May 4-6, 2018
$65/person (until 4/15), includes t-shirt
$80/person (after 4/15)
It's that time of year you guys–we're gearing up for our annual Family Vacation. If you've never been on one before, just imagine the funnest weekend you've ever had, and then crumple it up into a ball and light it on fire because it's nothing compared to a Family Vacation.
We've reserved two side-by-side cabins in Gatlinburg for the trip. We'll spend some of the weekend praying, dreaming, and preparing for the next year as a church, but the bulk of the time will just be for enjoying good company, good food, and good chillaxing in the mountains.
Questions You Might Have
What are the accommodations like?
We'll be staying in two large, side-by-side cabins. The goal is for one of the cabins to be reserved for families with kids (so that noise in the cabin doesn't wake them up when they need to be sleeping), and the other cabin to be for single folks and married couples without kids. If you have kids, you'll have a room for your family. If you're single or married without kids, you'll be in a room with 2-4 other people of your gender, depending on the size of the room.
What does the cost of the trip include?
It includes lodging for both nights, as well as all of your food while we're there. The only things it doesn't include are gas to get there, and any food you might want on the way to or from Gatlinburg.
What if I can't afford to go?
City Church has subsidized part of the cost to try and keep costs as low as possible. But even so, we don't want money to be the reason that anybody doesn't get to go on Family Vacation. If you're having trouble paying for the trip, send Jeff an email and he'll work with you on a solution.
Do we pay for our kids to go too?
Nope, price is only per adult. Kiddos are free.
Should I go?
Yes, you really should.
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Note: as a courtesy to others, your spot can't be reserved until you pay for the trip.