These are general guidelines on how to participate in and get the most from Doxacon Seattle!

Presentation Proposals

Proposals for Doxacon Seattle 2024 are now closed. But we are always looking for dynamic and engaging speakers, panelists, workshop instructors, and leaders of games and activities. If you are interested in presenting at Doxacon Seattle in the future, please drop us an email at!


We are looking for vendors of artwork, clothing and cosplay, books and other media, etc. Christian, religious, and spiritual themed materials are welcome, but there is no requirement to have Christian content or to be Christian oneself.

This is a family-friendly convention, so please keep display materials in the region of PG-13. Please look over our website to see if we would be a good fit for you and your work. While we do not require materials sold to be explicitly Christian or spiritual—indeed, we love all our fandoms!—we are looking for vendors whose style and tone work well with our audience.

If you are interested in being a vendor for Doxacon Seattle, please send us an email at We’ll get back to you with more details, and answer any questions you might have. We will begin accepting vendor applications for Doxacon Seattle 2025 in mid-2024.

Health and Safety

Doxacon Seattle cares about the health and safety of its guests and is committed to following local COVID safety guidelines. At this point, we will NOT be requiring masks or proof of vaccination for our 2024 event, but if local health and safety requirements change, our event’s policies will reflect those changes.

We also ask that members wear their name badge visibly at all times while attending the convention, and that they follow all the published regulations of Brightwater Center.

Attendance and Cosplay

Doxacon Seattle is an all-ages, family-friendly event. We welcome anyone interested in Christianity, geek culture, or both, to attend. We ask that you help us to make this event both fun and safe for all. To that end, we ask that attendees wear their badges visibly at all times, and follow all the safety regulations of Brightwater Center.

We welcome our participants’ creativity and enthusiasm by inviting all to engage in cosplay. Our cosplay policy is simple: If you feel comfortable wearing your cosplay in front of your priest or pastor and the children of your parish, it should be fine and we’d love to see it.

In practical terms, we ask that your cosplay not be revealing, gory, dangerous, or threatening, and that all cosplay demonstrates engagement in community by being mindful of and respectful toward others. If you’re debating with yourself whether parts of your cosplay might be questionable, please err on the side of sensitivity to others!