2011 ‘SeniorCelebrations’ to Kick Off in April at Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove
First Event Features Legendary Crusades Musician Cliff Barrows
ASHEVILLE, N.C., March 9, 2011 – The Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove in Asheville will hold its first SeniorCelebration of the year April 11-13, hosted by legendary Billy Graham Crusades music director Cliff Barrows.
“We are looking forward to another year of life-transforming Bible teaching in our SeniorCelebrations at The Cove,” said Barrows. “With more and more challenges facing our seniors, this time of encouragement and fellowship will be a great reminder of God’s faithfulness and the power of His Word. Our times of worship will be joyous as we, once again, lift our hearts in praise.”
The three-day event is the first of four SeniorCelebrations taking place at The Cove in 2011. Other events will be held May 23-25, July 18-20 and Sept. 19-21.
SeniorCelebrations address the specific interests of seniors today with teaching from God’s Word to help them live for Jesus Christ and share Him with others. The event offers guests renewal through fellowship, enlightening workshops, and hymn-based worship. While anyone is welcome to attend SeniorCelebrations, the program is designed for people ages 55 and up. Those interested in attending can register by visiting The Cove’s Web site at www.thecove.org or by calling (800) 950-2092.
About The Cove: Nestled in the scenic mountains of Asheville, N.C., the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove offers guests a unique and serene experience for purposeful Bible training through in-depth seminars; personal spiritual retreats; concerts; programs for seniors, women and other ministry leaders; and many other inspirational events throughout the year. The Cove is also available for group events for Christian churches and nonprofit ministries who are looking for a conference and retreat center. Facilities can accommodate small groups, such as board meetings and church staff retreats, as well as large groups up to 450 guests. For more information, visit www.thecove.org.