Titanic Pigeon Forge clergy leaders

The Titanic Museum draws hundreds of Christian visitors each year. Realistic in scale, the ship stands as more than just a symbol of the most memorable maritime catastrophe of the 20th century. It transports visitors back to the great age of immigration where thousands travelled to America with boundless hopes and dreams for a bright future.

Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV) “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” We know God had plans for the passengers and crew aboard the Titanic on April 15, 1912. Some would survive that night, many would not. The real question is, were the passengers and crew ready to meet Him? Whatever they faced, did they truly know God and have the peace that all that was happening was in His control.

Spend the day following in the footsteps of the passengers and crew and experience their journey firsthand. It will be a day of wonderful fellowship for each and every member of your group. It also presents to each a time to reflect on “are you ready” when He calls? What more powerful thought could any member of your congregation desire?

The Titanic Museum is not just an attraction, but rather a memorial to those men, women and children aboard that ship on that fateful trip. Groups of fifteen or more qualify for a significant discount, with complimentary admission for the bus driver and group leader. Plan now to use this very real historical event as a powerful teaching tool with your congregation.

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