Young Adult Retreat

Come away for a weekend of relaxation, inspiration, and warm fellowship with other young adults. This event is a great time to make new friends and fellowship with old friends. The weekend will include an intentional focus on reviving your relationship with the God through discussions led by Mark & Lisa Kutolowski and worship through song led by Kutz Music.

Ages 18-35

Weekend Theme: Listening to the Heart of God: An Introduction to Christian Contemplative Prayer

Learn More About:
Lodging  |  Meals  |  Schedule  |  Speakers  |  Worship Leaders

Program Pricing

  • Breezewood Cabins - $95
  • Sylvan View - $125
    • Surcharge of $50 for single occupancy
    • Linens and Towels provided
  • $10 off for active college students
  • $50 deposit required for registration. Please indicate who you’re rooming with.



  • 7:00 pm - Let the fun begin!
  • Worship; Snack; Games; Open Gym


  • Morning Worship & Session; Gift Shop; Group Photo; Hike Peter’s Mtn; Evening Worship & Session; Campfire; Climbing Wall


  • Worship & Session


  • Hanging out, Open Gym, Board Games, Lounging on Couches Around a Cozy Indoor Fireplace, and Hiking

Lodging: Sylvan View

Our all-in-one retreat facility has lodging, meeting and dining under one roof. Sylvan View Retreat Center has 35 private hotel-style rooms, as well as plenty of space to enjoy conversation around the fire.

Want to room with a friend? You can request a roommate during the online registration process.

Lodging: Breezewood Cabins

Each cabin is heated with a private bathroom and can sleep up to 11. Linens, towels and toiletries are not provided. The Breezewood Cabins are just a short walk away from the Dining Hall.

Want to room with a friend? You can request a roommate during the online registration process.



We take care of all the cooking for you (not to mention the dishes!). Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served buffet style. Don't be shy in letting us know about any food allergies you may have ahead of time; our kitchen staff will be glad to meet your needs with prior notice.

Speakers: Mark & Lisa Kutolowski

Mark and Lisa Kutolowski are founders of Metanoia of Vermont, a ministry that seeks to support all people to know and enter into Divine Life, bringing body, mind, and spirit into union with God through teaching, programs, and practices rooted in Jesus’ teachings and life examples. 
Lisa Hershey Kutolowski is a professional baker, wilderness guide, and retreat leader. Lisa was Camp Hebron summer staff from 2005-2007. Her time at Camp Hebron instilled in her a love for sharing God’s infinite love, the wilderness and working with groups that continue today. She currently bakes at Cedar Circle Farm in East Thetford, VT in addition to her work with Metanoia.

Mark is an Oblate of Saint Benedict in connection with the Mount Saviour Monastery Community, a wilderness guide, and retreat leader. A lifelong Christian, Mark discovered the Christian monastic and contemplative tradition in 1997, and in 2001-2002 he spent a year living in silence and solitude at a hermitage founded on the spirituality of the Desert Fathers and Mothers. Mark also teaches wilderness living skills at Dartmouth College and works as a naturalist and wilderness guide throughout Northern New England. 

Learn more about Metanoia of Vermont and Mark and Lisa at!

Worship led by Kutz Music

Kutz Music Ministries was started in 2013 with just an acoustic guitar, a passion for worship, and a calling from God.  Leading Spirit-filled, high energy worship, Rob & Kayla Kutz travel from church to church doing worship services, conferences and retreats all over the east coast.  The Kutzs have a passion and heart to usher people into the presence of God. Rob has been leading worship for over 15 years, while Kayla has been assisting in leading worship for over 7 years. 

"One of the coolest things is to see people of all ages put aside life and go after God. It is a powerful thing, and encouraging for me to see that I can make a difference by simply getting out of the way as a worship leader and letting the Holy Spirit move." Rob

"I believe worship isn't just time spent in church and singing songs. It's a lifestyle that you should live out each and every day. I feel that there is a need to show people and teach people how to truly worship from leading by example." Kayla

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