Pilgrimage Date/Place: November 11-13, Crown Coliseum, Fayetteville NC!
Theme: Redeemed–Created in Christ for Good Things.
Guest Speaker: Romal Tune.
Online Registration ends Tuesday, November 8.
NEW! Guinness Book of Records Pilgrimage Challenge
Have you ever wanted to do something that will make history? This year at Pilgrimage, we plan to break the Guinness World Record for “Most People Tearing Paper at Once” during the Saturday night session. All we ask of you is to be present and willing to participate. This is an opportunity to add an interactive community event to Pilgrimage that will bring both glory to God and recognition to our conference. See video and instructions to learn how!
Saturday Morning Leader Breakfast
1 Adult Leader and 1 Youth per youth group are invited to attend the Saturday Leadership Breakfast in the Crown Ballroom of the Crown Coliseum. Romal Tune will speak during this time and our youth Conference leaders will also make a presentation. Light breakfast served from 8:30-9:00. Romal speaks at 9:00. Event ends at 9:50. You will receive “tickets” during check in.
Stop Hunger Now has a few spots left for Shift 4 on Saturday.
Pilgrimage Wear Online Hold Info and Deadline is today!
Hold order online deadline for Pilgrimage Wear is Monday, November 7, by 5:00pm. Short sleeved T-shirts are $10, Long Sleeved T-Shirts are $15 and Sweatshirts are $20. Secure your sizes before they sell out by putting them on hold. Place your hold orders here.
Please share with all adults in your group.
Please carefully review the information and share it with all adult leaders in your group (and youth as it applies). Good preparation will maximize the blessing and benefit of the weekend.
Saturday Afternoon Adventure at Camp Rockfish
Join Camp Rockfish during your free time on Saturday, November 12th, to keep your spirits up and stomachs happy! Rockfish Camp and Retreat Center is excited to open our doors to Pilgrimage participants to join us for an afternoon full of fun activities, Christ-filled environment, and delicious food. Activities that will be open include canoes and kayaks, archery, BBs, arts and crafts, s’mores, hay ride, hiking, sports tournaments, and much more! Our camp will open at noon, exclusively for Pilgrimage participants. Limitless activities are $15/person. Lunch and dinner are both available for $10/person for each meal. Please call (910) 425-3529 to make your reservation!
General Registration (Oct. 21-Nov. 8) is $35 per person and must be paid online by credit card via our web site or mailed in and postmarked, both by Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Please make check out to NCCUMC Conference with Pilgrimage 2016, your name, and your church name in memo line. Mail Check to: Pilgrimage Pre-Registration c/o Robin Harry at NCCUMC 700 Waterfield Ridge Place Garner, NC 27529.
Registering at the Crown or Adding Participants?
After November 8, all group registrations and payments will only be accepted on site at the Crown Coliseum at a cost of $35 per person. If you need to add people to your group you may do so during registration at the Crown. Please plan to pay by check. Make check to NCCUMC Conference with Pilgrimage 2016, your name, and your church name in memo line.
On Site Flat Weekend Rate through Saturday Night and Sunday Only Rate
Everyone participating in Pilgrimage is expected to wear a Pilgrimage lanyard and nametag to gain entrance and at all times. The flat weekend on-site registration rate is $35 per person, which includes lanyard/nametag. Please come to the registration table inside the Crown lobby (not the box office outside) to purchase a lanyard at any time during the weekend. People attending on Sunday only will pay $20 upon entry.
New Updated ZOE Pilgrimage Challenge—Travel as ZOE’s Guest to Kenya
Pilgrimage is challenging youth to support the work of ZOE so they may be eligible to travel for free as ZOE’s guest to see ZOE’s work in Kenya this summer. See how here!
Pilgrimage Special Offering for Hurricane Relief–Watch Video to Learn More
A percentage of the Pilgrimage Sunday morning offering will go to the NC Storm Emergency Response. We have also received many requests about helping in other ways as well. After consulting with Response Agencies about what would be most helpful, we encourage all youth groups and churches to follow this link Responding to Hurricane Matthew Storm Damage in NC. Please do not bring any supplies or items other than money for offering to the Crown Coliseum. Thank you for working through your local district and community channels to bring the most help and healing to our neighbors.