Holy Trinity Annual all church retreat

October 1 - 3, 2019

Each year, Holy Trinity offers an all-ages weekend retreat at Fort Caswell, a camp, conference and retreat center in Oak Island, NC, about three hours from Raleigh. It's a wonderful way to get to know one another in a relaxed setting, and to reconnect with our church family--and with God.

Holy Trinity's annual church weekend is designed to bring us together through fellowship, recreation, reflection, worship and song, all in a lovely setting featuring killer whales, sharks, and rip tides (don't go in the water), and friendly people.

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special place for all people–individuals, couples and families. It is a restful place apart from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Once you arrive, everything is taken care of, and you can do as much or as little as you desire. Activities are organized for Friday night, after dinner, and Saturday morning. After lunch Saturday, various leisure activities are available: hikes, tennis, swimming, reading, napping, conversation. Saturday evening activities bring everyone together. Our Sunday morning worship service is held outdoors in a natural setting.

Those who experience Fort Caswell enjoy treasured memories. With a church the size of Holy Trinity, attending the annual weekend helps both new people and longtime members connect and reconnect, forming relationships that last.

This year, adults will blah blah with John Yates and other collared ones. 

Children and youth will have their own programs led by Robin Harris and Caleb Burr, ministers to children and youth.  

And of course, this spacious weekend offers plenty of time for rest, relaxation, and recreation.

Costs include room, meals and program. We will accept registrations until June 1, space permitting.

$192 per person (double occupancy)
$237 per person (single occupancy, if available)
$83 per person, age 4-12
Children under age 4 may attend free.

Online registration click here. You may download the registration form here.

Donations are most welcome; they help make scholarship assistance possible and thus assure the widest possible participation in the parish weekend.

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