Nonsummer Adult & Family Programs 2018-01-23T14:25:29+00:00


Adults and families need Christian community too. Adults are given time to just unwind, but also time to deepen friendships and focus on the things that are most important in their lives. Families grow in faith together and make memories that they will carry with them forever.


TRUE to Myself

Wednesday-Friday, April 18-20, 2018  •  $425 Private room; $350 Double Occupancy; $50 for round-trip airport shuttle

1st of  a four part retreat series sponsored by Portico Benefit Services. While everything seems to be changing within and around us, we seek to determine our true nature. In this retreat, we will explore our whole unbroken selves amidst our life stories, which we offer up freely and joyfully to the world.

Designed for rostered leaders, but open to anyone in the midst of a life transition. Whether that be retirement, new call, divorce, loss of a loved one or emotional distress. Whatever your transition, come away to Lutheranch to listen, discern, and connect with God and others in transition.

The retreat offers  the rhythm of liturgy that includes music, scripture, poetry, and time for individual and small group reflection within a sacred, safe space. Participants are invited to pause, listen and gain clarity.

Guest Speaker Tammy Devine – Deacon and ELCA Wellness manager at Portico Benefit Services

Worship Leader – Michael Larson – Director of Worship, Arts & Service, Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd,  Olympia WA

 Quilting Retreat

Sunday, May 17th – May 20th •  $329 Private Room; $289.00 Double Occupancy

Spend 4 days with other quilters in a relaxed atmosphere. Teachers will assist with projects, as well answer questions regarding different techniques. Quilters may work on provided projects for gift ideas that benefit non-profits, as well as their own projects. There will be a day drip to a local quilt shop and the opportunity to share your own creations!

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