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The 2021 Retreat has passed. We'll see you next year!

 
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LOCATION & DATe

Pigeon Forge, TN | July 19th-23rd, 2021

 
 

Guests are not required to stay in one of our recommended group cabins to be a part of the retreat. We do ask that you RSVP, letting us know that you plan to attend, so that adequate seating and other supplies can be prepared. Once you RSVP, you will receive email updates periodically. You will also be added to our group travel app for real time itinerary updates.

 

There is no cost to RSVP, and register to be a part of the free group activities. Guests who lodge in our group accommodations, or submit their RSVP early, will receive discounts and perks.

 

The Retreat & Summer Camp activities will be separated to allow adult travelers to enjoy a peaceful experience. Parents will also have time to themselves, as child care for all ages will be available.

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Group Accommodations

camp with the group or join offsite
 
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Monday, July 19th - Friday, July 23rd

SPECIAL GUESTS

Meet Rabbi Tovia Singer and other guest speakers, in person on day 4 of the retreat, at THE ARK Banquet & Conference. Get discounted tickets before April 15th. Seating is limited. Childcare is provided.

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Host

Scotty Helton

Co-Host & guest speaker

Terry Hayes

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GUEST

SPEAKER 

Rabbi Tovia

Singer

GUEST

SPEAKER 

Jacob

Scharff

 
 
 

Pigeon Forge, TN

Nestled In The Smoky Mountains
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee 
Pigeon Forge is a mountain resort city in Sevier County, Tennessee. Situated just 5 miles (8 km) north of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pigeon Forge is a tourist destination that caters primarily to Southern culture and country music fans. The city's attractions include Dollywood and Dollywood's Splash Country as well as numerous gift shops, outlet malls, amusement rides, and musical theaters.
THE HISTORY
Pigeon Forge was once part of North Carolina. Settlers first reached the area in 1788, when the area was governed by North Carolina. It was the site of an iron forge built in 1820 by Isaac Love. His son built the Historic Old Mill in 1830. The other half of Pigeon Forge’s namesake is the passenger pigeon. Although passenger pigeons are now extinct, the community of Pigeon Forge preserves the memory of bygone era that brings to mind the rich diversity of life in the the wilderness frontier that was East Tennessee.
- PigeonForge.com
HASHEM'S MAJESTY
Pigeon Forge is a city nestled in the heart of the Smoky Mountains. It is also home to a diverse array of natural habitat and wildlife. "Desist, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted upon the earth". - Psalm 46:11 
SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK
If you want to take in the natural setting, visit the Smoky Mountains National Park. https://smokymountains.com/park/
HANGING WITH THE LOCALS
Downtown Pigeon Forge is filled with shops, restaurants, and attractions, and is less than a 5 minute drive or trolly ride from the campground. 
 
 
OFFICIAL 2021
SPONSORS

Noahide World Center

https://noahideworldcenter.org/

IMAC Design & Stone

Fabrication

IMACDesignAndStone.com

 

Home Goals of Florida

HomeGoalsFl.com

The Noahide Community Foundation

NoahideCommunity.com

Institute For Judaism & Civilization

www.ijc.com.au

past RETREAT & local activities GALLERY

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