Our friends from Alethea will be joining us for a weekend of storytelling, experiential education, service, and of course fun in the snow on January 12-15, 2024. Registration is now open! Join youth from across the Southeast for a fun experience designed to fuel their faith.
Group Leaders, please click here to register your full group.
Registration is open until December 1, 2023, and is $208.00 per participant. (Includes lodging, programming, and meals.)
Youth and leaders are invited to come together for a weekend of worship, service, snow, and fun as we take time to build relationships and nurture our faith.
This year’s theme and conversations will be focusing on our relationship with the earth and how God calls for us to care for all creation.
We will explore this theme together through story telling and the music of Alathea as well as small group sessions designed to be hands on experiences.
We are excited to present Alathea as our speaker and this year’s band.
Winners of numerous acoustic music and songwriting awards, the duo Alathea takes stories from their own lives and weaves them into music that’s instantly relatable. Rooted in the Appalachian Mountains, Alathea (Mandee Radford Langley and Cristi Johnson) create and perform original and traditional music in what they call Front-Porch-style, using eclectic instruments, thick modern harmonies and engaging storytelling of life on the road, taking cues from nature, their families, and neighbors along the way. This approach has taken Alathea around the country and across the world playing concerts, festivals and special events. Alathea’s recent full-length recording of traditional hymns “His Eye Is On the Sparrow” was selected by Coverfolk as one on the Best Traditional Folk Albums of 2017.