WOMEN’S RETREAT 2021: COME AS YOU ARE
Reconnect, recharge and remember you are loved
Friday, April 30 - Sunday May 2
Our BCC all location women’s retreat has a longstanding tradition! For years we have enjoyed gathering in Leavenworth for times of rest, reflection, and sisterhood. Many of us have wonderful memories from these times together and can’t wait to go back. Unfortunately, as much as we had hoped to resume our in-person retreat this Spring, we are not there yet.
But, if we have learned anything over this past year, it is that we can still create meaningful connections and opportunities to meet with God and each other in ways that are live-giving and transformative. This is exactly what you can count on during the 2021 retreat weekend!
Join us for a customizable retreat experience, designed to welcome you as you are and in a way that fits with your current life. With several virtual and small in-person opportunities to choose from there’s surely something for you. Reconnect with faith, hope, and love in embodied ways and enjoy community with others.
The $25 registration fee covers all resources, gatherings, and costs. You can choose from:
- Short, on-demand teaching videos by Katie Douglass to watch at your convenience
- Scheduled virtual workshops, discussion groups, and worship sessions throughout the weekend
- Socially distanced, outdoor meet-up opportunities across Bethany locations
- Access to a designated Facebook group to connect with each other all weekend long
We are currently finalizing the detailed schedule but mark your calendars to start your weekend with a socially-distanced outdoor Meet & Greet at BCC Green Lake, from 5-7.00 PM on Friday, April 30th and end by Midday on Sunday, May 2nd at the latest.
What happens over this weekend is largely up to you: Grab a girlfriend, rent a local Airbnb and get away for a full retreat weekend or just carve out an hour here and there to connect with yourself, God, and others in the midst of a busy schedule.
For questions or to obtain a scholarship, please reach out to Petra Malekzadeh.