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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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The Importance of Outdoor Programming in the COVID-19 Era
Mountain Trail Outdoor School (MTOS) Director Lucas Newton was interviewed by his alma mater, Georgia College, about the need for outdoor programming during the COVID-19 pandemic era. Lucas, who graduated in 2012, joined Kanuga as MTOS as director in 2021. Read the full article here. We are pleased to share that the program is nearly...
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A Holy Baptism on Sacred Ground
by LaClaire Atkins “It is a day when we celebrate the communion of saints, the martyrs and ancestors, the people in our lives who have stood in the tradition of the Gospel, who point and beckon us to live our lives like Christ. All Saints Day invites to look back. But it also invites to...
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In Honor of Mary: A Gift of Renewal for Kanuga
“My aunt loved Kanuga more than anything else,” says Heather W. Harts’horn, speaking of her father’s only sibling, Mary Hartshorn-Gregory, whose visits to Kanuga spanned five decades. The two families lived on the same street for 150 years, and Heather developed a special relationship with her Aunt Mary that was to be lifelong. Although the...
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