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Kanuga Welcomes Newfoundland Therapy Group
With its two missions closely aligned on providing hope and healing, Kanuga and TimberKnolls Spirit Cove, a nonprofit equine and canine therapy program, are collaborating to bring the organization’s headquarters to the region. TimberKnolls Spirit Cove provides services at no charge to veterans, military families, firefighters, EMS workers, doctors, nurses, teachers, and trauma victims. The...
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Winterlight Deepens Personal and Spiritual Lives
by Susan Vickery-Mercer, Youth Minister, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, North Carolina St. Paul’s Episcopal Church high school students savor the annual opportunity for Kanuga’s Winterlight Youth Conference, held this year December 28-January 1, to connect and reconnect with students from Episcopal churches across the Southeast, while exploring avenues for personal and spiritual growth. The...
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Remembering Archbishop Desmond Tutu
The world suffered a deep loss with the death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu on December 26, 2021. Kanuga remembers him with love and gratitude as we recall his visits. In 2002, Trinity Wall Street and Kanuga partnered to present a spiritual formation conference that featured Tutu as the keynote speaker. His presence for that event—as...
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Smile and Say: “Kudzu”!
This month, Kanuga welcomed a local goat herd to serve as weed-eaters. “Goatscaping” is re-emerging as a popular alternative to the use of the expensive and harmful chemicals that cause negative impacts on the environment. In keeping with the stereotype, goats will eat almost anything. And as it turns out, they find Kudzu to be...
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