A Revival Like No Other
January 20 something wonderful and new is coming to Georgia. For one afternoon only, the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Michael Curry, will join us for Fearless Faith, Boundless Love, the most unique, love-filled revival you’ll ever experience. This is no “sinners-in-the-hands-of-an-angry-God” revival, but a joyful revival of the faith, hope, forgiveness, grace, and love we have come to know in Jesus Christ.
The day will include:
- Beautiful music from the Savannah Children’s Choir and the Albany State University Chorale;
- Delicious food provided by the Savannah Street Food Coalition;
- A gorgeous setting on the coastal banks of Honey Creek;
- Fellowship and fun with other Episcopalians and their friends from near and far;
- A phenomenal message from the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church.
Presiding Bishop Curry
Known for his passionate and engaging preaching, the Most Rev. Michael Curry became the 27th Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in 2017.
A cradle Episcopalian, he well knows that we are often perceived as “God’s Shy People,” yet he believes we Episcopalians have something important to offer the world. His will be a message of embracing the love of God in Jesus Christ and sharing it fearlessly with others.
Bring a Friend!
This event is not just for Episcopalians. In fact, you are encouraged to invite friends—especially those who currently have no church home—to join you on this one-day pilgrimage. Who knows? They might just hear something that gives them a new perspective on Jesus and the love, healing, forgiveness, and grace he offers to all.
Due to limited parking at Honey Creek, St. Anne’s has chartered a 56 passenger bus with seats available to the members of St. Anne’s and the other congregations of our diocese. Bus departs St. Anne’s parking lot at 9:45 a.m. and will return to St. Anne’s at 7:30 p.m.
Seats are $35 per person, which includes bus seat, a snack, and the registrations fee. Seats are open to all in our Diocese, first come first served. Due to the unique costs associated with chartering a bus, reservations are NON-REFUNDABLE.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why take the bus?
Parking at Honey Creek is very limited, so attendees are being strongly encouraged to travel via bus. Plus, traveling together offers attendees a chance to build friendships and enjoy fellowship along the way.
Who can ride on St. Anne's bus?
St. Anne’s charter bus is available to members of St. Anne’s and their guests, as well as to our neighboring parishes in the Albany Convocation and the larger Diocese. Reservations are first come, first served.
Why bring friends?
This event is not just for Episcopalians. It’s meant to be a way for you to invite a friend or two to experience the Episcopal Church in a new and wonderful way. Ask a friend to come, and offer to pay her way. You’ll be glad you did!
What costs are involved?
The total cost is $35 per person. This includes the $8 registration for the Revival and the $27 bus fare with snack provided. (You do not have to register separately for the Revival. We will do that for you.)
You may want to bring cash for the delicious food trucks that will be available at the Revival.
Will I be refunded if I have to cancel?
Due to the unique costs associated with chartering a bus, we are not able to refund your reservation if you cancel. In the event that you must cancel, we encourage you to gift your seat to someone else and to let us know of the change at email@example.com.
Is there a payment option other than online debit/credit card?
You may bring cash or check to the office at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, 2411 Central Ave. N., Tifton, GA 31794. Please note: bus reservations cannot be made without payment.
Where is Honey Creek?
Honey Creek, the Diocese of Georgia’s retreat center, is located on the coast of Georgia at 299 Georgia Episcopal Center Rd., Waverly, GA 31565. Learn more at www.honeycreek.org.
Will there be food?
Delicious food will be provided at the Revival by the Savannah Street Food Coalition, which will offer a variety of food at reasonable prices. For those riding St. Anne’s charter bus, a simple snack will be provided en route, or passengers may bring their own brown bag lunch. No alcohol, please.