What Is the Trinity Anglican Spring Retreat?
The Annual Trinity Spring Retreat is a weekend-long retreat held in May each year at SharpTop Cove in North Georgia. Trinity’s community pastor, Brad Mauldin, has remarked that relationships built in one weekend at the Trinity Spring Retreat could take months to develop simply by seeing people on Sunday mornings, and he’s right; intentional time away helps foster meaningful relationships!
Why Should I Consider Attending the Retreat?
Between Trinity’s three campuses and multiple services, there are few opportunities to engage with the entire church body. The retreat offers a chance to spend intentional, yet relaxing time with other members of the church and establish friendships. The retreat is a rare opportunity to unplug, worship, be challenged by teaching, and enjoy the natural beauty of Georgia alongside others who you may have known for years, or never met.
Who Is the Retreat for?
The retreat is open to everyone at Trinity. There are activities and groups for people of all ages and stages of life. Adults who attend without children stay in gender-specific cabins, and families stay in family cabins. Connect Groups (small groups which meet consistently throughout the weekend) are formed based on geographic location (where people live in the city) and stage of life (single, families, married couples).
Where Is the Retreat?
The retreat is held at SharpTop Cove, a lakefront Young Life camp in North Georgia, near Jasper. The camp is home to myriad outdoor and indoor recreational activities, from hiking and sand volleyball to a game room and a giant swing. There’s something for everyone. Meals are shared family-style, and worship and talks take place indoors.
When Is the Retreat?
The retreat is every May. Programming begins Friday night and ends after lunch on Sunday.
How Do I Start?
Registration opens in February of each year. For more information contact Addie Jones.
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