The theme for this year's retreat is "Created for Community." Our focus will revolve around the truth of God making us to be in community with one another.

On TV, community is often framed as full of fun, adventures, and very little conflict. Yet the reality is, community doesn’t always look like what it does on the shows and movies. In fact, in a generation of isolation and self-sufficiency, it can be easy to believe that friendships and community aren’t needed. When we believe the lie that relationships don’t matter and that we’re better off by ourselves, we can fall into the trap of living out of design. Although people can be difficult at times, God made all of us to do life within community.


WHEN: Friday, February 16 - Saturday, February 17 (This is NOT an overnight event)

  • Drop-off times: 4:30 PM on Friday and 8 AM on Saturday
  • PICK-UP: 9:30 PM on Friday and 9:30 PM on Saturday 

COST: $50 (includes all food and activities)

Register Here


  • Register and pay at the link above
  • Please download and complete the required medical form HERE. Please DO NOT SIGN the medical form before it is notarized. A notary will be available on Sunday evenings to notarize medical forms


Common Q&A:

What if a student can only make it to part of the retreat?

We strongly discourage students coming and going, unless it’s for prior commitments they cannot get out of. The retreat is designed for students to experience both days. Please discuss this with Reid or Ann before signing up.


If a student needs to leave for part of the retreat, do we have to pay the whole $50?

Yes, the cost is still $50. In most circumstances, we do not offer partial retreat costs. Please discuss with Reid or Ann if you have questions.


Are there scholarships available for students/families who cannot afford the cost?

Yes. We never want money to be the barrier for students to attend our events. Please contact Reid Schultheis or Ann Corbett to discuss scholarships.


When will we receive a schedule?

There will be a schedule emailed to parents 2 weeks prior to the retreat.




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