who passed away in 2012. Watch Aiden’s story here.
DO I NEED TO BE A CHRISTIAN TO ATTEND THIS CONFERENCE?
No, this conference is geared towards anyone who has encountered the pain of child loss. That said, the content of each session is based on the truth and hope found in God’s Word. Wherever you are at spiritually, you will walk away from this conference challenged by the content and encouraged by the community you experience.
HOW CAN I HELP SUPPORT THIS CONFERENCE?
If you would like to be part of supporting this conference, for example by donating to provide scholarships for those attending, or by volunteering to serve at the conference, please contact us.
Our prayer is that Aiden’s Hope Conference will become a tremendously meaningful part of your story. If there is any way that our team can serve you, don’t hesitate to contact us.