Southeastern Synod Youth and Young Adult Ministry



Theme - "What is AGAPE?" (What is Love?)

St. Timothy LC
650 East Main Street
Hendersonville, TN

November 12-13, 2022
For youth in 6th - 12th grade

Cost: $40 per person

Check out the AGENDA on the event page!

(While "Tennessee" is in the title of this event, we welcome ALL youth in 6th - 12th grade!)

Registration will be through our GROUP registration form.  Once you've complete you're registration, you can click on your confirmation link to update your information.

Payment is accepted online or by check. 

If paying by CHECK, please mail to ELCA Southeastern Synod, Attn:  All TN 2022, PO Box 400, Decatur, GA 30031

Prayer Labyrinth and Meditation Retreat

January 22-24, 2021
$308 per person, private rooms
McKanna-Sandrock Retreat Center

Download "Prayer Labyrinth and Meditation Retreat" Flyer HERE.

Start the new year by joining us for a weekend of prayer, meditation and contemplation at Lutheranch. Learn new techniques to help manage stress, improve mindfulness and strengthen your prayer life as you grow closer to God. The weekend will include opportunities for group meditation, silent reflection, prayer, yoga, and labyrinth building, ending with a worship service on Sunday morning. Each participant is asked to bring a small stone that has personal significance to contribute to the labyrinth.

This year we will focus on God in the midst of all that we experience, from times of joy to times of grief, isolation and uncertainty. Join us for the first time or return again to continue your journey. All are welcome.

Women of The Range

March 5-7, 2021
$379 double room, $429 single room
McKanna-Sandrock Retreat Center

Download "Women of the Range" Flyer HERE

Do you dream of being a cowgirl? Always wish you’d lived in the Wild West? Dust off your cowboy hat and put on your boots for a true western experience on the ranch. Women of all ages are invited to spend the weekend experiencing life on the range… while still living in comfort. Stay in the McKanna-Sandrock Retreat Center, with single or double accommodations. Wake up to the sounds of cattle lowing and donkeys braying in the nearby pastures. Enjoy breakfast and a fresh brewed cup of coffee from the “cowboy kitchen” on the porch, then head over to the barn to saddle up and ride the range. Try your hand at using the forge with our local farrier, make your own horsehair jewelry, and take some time for a little R&R in your room or relaxing in a rocking chair on the porch. End your days with chuckwagon dinners and conversation around the campfire. Bible study will focus on what it means to be “Branded by God” and we’ll wrap up the weekend with Cowboy Church at the barn on Sunday morning. Moderate mobility is recommended for this retreat, but no previous horse experience is needed.

Check out our ALL TN Lutheran Youth Gathering ARCHIVE