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September 13th & 14th  2019


What is the Diana Singing?

The DIANA SINGING is held in Diana, Tennessee on the second Friday and Saturday in June and second Friday and Saturday in September each year. The singing begins each night at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights and lasts until the wee hours of the morning on Friday night and ends at 10:00 on Saturday night.

The DIANA SINGING is held five miles off I-65, exit #22 (South of Nashville towards the TN-AL line). After exiting, travel west on Hwy. 31A to the Diana Community.

The DIANA SINGING began in 1969. Now over 3,000 visitors regularly attend the singing. The singing is held in a hay shed built especially for this event. There is a camping area, museum and gift shop. Concessions are available including the best country ham sandwiches you’ve ever eaten.

The DIANA SINGING will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2019. Don’t miss one of the best singings ever! Hope to see you in June and September!


R.U.S.H. 2019

Mark your calendars for R.U.S.H. 2019 
September 27-29, 2019.



Every fall, 2,000 middle and high school students from across the country come to Freed-Hardeman University to experience an unforgettable weekend. At R.U.S.H., you’ll engage in meaningful worship, participate in memorable classes, and listen to dynamic lessons, all designed to help you grow closer to God and other Christians. Join us this fall as we continue our journey to Reach Unlimited Spiritual Heights.



Registration is $35 per person with meals and $25 per person without meals. The $35 registration plan includes two meals worth of unlimited access to Wallace-Gano Dining Hall during lunch and dinner times on Saturday. The $25 registration plan allows groups to make their own meal plans. 

Both registration options include a t-shirt, your registration packet, special events, speakers, entertainment, classes, and much more!



Housing arranged by FHU will be in The Brewer Sports Center. The girls will be in the auxiliary gym and the boys in the main gym, so bring soft bedding. Groups staying in the sports center must provide their own chaperones. Valuables should be left at home as the University is not responsible for lost or stolen items. 

Dormitory housing is available through your own arrangements with friends currently enrolled at FHU. Group housing is also available at Mid-South Youth Camp by contacting Larry Cyr at 731-989-6413 or by email at lcyr@fhu.edu. prior to Sept. 20, 2019.

Fall Retreat @
Camp Ney-A-Ti
October 18 - 20