Holy Family offers a variety of overnight programs to those searching for new ways to quiet your busy mind, ease stress, and deepen your connection to God.
Each season, the Holy Family retreat team creates a weekend experience that focuses on an inspiring and thought-provoking theme to fill the spiritual needs of our retreatants. Themed retreats are the foundation of our ministry and are offered to men, women, couples, college and high school students.
We invite you into a peaceful atmosphere to relax, deepen your recovery, and open yourself to spiritual growth. Our Matt Talbot Recovery Retreats are open to all people, from all backgrounds, regardless of whether or not you are a member of a church.
Other Overnight Retreats
In addition to our themed and recovery retreats, Holy Family offers a variety of other overnight programs to those searching for new ways to quiet your busy mind, ease stress, and deepen your connection to God.
A private retreat is quiet time and space to deepen your spiritual life. This might include time for rest, prayer, study, reading, a visit to our labyrinth, or simply time away from your daily rhythm of life. Retreats include a private room with a private bathroom and meals. A two-night minimum is required. Optional spiritual direction can be arranged for an additional offering.
All Overnight Retreats
May 17-19, 2019
Celebrate the stories of the Celts of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and other Celtic lands, and explore their prayers and practices in this silent retreat.
June 16-22, 2019
Sisters – join us, the Holy Family Retreat Team, for your annual retreat! God has called all of us to lives of holiness. No Ordinary Path will explore ways that we can be attentive, intentional, and cooperative with God’s grace in serving the world.
June 16-22, 2019
This weeklong contemplative experience invites you to a deep encounter with God, Who is Love, and offers you personal prayer time to rekindle gratitude in your heart.
November 8-14, 2019 or November 8-10, 2019
This 6-night or weekend silent retreat provides an opportunity to deepen your Centering Prayer practice with Cynthia Bourgeault, one of the great contemplative guides of our time.