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Anita Whitmire Boan Housekeeping Manager anita.whitmire@kanuga.org 2831 
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Barbara Panetta Reservations Associate barbara.panetta@kanuga.org 2814 
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Barry Phillips Director of Food Service barry.phillips@kanuga.org 2833 
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Chris Lynn Adult Conferences Program Director chris.lynn@kanuga.org 2818 
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Clint DeWitt Environmental Projects Manager clint.dewitt@kanuga.org 2823 
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Connie Holliday Director of Group Sales connie.holliday@kanuga.org 2808 
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David Schnitzer Camp Kanuga Director david.schnitzer@kanuga.org 2840 
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Eden Lewis Guest Period Program Director eden.lewis@kanuga.org 2817 
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Eric George Assistant Director of Event & Guest Services eric.george@kanuga.org 2827 
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Gary Giniat Vice President of Advancement gary.giniat@kanuga.org 2816 
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Hayden Hawkins Assistant Director of Event & Guest Services hayden.hawkins@kanuga.org 2829 
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Jason Merritt Director of Marketing and Communications jason.merritt@kanuga.org 2826 
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Jill Mallin Director of Event & Guest Services jill.mallin@kanuga.org 2828 
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Jimmy Haden Vice President of Hospitality and Sales jimmy.haden@kanuga.org 2810 
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Kaitlin Pope Mountain Trail Outdoor School Assistant Director kaitlin.pope@kanuga.org 2838 
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Kate Bakko Reservations Associate kate.bakko@kanuga.org 2811 
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Katherine Parnell Camp Bob Program Director katherine.parnell@kanuga.org 2836 
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Kevin Manion Expedition Programs Manager kevin.manion@kanuga.org 2813 
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Kim Moree Manager of Board Relations kim.moree@kanuga.org 2806 
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Laura Moushey Human Resources Director laura.moushey@kanuga.org 2807 
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Leslie Hartley Communications Writer leslie.hartley@kanuga.org 2822 
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Marcella Thompson Controller marcella.thompson@kanuga.org 2803 
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Mark C. Upright J.D., M.B.A. Chief Operating Officer mark.upright@kanuga.org 2804 
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Meghan Hull Director of Mountain Trail Outdoor School meghan.hull@kanuga.org 2839 
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Paul Bockoven Director of Information Technology paul.bockoven@kanuga.org 2819 
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Ricky Varnadore Director of Property ricky.varnadore@kanuga.org 2834 
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Sandy McKinney Reservations Associate sandy.mckinney@kanuga.org 2815 
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Sara Christensen Visual Communications Specialist sara.christensen@kanuga.org 2825 
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Stacie Loeffler Advancement Associate stacie.loeffler@kanuga.org 2734 
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Stan Hubbard President stan.hubbard@kanuga.org 2805 

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ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color
ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

When: February 13, 2016 - February 19, 2016

Use traditional egg tempera, gold leaf and prayer to recreate an icon. No art experience necessary. Students can choose to paint an icon of the Nativity or an icon of the Archangel Gabriel....

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ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color
ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

When: February 13, 2016 - February 19, 2016

Use traditional egg tempera, gold leaf and prayer to recreate an icon. No art experience necessary. Students can choose to paint an icon of the Nativity or an icon of the Archangel Gabriel....

Register Now | Full Details Close it
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ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color
ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

When: February 13, 2016 - February 19, 2016

Use traditional egg tempera, gold leaf and prayer to recreate an icon. No art experience necessary. Students can choose to paint an icon of the Nativity or an icon of the Archangel Gabriel....

Register Now | Full Details Close it
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ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color
ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

When: February 13, 2016 - February 19, 2016

Use traditional egg tempera, gold leaf and prayer to recreate an icon. No art experience necessary. Students can choose to paint an icon of the Nativity or an icon of the Archangel Gabriel....

Register Now | Full Details Close it
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ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color
ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

When: February 13, 2016 - February 19, 2016

Use traditional egg tempera, gold leaf and prayer to recreate an icon. No art experience necessary. Students can choose to paint an icon of the Nativity or an icon of the Archangel Gabriel....

Register Now | Full Details Close it
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ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color
ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

When: February 13, 2016 - February 19, 2016

Use traditional egg tempera, gold leaf and prayer to recreate an icon. No art experience necessary. Students can choose to paint an icon of the Nativity or an icon of the Archangel Gabriel....

Register Now | Full Details Close it
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ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color
ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

ICONOGRAPHY: The Gospel in Line and Color

When: February 13, 2016 - February 19, 2016

Use traditional egg tempera, gold leaf and prayer to recreate an icon. No art experience necessary. Students can choose to paint an icon of the Nativity or an icon of the Archangel Gabriel....

Register Now | Full Details Close it
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Church Leadership Conference

Church Leadership Conference

When: February 19, 2016 - February 21, 2016

Discover new tools for successful ministry and develop a team-based set of leadership strategies. Co-sponsored by the Episcopal Church Foundation.

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Church Leadership Conference

Church Leadership Conference

When: February 19, 2016 - February 21, 2016

Discover new tools for successful ministry and develop a team-based set of leadership strategies. Co-sponsored by the Episcopal Church Foundation.

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Church Leadership Conference

Church Leadership Conference

When: February 19, 2016 - February 21, 2016

Discover new tools for successful ministry and develop a team-based set of leadership strategies. Co-sponsored by the Episcopal Church Foundation.

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2016 Christian Formation Conference

June 13, 2016 - June 17, 2016

About the Conference

2016 Theme: Take. Break. Bless. Give.

These are the words of our faith, but how do we live them out in this complicated, multicultural, technologically advanced century?  Learn with us about how to be the Church beyond our houses of worship.

