UPDATED IMPORTANT NOTICE!! Due to fluctuating COVID-19 protocols from the government regarding groups or gatherings, the decision was made to NOT meet Spring May 2022. We hope to be able to be back Bigger and Better Spring of 2023!


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Our vision for this conference is to come from a Christian perspective, ministering to the needs of Christian families, both registered and enrolled with Independent Schools, although all families are welcome to attend.

Conference Details

Online Registration:   *open April 1 to May 15 only*

  • 1 day – $30
  • 2 days – $50
  • A FREE parking pass will be emailed to you ($7.50/day value)
  • Option to use paypal or your PO# for Registration Fees

Registration at the Door:

  • 1 day – $40
  • 2 days – $60
  • no parking pass provided
  • Payment: Cash or Credit Card

Vendor Hall Hours:      

  • Friday 12:00 – 5:00
  • Saturday 9:00 – 5:00

Sessions:  *watch for details on this site*

  • Friday 6 Speaker Sessions
  • Saturday 9 Speaker Sessions

The Bookstore Café will be open for those who want to purchase food. Attendees are welcome to bring a picnic lunch if preferred.


Trinity Western University

7600 Glover Road
Langley, BC, Canada

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Conference Schedule

(to be posted in March)
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  • Friday

    May 22, 2020

  • Saturday

    May 23, 2020

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Keynote Speaker

Phil Hills

Phil has been the Executive Regional Director of Associated Christian Schools International of Western Canada (ACSIWC) for 14 years.

ACSIWC worked with leading DL schools at their inception and has been privileged to watch them mature into to some of the most effective, innovative and future focused forms of Christian Education. Phil has actively supported leaders within the movement and continues to speak at DL events, encouraging educators in this field to use this powerful educational platform to advance the kingdom of God through excellent, contemporary educational practices.

Friday May 22nd – 11am to Noon

Meta Modernism

We are in the age of Meta Modernism. This is a relatively new term that describes our children’s desire for certainty and future hope. Many, especially the young, are crying out for a radical renewal of politics, economy and culture based on urgent demands for both equality and environmental harmony. Reason, history, even expertise from people who have valid critiques of the methods and goals of this new utopianism, are being discarded in favour of blind faith and revolutionary fervour. This Keynote will explain this growing movement and its implications for the future.

Saturday May 23rd – 5pm to 6pm

The Great Scattering: What is it? Why did it happen?

Why is the hope of the great gathering the most important message our children need to hear today? This workshop is a reflection on the consequences and cost of the sexual revolution, how it has shaped the identity crisis of our age and why the future hope of Revelation in the answer to the generational anguish experienced by many of our children.

Other speakers will be finalized in March

Those wishing to submit a speaker application
please email speakers@bchlc.ca

Sponsoring Schools & Conference Committee Members

Participating Schools


Vendors to be added throughout March

Vendors who would like to book space please email vendors@bchlc.ca

2020 BCHLC Conference Registration

April 1-May 15