The Living Legacy of Edgar Cayce
Our 85th Annual A.R.E.
Members Congress The Living Legacy of Edgar Cayce
with Henry Reed PhD, James Turrell, Kirk Nelson, William T. Turner, and so much more!
In 1931 Edgar Cayce gave the first reading on an annual Members Congress. “Each year,” it stated, “one period
. . . as a meeting of all members, representatives, wherever they may be
located, at Virginia Beach, with the reports made by representatives . . .
from the various portions of the country, as well as speakers that would
renew the faith, confidence, purposes, aims of the work itself.” (254-57)
The original purposes of Congress remain in this
week of fellowship, communication, education,
inspiration, celebration, and interaction between
worldwide A.R.E. members, staff, and Board of
Trustees. Visit our historic campus and see the exciting
changes and remodeling of the original Cayce
Hospital building, meet staff, learn how the A.R.E.
operates, and converse with the Board of Trustees.
Gain a personal connection to this association that
Edgar Cayce envisioned and make memorable connections
with members from across the globe.
Highlights of this week of relaxed fun,
friendship, and fellowship include:
- Special programs by favorite speakers like
like Henry Reed PhD with internationally renowned
artist James Turrell, astrologer Kirk Nelson, and the official City-County Historian of Hopkinsville, Christian County, Edgar Cayce's birthplace, William T. Turner.
- Interactive workshops, sharing groups, and
- Topics designed to inspire you to integrate key
Cayce concepts into your life, work, and community
- A bountifully fresh opening day picnic, held in our beautiful Cayce-
- Traditions like the “Fun”-raising auction, talent and skit night, and social
FUNDRAISING is an integral part
of keeping A.R.E. Congress open
and affordable to all. If you would
like to make a donation or have
items to donate toward the auction,
please contact Kristie.Holmes@EdgarCayce.org.
Bring your study
group or local team,
and bring the whole
to live the Cayce
day by day!
"Congress is my
event—it’s a retreat,
a reunion, and a
respite. I look forward
to it every year!"
—C.J.B. Chicago, IL