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Urgent Message From Kanuga President
Dear Friends of Kanuga, This is one of the most important communications from Kanuga in our history.  Please take the time to read, pray, and respond immediately Due to COVID-19 precautions, Kanuga is now closed and will reopen when we know the pandemic has passed. Over the past few days, all schools coming to the...
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COVID-19: KANUGA’S RESPONSE
Kanuga is now closed until further notice because of health guidelines for social interactions due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  With the information from health officials changing rapidly, we have decided the safety and health of our guests and staff are the top priority. Many groups scheduled to come to Kanuga for conferences during the next...
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Planting Roots for the Future: Sustainability at Kanuga
As one of Kanuga’s core values, the principle of sustainability guides decisions, projects, and work around campus. Ultimately, our goal is to treasure God’s gift of land and resources while preserving our legacy for future generations. Embracing Change to Live More Sustainably As we look back at 2019, we celebrate our progress of living more...
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Kanuga Hosts Religious Art Exhibit During Lent
This winter, Kanuga’s Chapel of the Transfiguration is proud to serve as the location for Reliquaries: Paintings for Lent by Suzanne Zoole. The pieces will be on exhibit February 13-April 15 with an opening reception from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on February 13. “Churches have historically served as spaces for expression through the visual...
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