Besides participants working in teams to create new solutions to the challenges of reaching the unreached, there are also a number of pre-recorded design-thinking and product-thinking workshops, speakers with a missional focus, worship sessions and community-bonding events that equip you, enrich your experience, and help you form spiritually supportive relationships.
#HACK2020 is a virtual hackathon held on Zoom.
10 Oct, Sat
Inspirations Evening and Team Formation
8pm – 10pm
Meet other participants and visitors as we come together to share the heart we have for different people groups.
This year, there are no fixed challenges. Instead, there is a facilitated process to discover the different people groups you feel a burden for, find like-minded people, and have conversations on the needs of these people groups.
This is a crucial segment of #HACK, so you are strongly encouraged to attend!
16 Oct, Fri
7pm till late
We’ll start on time, so don’t miss it! An opening address by our #HACK organising lead Zi Jian.
Isaac Ong and Simon Seow will be our presenting speakers for this evening.
Participants will get a chance to form teams, if they haven’t already done so.
Thereafter, #HACKing officially begins!
17 Oct, Sat
8am till late
Various activities throughout the day helps you to make friends, stay in-tuned with God, and connect with #HACK cities around the world.
There is also a special consultation evening where you get initial feedback on your ideas before pitching the next day.
18 Oct, Sun
Submitting Your Ideas
8am – 5pm
Ready to submit your team’s ideas? Be it a video, a deck, or a working prototype, your submission will be made available to judges in the form of a virtual booth.
This also means you get to visit other teams, check them out, and of course encourage them on this journey!
24 Oct, Sat
#HACK Afterglow and Prize Presentation
2pm – 4pm
Come back after a week and reconnect with your teammates! This is #HACK Afterglow, the ember after the fire of the event, and it is during this time that our judges will announce the winning teams.
Thoughts from Past Participants
Behind every screen is a person, and that person is in need of the Gospel. May our hearts be open to see what God sees.