November 2022 Retreat
Triple + Occupancy
Triple + Occupancy
Each room has either two queen beds or one queen bed with one or two single beds, and one bathroom. There will be one chair in the room and two on the patio.
Each room has two or more beds (may include a bunk or two) and a shared bathroom. No chairs in the room. No patio.
A few of the Lakeside rooms have adjoining doors. If you’d like to get a room with two queen beds that can open up into an adjacent room with two queen beds, let our Transportation Coordinator know after you register. (Subject to availability, so if this appeals to you, register and make this request ASAP.)
Each room will have one set of sheets, a blanket, two pillows, and two sets of towels. Make your own bed upon arrival. Hand soap, plastic cups, toilet paper, and tissues provided—no other amenities. No kitchen, dining, or living areas.
If you choose double-occupancy lodging at registration, you must identify a roommate preference. If you choose triple-occupancy lodging at registration, you must identify at least two roommate preferences. (Please make sure your roommate(s) name you on their registration form as well.)
All meals are served in the dining hall at the conference center. We will have a designated area of tables with signs bearing the name of the retreat.
Meals include a wide variety of well-prepared food with diverse choices, including gluten-free options, salad bar at every lunch and dinner, and Mount Hermon favorites.
Complimentary bottled water and snacks will be available for retreat guests in the general meeting room. Coffee, tea, and snacks will be available for purchase in the Mount Hermon Soda Fountain/Snack Shop. Additional snacks may be available in central areas for all Mount Hermon guest groups to enjoy.
Want More Time at Mount Hermon?
A weekend may not seem long enough to accomplish very much. But I have attended the Mount Hermon women’s reflective retreat on several occasions, and it met from Friday afternoon through Sunday afternoon—the same schedule as our first writers retreat at Mount Hermon. I always come away feeling like I have had more powerful and intense connections with God during that weekend than the rest of the year combined.
That said … if you want to extend your time at Mount Hermon, you can come early, stay later, or both by getting off-site lodging. (Transportation between your lodging site and the retreat center is your responsibility. Meals outside of Friday dinner through Sunday lunch are on your own.)
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