National Older Adult Conference

September 2-6, 2019

Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center
in the beautiful mountains of western North Carolina

NOAC is a Spirit-filled gathering of adults 50 and older who love learning and discerning together, exploring God’s call for their lives and living out that call by sharing their energy, insight, and legacy with their families, communities, and the world.

All NOAC worship services and some special events will be streamed over the internet live, and can also be accessed as streaming recordings at any time later.

NOAC webcast information

Conference evaluation

Please fill out the conference evaluation online. This helps with planning for NOAC 2021!

Go to the NOAC evaluation

Conference Booklet

Download the 2019 NOAC Booklet

Lodging

All lodging reservations on-site at Lake Junaluska must be made through the Lake Junaluska office, which can be reached at 800-222-4930 ext. 1. Be sure to mention Group Code 1727.

Day Trips

We have great Day Trips planned. You will be able to sign up and pay for those excursions online. View the list of Day Trips we have to offer.

Service Projects

You will also be able to sign up for Service Projects online when you register. View a list of available Service Opportunities.

Pre-conference Event For Pastors

The Office of Ministry will offer a CEU event on Monday, September 2. Click here for the brochure.


Related news

NOAC by the numbers
(September 12, 2019)
A listing of the numbers that describe the 2019 National Older Adult Conference (NOAC) - from attendance to offerings to service projects and more.


Today at NOAC - Friday, Sept. 6, 2019
(September 6, 2019)
The closing morning of NOAC 2019 featured Dennis Webb preaching on the empty tomb and resurrection joy. Also on this page, NOAC by the numbers.


Fundraising walk around Lake Junaluska benefits Twa education in Africa
(September 5, 2019)
The walk sponsored and organized by Brethren Benefit Trust raised $5,960 to support Brethren work in Rwanda, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to offer Twa, or Batwa, young people an education and a lease on a new way of living.


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