Well-Being Retreat

​Well-Being Retreat offers a unique opportunity to explore wholeness through a spiritual, health, financial, and vocational lens.

Save the date: Well-Being Retreat will return to Montreat Conference Center August 19-21, 2019!

Well-Being Retreat can help you become more deeply rooted in your life and ministry — at any stage of the journey — through worship, fellowship, education, and time for contemplative reflection.

This annual gathering is sponsored by The Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), in partnership with the Presbyterian Foundation and its subsidiary, New Covenant Trust Company.

Who's eligible

Active and retired plan members, spouses, and surviving spouses are welcome to attend.

Program

You can customize your retreat experience by selecting educational workshops and guided activities that best support your journey to well-being.

Highlights of Well-Being Retreat include

  • opportunities for spiritual direction;
  • workshops focusing on various aspects of well-being;
  • meaningful worship;
  • fellowship; and
  • space for rest and renewal.

Free time and space for silent retreat are part of the agenda, to provide for a more contemplative experience.

Date and location

Well-Being Retreat will be held August 19-21, 2019, at Montreat Conference Center — one of the largest conference centers affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), in Montreat, North Carolina.

Costs

There is no conference fee for Well-Being Retreat. You are responsible for your travel, lodging, and a nominal meal fee. Payment for lodging and meals must be made at the time of registration.

Registration

Online registration for Well-Being Retreat will open June 2019.  

Questions?

Email us with any questions.

"This event …[is] one of the best I have ever attended. It not only helped me with some of my own 'stuff,' it gave me some great ideas to bring back to the local church. I can't stress enough the importance of the workshops for self-care and for church care, a good balance of both."

Well-Being Retreat participant