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For Canada’s Sesquicentennial, UCG-Canada returns to magnificent Prince Edward Island, considered the Birthplace of Confederation! This time we will meet at the beautiful Rodd Brudenell River Resort. This riverside resort is located in Roseneath, part of the picturesque Points East Coastal Drive and only 40 minutes from the provincial capital of Charlottetown and its airport.
The Confederation Bridge offers easy access by automobile from New Brunswick.
All the major attractions of PEI are easily accessible by car from this location, including the Cavendish Dunes and the world-famous Anne of Green Gables homestead. Scenic drives and quaint villages are also quickly accessible from the Feast site, offering prime opportunities for hiking, photography and general relaxation with unique scenery around every corner.
The nearby town of Montague provides shopping opportunities as well as such villages as Georgetown and Cardigan with their artisan shops and popular restaurants. Also within an easy drive are numerous other towns waiting to be explored, local theatre and many provincial parks.
The Rodd Brudenell resort offers a comfortable and relaxing setting to enjoy services and on-site activities such as canoeing (weather permitting), an indoor pool, a spa, walking trails, horseback riding, tennis and cycling. There are also two highly rated golf courses on site.
The Rodd has a restaurant, smoke-free rooms, an elevator and relaxing views of the grounds. Accommodations include standard hotel rooms, a limited number of suites as well as one-, two-, and three-bedroom cottages only a five-minute walk from the main building. Cottages offer the chance to host barbeques with church friends and neighbors in a well-treed area.
The following activities will be available at the Feast in Prince Edward Island: meet-and-greet, island tour, hymn sing, seniors brunch and local entertainment.
Prince Edward Island, Canada’s Garden Province, offers a unique opportunity to experience how life is “down east.” Come and join us in a picturesque millennial setting to feast, worship and fellowship!
The standard resort rooms are available at the reduced rate of $89 per night (two adults and under 16 stay free with parents; $10 for each additional person). Suites vary in options and are rated at $149 per night, and there are 14 available. The one-bedroom cottage is $140 per night, the 14 two-bedroom cottages (two to eight persons) cost $260 per night, and the two three-bedroom cottages hold two to eight persons and go for $405 per night. All rates are subject to an additional 15 percent sales tax.
These rates include a continental breakfast for all who stay at the Rodd. Every other day there will be a hot item included in the breakfast. All non-cottage rooms are in the same building as the meeting room, which can hold up to 200 persons.
First service: Wednesday evening, Oct. 4. You can find out more about the Rodd Brudenell Resort at https://roddvacations.com/hotels/rodd-brudenell-river/ .
For further information on Prince Edward Island go to https://www.tourismpei.com/ .