Our ministry is Christian—and ecumenical, meaning that we are not part of any one denomination. This enables us to love and serve people of all faiths and walks. We are not a conference center, but rather a place for spiritual rest and renewal.
The staff is trained in spiritual direction and is available to guests during their retreat for conversation and prayer regarding matters of faith and spirituality. The “program” is centered around meal-times, prayer together, and plenty of quiet time with the Lord.
Rather than a denominational practice, our practice is contemplative and we are open to the various wonderful translations of God’s word, such as The New Jerusalem Bible, NIV, NRSV, The New English Bible, and Peterson’s The Message.