March 2013 - October 2013 -
Whitewater rafting adventures at Lake
Junaluska offer all inclusive rafting packages bundled with YOU in mind. Our
focus is to offer the best whitewater rafting and ziplining packages around. We
provide simplicity each step of the way in order for you to relax and have a
great time with your group.
July 3 & 4; August 2 & 3; October 18 & 19; December 13 & 14 -
The Lake Junaluska
Singers, directed by Dr.
Melodie Galloway, are a 16-voice professional
ensemble, which serves as the Ambassador choir for the Southeastern
Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church and of the Lake Junaluska
Conference and Retreat Center. The group began in 1954 and has performed
nationally and internationally for conferences, dignitaries, and major events.
Their music ranges from classical choral and contemporary works to gospel,
folk and musical theatre styles.
October 18-20, 2013 -
annual Choir Music Weekend is designed for small and medium sized adult choirs.
Participants will spend the weekend learning new worship anthems, attending
specialized workshops, and sharing in worship together. This year’s event
includes tickets to The Lake Junaluska Singer’s Concert on Saturday,
October 22 - 24, 2013 -
Join UMC Endorsed Coach Reverend Teresa Angle-Young for this fun and inspiring workshop at beautiful Lake Junaluska. Leave with a renewed spirit for preaching, practical tools for writing and delivering the Sunday sermon, and tips on creating a balanced preaching practice for STRESS-LESS PREACHING! Online Registration!
November 11 - 13, 2013 -
"The Good Shepherd" -Knowing the geography of biblical lands expands our understanding of the critical nature of the shepherd's role in the life of the flock. Learn the differences between true shepherds and hired shepherds, and between sheep and goats -- and the implications of those differences on our relationship with the Lord. The Bible is packed with references to shepherds and the tools of their trade -- references we need to understand to comprehend more fully Christ's open arms extended to us.
November 13 - 15, 2013 -
"Paul's Letters and Their Communities" - Archaeology can help us understand the character of a particular community. Who were the residents of that community? What gods did they honor in their temples? What were the economic and political forces there? And knowing the character of a community helps us understand the nature of the early Christian church established there. What sorts of folks were the early members of the church? What religious practices were they used to? What problems arose in a particular church because of its location? Paul's letters address particular communities in the early church and we can get a much better idea of Paul's teaching when we have a better picture of who he is addressing.