Adult retreats

Private Lenten Retreat
The season of Lent is an annual invitation to enter into prayerful reflection of one’s life. Often, this effort is undertaken by stepping away from routine responsibilities for a time. In the setting aside of time and space, we have room to listen deeply to the voice of the holy in our lives. Cathedral Ridge is open for individuals and couples to rest and reflect as their schedules allow. Whether hiking or snow-shoeing, walking the labyrinth, or sitting fireside, the campus offers a variety of beautiful settings. If personal retreats are a new experience for you, The Rev. Kim Seidman is glad to provide materials  for reflection or hold space for private conversations. Guests stay in a Lupine Lodge room for two nights and enjoy six meals selected from our seasonal menu.

Cost for individual: $276
Add one member of the same household: $78

Cathedral Ridge is excited to partner with gifted individuals who offer their ministry-in-residence for a time. March 17-21, we welcome Kirsten Wilson, a creative and engaging teacher who lives at the intersection of faith, story, and relationship. She’s honed her skills (and her heart) over decades of church ministry, as a college Bible instructor, and most recently, as the founder of Rivermark Academy. Kirsten explores biblical narratives with the scholarship of a seminary grad, the eye of an artist/storyteller, and the authenticity of a recovery ministry leader. Get to know Kirsten better by following her on Instagram (@kirstenwilson17 and @kirstenwilson_story) or Twitter (@kirstenwilson).

Kirsten is available to meet with individuals and couples who choose to make their Lenten retreat during her time in residence, March 17-21. She offers a virtual retreat “Step into the Story: Jesus’ Passion and Resurrection” on her website that can be accessed at any time during Lent. Guests may wish to participate in her offering to enhance their conversations. 

Step into the Story: Jesus’ Passion and Resurrection

The biblical story of Jesus’ passion (his suffering and death) and resurrection stays the same year to year, but your own story changes. You are not the same person you were last year, or five years ago, or a decade ago. So where will you encounter Jesus during the Lent and Easter seasons this year? In this online, self-paced workshop, Kirsten Wilson will lead you through content and reflective practices to help you identify and explore the ways Jesus’ story intersects your own in this season of your life. The workshop includes videos, a digital workbook, and printable worksheets.