2017 Diocesan Intercollegiate Retreat

"If you have the faith the size of a mustard seed, you will say to this mountain 'move from here to there.' AND IT WILL MOVE nothing will be impossible to you."  

Intercollegiate Retreat Spring 2017: MOVE

WHAT: Retreat for college-aged Young Adults.

This year we are partnering with the national ministry Evangelical Catholic! Cody LeClaire is our speaker and worship leader.

Come discover the gifts God has given you! Learn what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ and how to share the gift of Faith with others. Listen to inspiring talks and music.  Explore the trails of Honey Creek Retreat Center or go kayaking with dolphins. Enter into prayer through personal reflection, praise and worship, mass, adoration and confession. Enjoy fun, fellowship, dancing and bonfires with young adults from all over Georgia.
 
WHERE: Honey Creek Retreat Center 

              299 Georgia Episcopal Center Rd Waverly, GA 31565
 

WHEN: April 21st-23rd (Friday 5pm - Sunday 2pm)

COST: Early Registration EXTENDED!! - $65 (February 20th- April 12th)
           Regular Registration - $75 (April 13th - April 21st)
           Cost includes meals, lodging, kayaking and other supplies for the retreat.
          *No one will be turned away due to finances. Scholarships are available on basis of need*

RETREAT CHAPLIN:  Father Brian O'Shaughnessy 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE April 21st:   Register Now

HOW TO GET THERE: Please try to carpool with students from your campus or area. If you need transportation let us know on your registration form and we will put you in touch with a group.

  • Check-In Friday from 5:00 pm-7:00 pm. 
  • Friday dinner is on your own before you arrive.
  • First Session begins at 7:30 pm. 

You can arrive late or leave early if you need to.
CLICK HERE FOR WHAT TO BRING TO HONEY CREEK
  
Contact Abbie Byron-Goslin for questions: Email or 912-201-4056.

They that hope in the Lord will renew their strength, they will soar on eagles' wings; They will run and not grow weary, walk and not grow faint.  ~Isaiah 40:31 

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