Living Well: Embracing Our Calling

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An Ingalls Creek Center for Faith, Calling, and Community on site retreat designed for people approximately ages 50-65.

Retreat Dates: March 18-20, 2022

In the natural, beautiful, peaceful mountain setting of Ingalls Creek, you will enjoy and experience rest, reflection, relationships, reminders, and resources.

Retreat Purpose:

This retreat connects people (age 50-65) to engage with life-stage issues that matter most, learn from each other, and find spiritual encouragement, renewal, and vision for life’s journey ahead.

Together, we will look at the essential developmental task of embracing purpose and meaningful living at this stage of life.

Come and join us for this retreat sponsored by the Ingalls Creek Center for Faith, Calling, and Community.

You will enjoy and experience:

  • Rest – be renewed, refreshed, and revitalized.
  • Reflection – have space to think, reflect, and pray.
  • Relationships – strengthen friendships (bring a friend!) and build new connections.
  • Reminders – be immersed in God’s love, grace, and goodness.
  • Resources – learn ways to navigate these life-stage transitions from one another.

The retreat begins at 4 PM Friday and ends 2:00 PM Sunday.

Retreat Costs

  • $374 – for a couple for onsite housing (2 nights), private room, private or semi-private bath, all meals and program
  • $187 – for a single for onsite housing (2 nights), semi-private room and semi-private bath, all meals and program
  • $234 – for a couple for offsite housing, all meals and program
  • $117 – for a single for offsite housing, all meals and program
  • $50 – scholarship request deposit

Add it to your calendar today!

Ingalls Creek offers housing options for private, semi-private, and shared rooms and baths. Depending on your needs, and on-site housing availability, here’s a link to some off-site housing options not too far away.


“Ingalls creek is a beautiful setting with gracious Spirit-led hosts creating opportunities for rest and renewal.”

“Wonderful atmosphere free of normal tension and conducive to fellowship and interaction.”

“This weekend provided the opportunity to build relationships with others and learn from shared life experiences, which has been difficult lately due to Covid.”

“As a long-time visitor to Ingalls creek, I am continually amazed at the way God shows up, both in the activities of the programs, but also in the beauty of his creation.”