Day Apart Retreat

Spring Date TBD


The Day Apart Retreat is a wonderful opportunity to slow down and connect with the Lord! There will be 2 engagement options on the retreat; 1) Spending the majority of the time alone after receiving suggested reflection tools; 2) Options for group debrief after periods of time alone. The January retreat cost $15 and includes refreshments and lunch. All are welcome.

To inquire about additional information, contact Amy Carlan, 336-723-1621 x228.

Women's Retreat

January 31-Feb 2, 2020

Registration is closed. Please contact Amy Carlan, 336-723-1621 x228

Begins Friday, 8PM | Ends Sunday, 11:30AM
Montreat, NC

Guest Speaker | Becky Lahna


Men's Retreat

March 6-7, 2020

Laurel Ridge, NC

Guest Speaker | Tim Norton

Pricing | $80 (first timers); $80 (men 30 & under); $99 a person (double room); $125 a person (single room)

Deposit | $50 non refundable, due at registration

Registration | Opens December 22

All Church Retreat

September 25-27, 2020

Retreat Cost
$100 per adult
$50 for youth and children
$25 for van and dinner
$350 family max (not including van/dinner)

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Guest Speaker

Dr. Jerry Sittser

Dr. Sittser grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He attended Hope College and Fuller Theological Seminary, where he earned his MDiv degree. He served as an associate pastor at Emmanuel Reformed Church in Paramount, California, for four years, and then as chaplain at Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, for six years before returning to school, this time at the University of Chicago, to earn his PhD in the history of Christianity under Martin E. Marty. He has been teaching in the theology department at Whitworth University since 1989 and is now a full professor.

He sits on many committees and boards at Whitworth and in the community, including serving as chair of the theology department, the certification for ministry program and the MA in theology program, which he helped to establish in 2008. He also leads a theology reading group for local pastors.