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We will meet weekly through the month of June to explore together author and speaker Bette Dickinson's "Seeds of Hope" study. Reflection, prayer and creative practices provide tools to address, lament and ultimately heal in the painful and wounded places in our hearts. This will be a small-group study limited to eight participants. 

Date: Mondays, June 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2024

Time: 7 to 8:30 pm

Sponsored by: Sabbath House


Suggested donation: $25 per person

Pastor's Pause

Pastors Pause offers rest, soul care and community for pastors and ministry leaders. We are honored to serve those who continually pour out to others. We begin with breakfast followed by a morning retreat that includes guided prompts and some time and space for prayer and reflection amid the beauty of Sabbath House. Guests are welcome stay for an optional afternoon personal retreat. Come and experience spiritual refreshment!

Pastor's Pause is a quarterly offering and will be offered again on October 28.

Date: Monday, July 22, 2024

Time: 9 am to noon, optional 

         afternoon personal retreat

Sponsored by: Sabbath House


Quiet Retreat

Join us for a group overnight quiet retreat, designed to create space for silence and solitude. Experience God's presence through self-directed avenues such as prayer, meditation, scripture and journaling. You may choose to maintain silence throughout your personal retreat or engage with others in quiet conversation during meals. 

Quiet retreats are offered monthly. Fall dates through the end of the year are: October 8 & 9, November 12 & 13, and December 10 & 11.

Date: Tuesday, September 10, to

         Wednesday, September 11,


Time: 10 am Tuesday until 10 am


Sponsored by: Sabbath House


Suggested donation: $100 per person single occupancy, $75 double, $50 quad. 


Holy Week Contemplative Experience

March 28 & 29, 2024

Visitors made their way through Sabbath House on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday for a Lenten encounter with Jesus. The self-paced, guided journey centered on Jesus' suffering as he prepared for the cross. The interactive format engaged the senses, setting the stage for a personal encounter with the Savior. 

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