Christ's Peace House of Prayer
"My house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples." ~ Isaiah 56:7

Please review the New COVID-19 Guest Guidelines prior to reserving a retreat.

Retreat Options 

Guests may choose to make a private retreat, a guided retreat, a group retreat, or a solitude sabbatical retreat (one month or more). All guests are invited to share meals and four periods of daily prayer with the staff and other guests. 

Many guests spend their time following a personal prayer practice, reading spiritual texts, writing, meditating, walking on our extensive nature trails, journaling, napping, and working on creative projects or simply enjoying the beauty of nature and the deep quiet of the forest.  You may ask for help in structuring your time here.  Spiritual direction is available; please request an appointment when making your reservation.

Private Retreat:  Guests set their own agenda for their solitude. Some guests prefer to join the staff and other guests for prayers and meals, and others seek total solitude, simply checking in once a day on a sign-in sheet. The following options are available for a private retreat:

    Daylight retreat: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm 
    Overnight: Any Night
    A weekend: Friday afternoon until Sunday afternoon
    One week or longer

Guided Retreat: Guests who want a guided retreat of any length can meet periodically with a director and receive help in structuring their retreat, if desired.

Group Retreat:  A retreat leader reserves space for a group and leads that group in a retreat. We also offer regular preached retreats by the director.
                             2020 Retreat Schedule
                  Go to the Events Calendar for more information on the retreats
June 12th- 14th: Dorothy Day - Social Justice
July 12th: Consecration to Mary - Intital Meeting
July 17th – 19th: Katheryn Doherty – A Poustinia Desert Weekend
August 14th - 16th: St. Louis de Montfort - Consecration to Mary
September 11th – 13th: St. Benedict – Work and Holiness
November 6th – 8th: St. Louis and Zelie Martin – Family Sanctity
December – 4th – 6th: St. John the Baptist – An Advent Silent Retreat
January 8th – 10th: Spiritual Reflection and Planning
Sabbatical Retreat: A sabbatical retreat provides an opportunity to come away for a longer period of prayer, rest, and renewal for one month to a year.  Sabbatical guests are invited to share meals and daily periods of prayer with the staff and other guests, or to take a time of complete silence and solitude other than signing in once a day.
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