2021 WOMEN'S WEEKEND RETREAT
OCT. 22-23

Check-In: 5:00 - 5:45 p.m., Oct. 22

Check-out: 4:00 p.m., Oct. 23

Dean: Tracy Weaver

Each fall, Wonder Valley Christian Camp hosts a retreat just for women. This overnight event features inspirational speakers, worship time, fellowship, great food, crafts and activities. Fall is beautiful in The Valley and this is a great chance to bring some of your friends, unwind, and re-charge your batteries.

Wagon Ride, Cave and Campfire

We’ll enjoy a wagon ride Friday night to the Wonder Valley Cave and a short tour of the Pioneer Camp. If you're not up to that much activity, there will be an option to remain at the main camp for crafts.

Later we'll  enjoy supper and worship in the great outdoors. Campfire, stories, s’mores and more!

Get Rooted and Grounded

While the world seems to get more uncertain each day, join us for time in God's Word. Learn to deepen your foundation in Jesus Christ and renew your strength through teaching and prayer. (Colossians 2:6-7) 

Activities

Play board games or cards and meet new friends. Renew old acquaintances, do a craft, experience the Zip Line, High Ropes Course or just enjoy a time to relax and renew.

What to Bring:

  • Bible, Pen & Paper

  • Casual Clothes

  • Comfortable shoes
    (lace-up, close-toed for activities and walking)

  • Twin Size Bedding & Pillow

  • Toiletries

  • Towel & Washcloth

  • Flashlight

  • Camp Chair for time around the campfire

  • Bug Spray

  • Games and Cards for Friday Night

Fun!
Fun!

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Fellowship!
Fellowship!

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A great weekend with great women of faith!
A great weekend with great women of faith!

A great weekend with great women of faith!

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Fun!
Fun!

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Reconnect with old friends,

Make new friends,

Find Adventure!

...Or just relax.

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Cost: $40

 

Can't stay both days?

Just $20
for Fri. or Sat

 

Updated Schedule

Friday, Oct. 22

 

5:00 - 5:45
Arrive/Move into Dorms  (Registration In  Dining Hall)

 

5:45

Welcome and Opening Instructions  (Dining Hall)

 

6:00 - 7:00 
Concurrent Sessions #1:
Check the activity schedule to see which group you are in, based on your preregistration.
• Cave and Pioneer Camp (Group #1)
• High Ropes Course
• Crafting & Connecting (Downstairs) - Sandy Beams/Kim Churchman 

7:00 - 8:00
Cooking and Conversation around the Campfire at Macedonia  (Hot Dogs and S’mores)

 

8:00 - 9:00
Campfire Worship and Music

9:15 - ??
Late night food and fun in the Dining Hall
Head to bed whenever you’re ready.

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Saturday, Oct. 23
 

7:30
Coffee for early risers
 

8:00 - 9:00
BREAKFAST served buffet style, at your leisure.
    
REGISTRATION:  Please visit the check-in station, if you arrive on Saturday.
 

9:00 - 9:30
Morning Music & Worship - Vuyovich Sisters
Rooted in the Word - 
Tracy Weaver
 

9:30 - 10:00
Individual Devotions/Quiet Time
 

10:30 - 11:30
Music & Worship - Vuyovich Sisters

Main Session:

Staying Grounded in the Busy/Crazy Seasons of Life - Nancy Stone, Country Lake Christian Retreat

11:30-12:15
LUNCH

 

12:30-2:00
Concurrent Sessions #2: Check the activity schedule to see which group you are in.
Cave and Pioneer Camp (Group #2)
• Intro to Firearms and Firearms Safety (Group #1)
• Zipline (Group #1)
• Crafting & Connecting (Downstairs) - Sandy Beams/Kim Churchman

 

2:00-2:20

Gather at the Dining Hall for Prayer
 

2:30-4:00

Concurrent Sessions #3: Check the activity schedule to see which group you are in.

• Zipline (Group #2)
• Intro to Firearms and Firearms Safety (Group #2)
• Overview of Food Preservation - Susan Ballerstedt

 

Overview of Food Preservation
with Susan Ballerstedt, Blackacre Community Garden

Learn about many different forms of food preservation including: Pressure canning, water bathing, freezing and dehydrating.

Discussion will also include a "show and tell" of different equipment and supplies needed, and how this can be used to not only care for your own family, but as ministry and outreach to others.

Firearm Safety and Intro to Firearms
with Dave Weaver, Hunter's Ed Firearm Safety Instructor

We are offering a unique opportunity for ladies who want to gain some knowledge and experience in order to become more familiar with firearms.

This session will cover basic firearm safety and best practices, then give ladies a chance to try out small caliber firearms at our shooting range, with helpful guidance from the folks who lead the Outdoor Sports camps for jr. high students at Wonder Valley Camp.