2023 Ingalls Creek Events

By | 2022-11-09T23:47:30+00:00 October 20th, 2022|Events|

1. Winter Day Camp – January 28

Let’s have some winter fun! Summer Day Campers and families are invited to join us on Saturday, January 28 for winter activities at Ingalls Creek. And BRING A FRIEND! Check it out!

2. Pastor Wellness Series

Coaching Series (February-April) and In-Person Restorative Retreat (July)

Ingalls Creek is offering two continuing education opportunities for pastors to find revitalization in their life and ministry. Each opportunity can be experienced independently of one another, or you can do both and bundle and save! More information here.

3. Navigating Grief Retreat – March 24-27

Experiencing loss is part of life. We lose loved ones, jobs, homes, health, financial security, relationships, and more. At this retreat, we’ll provide some tools and a healing opportunity for those that have experienced loss. You’ll even learn how to start a grief group in your church or community. Retreat information is available here.

4. Creation Care – April 22

Earth Day is April 22. Join us at Ingalls Creek to learn about creation care and put some of what you learn into practice through onsite projects at Ingalls Creek.

5. Aging Well Retreat: Sharing Your Story – April 23-26

For those 65+, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn how to share your story and pass on the legacy of your faith to family and friends. You’ll even have opportunity to begin the process by sharing your story with other participants. Mark your calendar now and watch for registration details.

6. Women’s Retreat – May 5-7

Theme and details to follow.

7. REACH – May 29-August 6

Five summer fellows (college students) will be involved in the Ingalls Creek annual summer program providing support for Wenatchee Valley nonprofits, living in community at Ingalls Creek, and serving as leaders for Ingalls Creek Day Camp. The experience benefits these students in multiple ways including strengthening their faith, developing relationship skills, and discerning their calling. Support for these students is an investment in the future of our families, churches, workplaces, and communities. Click here if you’d like to help fund this program and note that your contribution is for the REACH program.

8. Make a Difference Week – June 25-30

Is your church or one of your church groups looking for a mission project? Bring a group from your church to serve at Ingalls Creek for the week. Experience co-laboring with others, building for the future of Ingalls Creek, and engaging in spiritual study.

9. Day Camp – July 17-21

Calling all those entering 2nd through 6th grade! Join us for a week of day camp at Ingalls Creek and experience fun, games, Bible study, crafts, and more! Hope to see you there!

10. Adulting Well Retreat – August 11-14

This retreat experience is for those who have graduated from high school up to those in their early thirties. The retreat is a great opportunity to strengthen and build new friendships, share stories, learn from one another, enjoy activity together, and gain spiritual insights. Bring a friend! Theme and details to follow. Watch for it!

11. Aging Well Retreat – September 17-20

Set these dates aside for the second retreat of the year. The theme is yet to be determined. Stay tuned.

12. Living Well Retreat – September 29-October 1

Are you approximately in the 50 to 65 age range? If so, then set aside these dates for the Ingalls Creek Living Well retreat. Enjoy building camaraderie with others in the same life stage and learn from one another as we navigate this season of life together. Details and theme yet to be determined. Watch here for updates.

Under consideration for 2023 . . .

A Men’s Retreat (fishing? hiking?)

A Writing Retreat

A Silent Retreat

Please contact us at any time should you have questions at the office at 509.548.3306, info@ingallscreek.org, Steve Hostetter at 808.200.8424, steve@ingallscreek.org, or Becca Niemeyer at 206.300.0954, becca@ingallscreek.org.