Divine rhythm 2017

January 27-29

Mills Auditorium, Gatlinburg, TN


Every day we are faced with choices of how we spend our time, what we devote our lives

to and who we choose to follow. We are all searching for a "Divine Rhythm" to our lives.

Join us for a weekend retreat where young adults come away to worship, fellowship and serve.


The message

Jacob Armstrong is the founding pastor of Providence Church, a five-year-old United Methodist church plant in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, reaching 1,000 people each week. Providence’s vision is to see those who are disconnected from God and the church to find hope, healing, and wholeness in Jesus Christ. Jacob is passionate about what he calls "Worship Without Walls," taking God's love beyond the walls of a building to places of need in the community and world.




A long, strange trip that saw four core members of the David Crowder*Band become The Digital Age has yielded one stunning testament to multi- dimensional faith: faith in the music, faith expressed through the music and faith the musicians had in each other. The result is a sojourn that, fittingly enough, begins at night and rides straight on to dawn in best concept-album fashion— Evening:Morning.




Registration will be available by mail and online.

Register online here

Register by mail by downloading this form

Register by December 31 for the Regular Registration Rate of $40/person

After December 31 Registration is $55/person




5:30 p.m.: Registration Opens
8:00 p.m.: House opens for seating
8:30 p.m.: Session I

9:00 a.m.: House opens for seating
9:30 a.m.: Session II
11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.: Medic Blood Drive, Outside Convention Center

2:00-5:00 p.m. Sevier County Service Projects, meet at Mills Auditorium. Wear clothes you can get dirty.
7:30 p.m.: House opens for seating
8:00 p.m.: Session III

9:00 a.m.: House opens for seating
9:30 a.m.: Session IV