Kanuga Renewal Family Reunion

Recharge, Reconnect, Renew


June 26-July 1, 2022

Gather at Kanuga for this year’s event.

Register Here by June 6 at 5 p.m. 
Scholarship Request Form

A spiritual recharge with teaching, workshop, and worship opportunities. This year’s event is being designed as a retreat and reunion with a focus on spiritual renewal, recreation, and relaxation.

Dr. Kelly M. Kapic, Professor of Theological Studies – Covenant College

Kelly M. Kapic is professor of theological studies at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia. He is the award-winning author or editor of more than 15 books, including Embodied Hope (IVP Academic, 2017), The God Who Gives (Zondervan Academic, 2018), and Becoming Whole with Brian Fikkert (Moody, 2019). Kapic is also part of a John Templeton Foundation grant studying “Christian Meaning-Making, Suffering, and the Flourishing Life.”

Todd Fields

For the past 32 years Todd has been involved in church music and worship leadership. He started out in a youth group band with friend Andy Stanley in the 1980s, partnered with Louie Giglio in the 1990s and early 2000s, traveled with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, and worked contractually and on staff as a worship pastor at North Point Community for 21 years.


The Rev. Gary N. Beson II, Rector – Prince George Winyah Parish

In 2020, Rev. Beson was called to Prince George Winyah Parish, South Carolina, one of the oldest continuous congregations in South Carolina. Gary and his wife, Sue, were both born in Ohio and later both of their families, after several moves, ended up in Summerville, SC. They have three children: Gardner, Parks, and Mary Grace.


The Rev. Dr. David Barr, Associate Rector – St. George’s Episcopal Church

Rev. David Barr has been on staff at St. George’s since the summer of 2019. Before working at St. George’s, he was in Charleston, South Carolina at The Cathedral Church of St. Luke and St. Paul.

David grew up in South Carolina and went to Covenant College on Lookout Mountain. He completed a Master’s degree in Theology and Ethics from the University of Virginia and is completing a PhD in theology from the University of Toronto. He and his wife Caroline are proud parents of William and Gigi.

Rates are per person inclusive of accommodations, meals, and the program fee. Check-in time is after 4 p.m. Sunday. Check-out time is no later than 10 a.m. on Friday. Meals include Sunday supper through Friday breakfast.

Occupancy Cost 
Adult Double – Cottage (Shared Room) $855.00 
Adult Single – Cottage (Private Room) $1,055.00 
Adult Double – Inn (Shared Room) $955.00 
Adult Single – Inn (Private Room) $1,155.00 
Child /Youth (3-18) $385.00 
Under 3 No Charge 
Nursery fee (under 3) optional TBD 

The non-participant guest rate is for adults sharing a room with a full paying adult, but not participating in the program. The rate includes accommodation and all meals.

Non-participant guest – Cottage (Shared Room) $610.00 
Non-participant guest – Inn (Share Room) $690.00 

The commuter rate includes all meals and the program fee.