Worship in the Wilderness
The trip to Ash-Ka-Nam and joining in the music allowed everyone the chance to make a pilgrimage with a purpose and focus on the one thing of first importance. The Majesty of, and your relationship with God.
Reports from the hillside was thanks for the beautiful music as it made it’s way far through the rocks and trees. Worship in the wilderness is a yearly happening. The musicians are always spot on and it is usually two or three hours of steady music filled with words of encouragement and praise. Last year the weather held off until the ending when pouring down rain came while singing “let it rain” (a 30 minute long version with crashing symbols rolling thunder and real rain effects).
Thanks to the the Ash-Ka-Nam resort, the musicians, setup help, Robin who fed us, the churches that support us and those who were blessed by our music. This would not be possible without you. We are looking forward to this year. Below is a photo of the gazebo taken just before we setup. This is the spot from which the musicians played. The river is on the back side.
Come as you are. Everyone is welcome. A time of reflection and refreshing in the beauty of the wilderness. Musicians needed, contact Davefor more info.
This fifth annual gathering is being held at the Ash Ka Nam Resort in and around the gazebo next to the river. Bring the family, sunscreen, a picnic and bag chairs. Musicians will be setting up at noon.
For those of you who would like to spend the night, there are some cabins and hotel rooms for rent as well as campgrounds in the immediate area, including the DNR campground.
The music will start at 1:00 pm
Coming in August, Check back for exact date.
10209 Ash River Trail, Orr, MN 55771
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Ash-Ka-Nam is 144 north of Duluth, MN on US Hwy 53. Turn right onto the Ash River Trail (CR 129). Follow the road for 13 miles to our door.
MILEAGE TO ASH·KA·NAM
Duluth – 144 miles Mpls./St. Paul – 280 miles Chicago – 605 miles Des Moines – 525 miles Fargo – 275 miles Green Bay – 470 miles Sioux Falls – 470 miles Omaha – 665 miles”
Take time to journey, participate in the music and feed your thirsty soul.The joy is in the process, when it comes to God, not the event. -Rev.Kev Psalm 143
5 I remember the days of old;
I meditate on all that you have done;
I ponder the work of your hands.
6 I stretch out my hands to you;
my soul thirsts for you like a parched land.