The giving societies at Lake Junaluska support its ministries by funding worship experiences, Christian programs, and leadership development. The support from giving societies has enabled Lake Junaluska to become a place of Christian hospitality where lives are transformed through renewal of soul, mind, and body. Society members are asked to make a five (5) year commitment.
$100,000+ Transformation Society
$50,000-$99,999 1913 Society
$25,000-49,999 Stuart/Atkins Society
$10,000-$24,999 Gilbert/Lambuth Society
$5,000-$9,999 Frances Asbury Society
$1,000-$4,999 Lakeshore Society
$500-$999 Rose Society
$250-$499 Pathfinder Society
We are forever grateful to the members of the Transformation Society for their faithful contributions to the future of Lake Junaluska. The impact of their contributions can be seen through the lives of those who visit Lake Junaluska. These members are committed to upholding our mission and maintaining the momentum of our ministry for future generations.
As Lake Junaluska prepares for the next 100 years it faithfully honors the legacy established by its founders. Lake Junaluska was founded to be a place of spiritual renewal and development. Members of the 1913 Society represent the commitment of Lake Junaluska to preserve these principles and to move our ministry forward into the next generation.
Named for two founders of Lake Junaluska, the Stuart/Atkins Society symbolizes the calling of individuals with a dream. The members of this society represent the example of our founders by their vision and support of our organization.
Diverse in culture and race, Dr. John Wesley Gilbert and Bishop Walter R. Lambuth were visionaries among late 19th/early 20th century missionaries, scholars, and ministers. Members of the Gilbert/Lambuth society exemplify the devotion and passion for Lake Junaluska shared by these men.
Francis Asbury Society
Francis Asbury, a founder of American Methodism, traveled along Richland Creek where Lake Junaluska is now located. Members of the Francis Asbury society embody leadership and loyalty, which are necessary for sustaining our future.
The waters of Lake Junaluska symbolize renewal of mind, body, and soul. Members of the Lakeshore Society are a positive reflection of the principles of our organization.
A rose symbolizes growth and new beginnings. Members of the Rose Society help to cultivate, nurture, and breathe life into our mission.
Members of the Pathfinder society lay the foundation for our success and set new expectations for our future.
To make a donation by phone, call the Office of Development and the Foundation at 828-454-6680 or toll free at 866-256-1079.Mail Donations
To make a donation by mail, send to
Lake Junaluska Assembly Inc.
The Office of Development and the Foundation
PO Box 67
Lake Junaluska, NC 28745