A Surplus of Love: Living the Fullness of the Christian Life in Relationship with the Trinitarian God
June 25-30, 2023
Registration closes June 4.
All-inclusive rates range from $918-$1,263 depending on your lodging selection.
See drop-down for registration, financial assistance, and payment plans.
The Rev. Dr. Rob Sturdy, Anglican Chaplain to the Corp of Cadets at St. Alban’s Anglican Chapel at the Citadel, Charleston
A distinctive of the Christian faith is our belief in one God who exists as three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. At its most accessible, the doctrine of the Trinity presents a loving Father at the center of all life, who from a surplus of love sends the Son to make a sacrifice of love, from which we are given the gift of the divine person of love, God’s Holy Spirit. Christians are called to both participate in this Trinitarian life of surplus and sacrificial love, as well as to establish patterns of the same here on earth. Our time together will invite us deeper into communion with God in meditation and worship, as well as teach us practical ways that we can live this out with our neighbors.
Worship Circle in Atlanta
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.
Kanuga endeavors to make its programs accessible. Please note during online registration that financial assistance and payment plans are available.
Attendance cost is calculated during online registration, depending on your lodging selection. Apply for need-based financial assistance during checkout, and note that payment plans are available.
Choose from a guest house, historic cottage or a room in Kanuga Lake Inn.
Check out photos of each type of lodging here.
We observe quiet hours from 11 p.m.-7 a.m.
Details can be found in online registration.
Meals are included in the program fee. We serve three meals a day, buffet-style in our dining room. Please let us know of any food allergies when completing your online registration.
- Breakfast: 7:30-9 a.m.
- Lunch: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
- Supper: 5:30-7 p.m.
For the health and safety of our beloved community, Kanuga maintains high standards for food service, sanitation, and general cleanliness. All guests must be symptom-free from any communicable disease prior to arrival. Wearing masks is not required but welcomed by all, especially those at high risk or not up to date on vaccinations, or for 5 days after recovering from illness. Please visit this page for information specific to COVID in Henderson County.
In our shop, located next to the Main Lodge, you’ll find soft drinks, wine and beer, snacks, books, apparel, and necessities.
During your stay, we hope you can make time to explore Kanuga’s hiking trails, wooded walks, and lakes. The indoor gym includes workout and weight rooms, as well as a basketball court.
There are myriad worship and contemplation spaces at Kanuga in which all are welcome, including the indoor Chapel of The Transfiguration and the Labyrinth and St. Francis Chapel outdoors.
If you are attending an event at Kanuga and would like to share your photos with our online community, please tag us: #kanuga @kanugaepiscopal. Drone photography is not permitted by guests.
Check-in: 4 p.m.
Check-out: 10 a.m.
Certified service animals are welcome at Kanuga in certain lodging areas.
To communicate with us directly, please reach out: email@example.com