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Young Adult Retreat

  • Camp Hebron 957 Camp Hebron Road Halifax, PA, 17032 United States (map)

Calling all young adults! Please, join us for a weekend to refresh, connect with others, rediscover joy and cultivate your faith. We’re excited to offer you a retreat full of dynamic worship and teaching times, engaging activities, meaningful opportunities to serve others, restful hangout spaces to connect with friends and so much more!

This year’s theme is True North. We will be unpacking how to live out the simple yet challenging commands of Colossians 3. Discover how to orient yourself true north in alignment with God’s plan for your life. Come individually or bring your friends and get ready for a weekend to learn, be challenged and encouraged. We’re excited to have you here!

Check-in is Friday at 7pm and the retreat ends Sunday at 1pm. Registration includes snacks, meals, lodging, and most activities! 

This retreat is designed to best serve older college-aged students, recent graduates, individuals settling into careers, and people diving into young adult communities.

  Lodging | Speaker | Worship | Sample Schedule | Pricing

Lodging: Breezewood Cabins

Spend the weekend in our comfortable, communal Breezewood Cabins. Each cabins sleeps 11 people and has one bathroom. Please, let us know your roommate requests and we will accommodate you. Men and women will be lodged separately. Extra spaces in cabins may be filled with individuals coming without a group.

Lodging: Sylvan View

Motel-style lodging is available but limited. Each motel-style room can sleep 4 people and has one bathroom. There is an additional $30 fee per person to request a motel-style room. (Married couples will only be charged once.) Individuals requesting a single occupancy motel-style room will be charged an additional $50. Choose both Motel-Style Lodging and Single Occupancy during the registration process.

Speaker: Mike Ford


Arnold and Monica have been serving as co-pastors at TriLife Church in Worcester, Massachusetts for over two years. Previously, they pastored in Maryland for 13 years and were church planters in Delaware for 4 years before God moved them to MA. They have been married for over 30 years, have six children and two granddaughters. They have served God through marriage/couples ministry, hosting and leading small groups, men’s, women’s, youth and kids ministry, and urban ministry. During their years in ministry they have learned the church has the most impact when they are empowered to manage the small things so big God moments can happen.  

Coming into the realization that the iGeneration, or generation Zers, are coming of age to learn how to serve God in leadership roles, we are asking ourselves if generation X has taught them what they need to know to carry on God’s commands for future generations? The author of Judges wrote that a whole generation after Joshua grew up not knowing God or what He has done. Today, statistics show that 13% of iGeneration identify as atheist, which is double the amount of adults. Our hearts are to teach preceding generations to reach the next generations with the Gospel we have been entrusted and instructed to pass on. We want the next generation to discover what it means to disciple in the 21st century so the baton does not get dropped.

Worship: SamSons Trio


All three of us have a Dad named Sam. Quinten and Morgan are brothers and their dad is the youth pastor and a worship leader at our church which is where we started playing music together. Cameron's Dad is a hardworking, faithful Christ-follower who also helps with the youth group. So growing up we spent a lot of time being crazy kids together, having the time of our lives. Now we have different and more scattered lives, but leading worship at our church keeps us connected. We are young adults and we love to worship Jesus!


Cabin Lodging: $155

Sylvan View Retreat Center Double Occupancy: $185/person

Sylvan View Retreat Center Single Occupancy: $205/person

Married Couples in Sylvan View Retreat Center: $170/person

Sample Schedule

7:00 - Check-in
7:45 - Gathering (worship & speaker)
9:00: - Late Night Activities (Open Gym, Games, Hangout)
11:30: - Quiet Hours Begin

7:15 - Devotions (Optional)
8:00 - Breakfast
9:00 - Gathering
10:15 - Small Group Time
10:45 - Breakout Seminars
12:00 - Lunch
1 to 5pm - Afternoon Options (Service Work w/ Isaiah 61; Open Gym, Trail Rides, High Ropes or Climbing Wall, Games, Hiking)
5:00 - Dinner
6:00 - Group Challenge
6:45 - Gathering
7:30 - Small Group Time
8:00 - Worship
9:00 -Late Night Activities (Open Mic. Night, Campfire, Games, Hangout)
11:30 - Quiet Hours begin

7:15- Morning Devotions (optional)
8:00 - Breakfast
9:00 - Gathering
10:30 - Small Group Time
11:30 - Photo & Checkout
12:00 - Lunch
1:00 - Depart

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