November 29 – December 1, 2019
Come with your family, as a couple, with some friends, or by yourself to enjoy the refreshment and laughter that comes with community.
This weekend is a sacred time to pause and center ourselves before the Christmas season. If you’re looking to slow down, take a deep breath, laugh a lot, enjoy friends, and focus deeper on Christ… this is the weekend for you. It’s open to all ages and stages.
- Adults: $100
- Ages 3-17: $25
- Ages 0-2: Free
Note: All kids must be accompanied by an adult.
What To Expect:
We offer a snack for everyone on Friday night arrival. Breakfast is ready at 8:30am, lunch is served at 12:30pm, supper is at 5:30pm, and there is an evening snack as well. We also have a cereal breakfast available for the kids that are early risers, and coffee and hot chocolate are always available to help yourself. The tuck shop will be open for anyone after lunch.
We have chapel sessions once in the morning and once in the evening. These are reflective in nature and focused on Christ. We’ll begin our chapel sessions with everyone together for worship and some fun songs. Then the adults will stay for a session time and our staff will run a program for anyone under age 18. We will offer a nursery for the babies, a chapel for kids, devotional for tweens, and a session for the teens. Parents will pick-up their kids after chapel times in the instructed locations.
A key part of the camp experience is getting outside! So we will definitely be outside for the afternoon. Weather permitting, the ice rink will be up and running. We’ll likely venture down to the frozen lake. You’re welcome to bring skates, helmets, hockey sticks, cross country skis, snowshoes, and be ready to build forts and make snow angels. You are also welcome to stay inside by the fire and play board games for the afternoon.
Sleigh Ride & Campfire
In the evening after supper, we’ll go Christmas caroling on a tractor wagon and tour around the camp. Be ready to bundle and be warm because this time is definitely worth it! We’ll have hot chocolate and a campfire to enjoy as well.
There is lots of free time during this retreat! We have a schedule we’ll stick closely to. But everything is optional. You can attend whatever aspects of the program you like. The schedule exists to serve you and create an enjoyable retreat experience.
Things To Bring:
- Sleeping Bag & Pillow
- Facecloth/ Towel
- Toothbrush/ Toothpaste
- Soap/ Shampoo
- Bible, Notebook, & Pen
- Camera or Device for Pictures
- Skates and Helmets
- Toque & Mittens
- PJ’s & extra socks
- Long Pants/ Jacket/ Sweats
- Winter Coat & Snow Pants
- Water Bottle
- Indoor & Outdoor Shoes
- Optional: Bring Your Thing! (cross country ski’s/snowshoes, guitar/instrument, board games, anything…)