For the second year, St. Augustine will be hosting God’s people celebrating the coming Kingdom of God, with its renown old-world charm and beautiful millennial scenery. Touted as the nation’s oldest continuously inhabited settlement, this city has over 450 years of history, art, and culture to explore. St. Augustine was first claimed for Spain by the infamous Ponce De Leon in 1513 while searching for the fabled fountain of youth. The next few decades would see failed attempts to establish a colonial presence by both France and Spain until Spanish explorers reasserted their claim over Florida in 1565.
The St. Augustine area has 42 miles of top-rated shorelines only a few minutes from the site. Feast-goers can explore the old city by tram, see the lighthouse, visit fascinating museums, experience historical reenactments, or ride in a horse drawn carriage, while building lasting Feast memories. They may also shop in the city’s many boutiques and outlets and dine on a wide array of multiethnic cuisines at many exceptional restaurants and cafes. St. Augustine is also a golfer’s wonderland! Adjacent to the Festival site, golf enthusiasts can tour the World Golf Hall of Fame, the PGA Tour Golf Academy and play on world renowned courses. Activities abound that will please the whole family!
Mr. James Sweat
Phone: (423) 653-8746
Email: [email protected]
And He said to them,
"Go into the world and preach the gospel to every creature."
- Mark 16:15
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