The week will include more than 20 workshops covering such topics as racism sensitivity training, means of reconciliation, ministry with the homeless, how to host a dinner church and a wide variety of nuts-n-bolts workshops about formation basics.

Midweek we will hold a Stop Hunger Now event in which all conference participants, from age 2-92, will join to package over 20,000 meals for the world’s hungry. You will learn how to host such an event in your parish – all for 29 cents a meal. Donate to this effort here!

Click here to view the flyer.

Click here to view the workshop descriptions.

About the Rev. Winnie Varghese

Winnie Varghese

Winnie, director of community outreach for Trinity Wall Street, is a 1994 graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas and Union Theological Seminary in 1999. She was ordained to the priesthood in 2000. A contributing editor of “What Shall We Become: The Future and Structure of the Episcopal Church,” Winnie has served as rector of St. Mark’s in the Bowery, the oldest site of continuous worship in New York. She was a member of the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church from 2006-2012. Winnie also has served as a chaplain at UCLA and Columbia University. She and her partner live in New York City with their two teenagers. 

About the Staff

Chaplain: Anna Olson

Anna OlsonA graduate of Union Seminary and Stanford University, Anna was ordained in the Diocese of Los Angeles in 2000. She lives and works in the diverse Koreatown neighborhood of LA, where she has served as rector of Saint Mary’s Episcopal Church since 2011. St. Mary’s is Los Angeles’ only historic Japanese-American Episcopal church. Anna specializes in working with historic congregations to connect with the needs and gifts of new neighbors, developing models for multilingual and enculturated liturgy as well as liturgy in public spaces, and in opening space for marginalized communities to reshape and revitalize the Church. She married her husband Steve in 2013, after waiting twenty years together for marriage in California to be legal for all. They have two daughters. Anna is fluent in Spanish and working on learning some Korean. She is proud of her 2nd-degree black belt in taekwondo. Her first book, “Claiming Resurrection in the Dying Church: Freedom beyond Survival,” will be published by Westminster John Knox in Spring 2016. 

Musician: Vicky Tavernier

Vicky TavernierVicky has been a church musician since her legs were long enough to reach the organ pedals. She’s directed adult and children's choirs. She even led a praise and worship band for a while—yes, in an Episcopal church. She loves it all. Guitars, tone chimes, boom whackers, ukuleles, band instruments: All seem to find a way to express joie de vivre in a service. One of Vicky’s favorite church music memories is that of playing a nose harp on stage at adult Vacation Bible School with two other fun, crazy people. Intuition directs her choices.  Zeal fuels her passion. Vicky always asks God what She wants to hear at a service when choosing hymns. She’s open-minded and works best in a team environment. The more people get a chance to give their gifts, the better.

Coordinators

Allison and Bob Askins
St. Martin’s-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, Columbia, SC

Members of St. Martin’s-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, Columbia, S.C., where Allison is on staff as associate for communication and programs and Bob, a former senior warden, currently serves on the Adult Formation Board as well as having been chair of the parish’s 2014 Same-Sex Blessing Curriculum Discussion Team.  Allison is co-coordinator of the 2016 Christian Formation Conference and Bob is overseeing the event’s Stop Hunger Now program.

Kathy Graham
Birmingham, AL

Coordinator for Lifelong Christian Formation for the Diocese of Alabama and a former longtime director of children’s ministry for two parishes. Kathy is serving as co-coordinator of the 2016 Christian Formation Conference.

Bring the whole family

As with all Kanuga summer conferences, you can make this week a mountain vacation for the whole family. While parents attend sessions, young people participate in their own programs directed by our carefully selected staff in a safe and fun Christian environment. Programs for young people will begin at 3 p.m. on Monday, June 13. There is a $100/week fee for nursery care (under age 3).

Spouses can fish, hike, play tennis or nearby golf, relax on the porch or by the lake and visit area attractions. The whole family can spend time together in the afternoons and evenings.

Details & Registration

COST

Double Occupancy $590 per person $531 before February 13, 2016
Includes program, lodging, meals and use of recreational facilities.
Single Occupancy $740 per person $666 before February 13, 2016
Includes same as above. (Based on availability)
Commuter $335 per person $302 before February 13, 2016
Includes program, lunches, suppers and use of recreational facilities.
Non-participating spouse $415 per person $374 before February 13, 2016
Includes lodging, meals and use of recreational facilities.
Youth (ages 10-18) $280 per person $252 before February 13, 2016
Includes lodging, meals and use of recreational facilities.
Child (ages 3-9) $180 per person $162 before February 13, 2016
Includes lodging, meals and use of recreational facilities.
Infant/Toddler (Under age 3)

FREE
Includes lodging, meals and use of recreational facilities.

There is a $100 infant/toddler fee for those who participate in Kanuga's optional nursery program during plenary sessions and workshops. Register for nursery care upon arrival; this fee will be added to your final invoice.

Early arrival on June 12 $80 per person
Includes loding, meals and use of recreational facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAYMENT

Deposit $100 per person
Nonrefundable. Nontransferable. Deposit deducted from total fee.
Balance Due May 12
(To register after this date, please pay full amount)

 

CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT TIMES

Check-in 4-6 p.m. Monday, June 13
Check-out After breakfast Friday, June 17

 

 

 

REGISTRATION AND DISCOUNTS*

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Financial Assistance Download a printable application - PDF
Team Discount

Kanuga is pleased to offer a special discount to groups such as churches, vestries and organizations in an effort to help make the Kanuga experience accessible.

Please enter promo code KS15TD to receive a 15% discount per registrant when you register six or more group participants for this conference at least 30 days before the conference begins.

Click here to learn more.