Fall Camp

October 23-26, 2017

2017 Speakers

Key Note Speaker

TerryTERRY HERSHEY, an inspirational speaker, humorist, author, organizational consultant and designer of sanctuary gardens. Terry holds a mirror up to our fast-forward, disconnected lives, and offers us the power of pause—the wisdom of slowing down and the permission to take an intentional Sabbath moment to regain emotional and spiritual bal-ance… to find the sacred in every single day. Read more about Terry at www.terryhershey.com.

 

Folk Theologian

EdEd Kilbourne, a Methodist minister, is known for his collections of moving music, quirky humor, and insightful monologues. He has earned a reputation as one of America's cutting edge religious communicators, a folk-theologian if you will, offering his teaching in story and song. Ed combines acoustic guitar, singing and commentary. Additionally, Ed offers a 1/2 hour devotional each morning before breakfast    To read more about Ed, go to www.edkilbourne.com.

Chaplain

MartinAlso returning this year is The Rt. Rev. Martin Townsend, the retired Bishop of the Diocese of Easton, Maryland. He was born in England and emigrated to the United States in 1957. He received his Divinity degrees from Virginia Theological Seminary. He was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Central New York in 1969, serving as Rector in several parishes. In 1992 he was consecrated Bishop of the Diocese of Easton where he served until his retirement in 2001.

Musician

patSinger / songwriter Pat Terry grew up in the groundbreaking days of American rock n roll. At age 12 he formed a band that continued throughout his high school days. Pat is considered a pioneer in contemporary Christian music. In the 1970’s & 80’s, Pat toured and recorded both with The Pat Terry Group and solo. He then went to Nashville where he be-came involved in Country Music. He has written with and for numerous country singers. Currently, he writes for his own company End of August Music. Find out more about Pat at his website www.patterryonline.com.

See the planned workshops

Rates (Include 3 nights lodging and 9 full meals)Virginia House Dining Room

$255 per person double occupancy
$325 per person single occupancy

 

What is Fall Camp?

Shrine Mont sign in OrkneyFall Camp is a four day adult conference sponsored by the Tri-Diocesan Council on Aging which represents all three Episcopal dioceses in Virginia: Dioceses of Virginia, Southwest Virginia, and Southern Virginia. It is held Mon-Thurs each year in October at Shrine Mont Conference Center, in Orkney Springs, VA, More information on Shrine Mont itself is available at www.shrinemont.com.

3 Maryland house 2 in fallFall Camp is an opportunity to spend time in the mountains of Virginia with other seniors (but we don’t have an age limit) from across the Commonwealth and from other states. The Camp is an attempt to take seriously the spiritual needs and journeys of primarily retired people. We attempt to challenge participants through keynote speakers, workshops, worship and interaction with one another.


thumb shrine springWe worship together in daily sessions, explore various issues, and participate in one or two session workshops (each session is an hour and a half) on a variety of topics. Workshops will be announced later this summer We always have a keynoter, a chaplain and our folk theologian, Ed Kilbourne, who leads us musically and tells amazing stories . A social “half-hour” is held before dinner each evening.

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In addition to the scheduled activities, there is plenty of time to sit on the porches, visit with friends,relax, and enjoy the amazing scenery and to explore the surrounding area.

Download the registration form below

For more information email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 757-667-9647.

Event Details

Event Date 10-23-2017
Event End Date 10-26-2017 11:55 pm
Capacity 250
Available place 250
Location
Shrine Mont
217 Shrine Mont Circle Orkney Springs, VA 22845 United States
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Attachment Fall Camp 2017 Registration Brochure.pdf
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