All-Highrock Men's Retreat

Date:
Apr 17, 2020
Time:
(All day)
Location:
Chris Gredenius
Address:
United States
Organizer:
Chris Gredenius

Run down from your routine? No time for yourself or friendships? It’s time for a RESET. 

Reconnect with creation, community, yourself, and God! 

Last year we had over 80 men from across the Highrock Network attend the RESET men's retreat. Every single person who provided feedback said they would attend again and would invite a friend. Instead of shallow, adrenaline-filled activities, it was a space for deep connection with others, new relationships, soul-nourishing talks and worship, and long naps. This year we are meeting later in the spring so we'll have more opportunity for some outdoor fun!

So come out to scenic Pilgrim Pines in New Hampshire on April 17 to 19th for a weekend of feasting, rest and reflection, fun and worship, games and overall good times. Doug Bixby, senior pastor of the Covenant Church of Attleboro, will be speaking on the need for our hearts to RESET: how to develop hope and faith-filled hearts as men in the face of the disappointments and challenges of life.

Registration

There are four registration options:

  • Friday PM - Sunday AM (2 nights + all meals)
  • Friday PM - Saturday PM (1 night + 3 meals) 
  • Saturday AM - Sunday AM (1 night + 3 meals) 
  • Saturday only (2 meals)

Registration deadline is April 6th.

Scholarships are available! Please send a brief email to Will (will@highrockacton.org) and Chris (chris@highrock.org) prior to registering if you need a scholarship. If cost is an issue at all, please, please reach out to us! We are committed to making it possible for everyone who is interested to attend!

REGISTER HERE

Our Speaker

Pastor Bixby became the senior pastor of the Evangelical Covenant Church of Attleboro in August of 2008. Doug is the author of three books: Navigating the Nonsense: Church Conflict and Triangulation (Cascade Books 2016); The Honest to God Church: A Pathway to God’s Grace (Alban Institute 2007); and Challenging the Church Monster: From Conflict to Community (Pilgrim Press 2002). He is married to Carolyn and they have two girls. To visit Pastor Bixby’s blog and read more about him and his books, visit blamefree.wordpress.com

Questions?

Email Pastor Will from Acton (will@highrockacton.org), Pastor Chris from Arlington (chris@highrock.org), or your local church men's ministry leader.