Young Adult Fall Retreat 2019
Friday, September 13, 2019, 7:00 PM - Sunday, September 15, 2019, 2:00 PM
Theme: Genuine Community: What does love require of me?
When you think about the people you are closest with do you share your struggles with them? Or better yet would you be OK with them challenging you on a life decision you recently made? We want people to know our names, our stories and what we are walking through right now, but if we are being honest we are afraid to be vulnerable with people. We are afraid to trust them to see the best in us and not judge us for what is currently happening. The great news is we have created a space to talk through what true community with one another looks like. We will look at how we show up in each other’s lives to encourage, support and push one another to become the best version of themselves.
Speaker: Scott Miller, Grace Chapel Pastoral Resident
Worship: Mike Powell and Team
Cost: Early Bird Registration $140 through August 16, midnight
Registration $160 starting August 17- Registration closes September 2, midnight
Location & Directions
34 Camp Brookwoods Rd.
Alton, NH 03809
Directions (If your GPS cannot find Camp Brookwoods Road, use 200 Chestnut Cove Rd and follow the camp signs.)
Runs from 7pm to 9pm on Friday!
If you arrive after 9pm, head straight into the first session, and I will check you in immediately after the session.
If you selected any of the volunteering opportunities in your registration, a member of the retreat planning team will be in touch with you soon.
If you need a ride to the retreat, sign up for spots in the cars with available seats. If you don't see a car with availability or pick-up location that works for you, reach out to the drivers and/or add your name to the wait-list.
If you can offer a ride, sign up with your departure times and location.
If you are staying in the cabins, remember to bring a sleeping bag and/or sheets for the bunk bed. If you have extras, consider bringing them for those who forget or who do not have a sleeping bag.
Additional items to bring: Bible, notebook, sleeping bag or fitted sheet, pillow, toiletries, towel, shower shoes, warm comfortable clothes, hiking shoes, sneakers, coat and rain gear.
What to expect:
- Relevant messages on our God-given callings
- Personal reflection and time with the Lord
- Super fun activities
- Beautiful scenery
- Free time to relax and retreat
- New friends
- Good food
Questions: email Kristen Getchell at
Sponsorships: We offer sponsorship for those in need, asking that all applicants contribute what they are able. To apply, please fill out the application form at the bottom of this page.