2020 Single Mother's Retreat

Jan. 31- Feb. 2

RSVP by January 24th!

Theme: Chosen 

Throughout this retreat there will be plenty of stories, speakers, pampering time, discussions, mentoring, delicious food, and a positive experience for you to take home. We promise to support and provide you a weekend you’ve been needing! We will provide you with a safe environment to share and grow in! You will receive the love of Jesus and we will encourage you in your relationship with Him! So come and join us on this retreat where you will be rejuvenated, empowered, and filled with joy. 


Online Registration 

Opens October 18th 

*** Due to a generous Donor, registration fee is subsidized at a lower cost for this event. ***

Would you like to help mothers this weekend? 

Bless a Single Mom by sending her to this retreat or become a part of the support team. 

Being a part of the Support Team means you can either serve as Prayer Team or as a Table Leader: 

Prayer Team- You are behind the scene bringing prayer and acts of kindness to mothers. You will be available to the mothers to be prayed for during the week at any time.

Table Leader– You are in charge of a group of
single moms at a table. You are there for support and encouragement. You will guide them through the schedule & be there to facilitate conversation.


Support Team Application!

Opens October 18th 

Paper Registration


Hear what is being said about our Single Mom's Retreat!

I attended the single mom's retreat. I got divorced last year and I saw the event on Facebook and thought I should go, but didn't want to! I signed up reluctantly and told my family I was going. My Churches, my friends, and everyone in my life except for my family has left me. I felt unforgiven, unloved, alone, and deeply hurt. I tried to ignore God prompting me to go, but finally made myself go thinking I could fake getting sick if it was awful! I felt uncomfortable, but God knew I needed to go. I met two women who became my friends and we shared our stories. I'm not alone. I'm not unforgivable. I am not unlovable even when people do that poorly. I knew these things but they came to light this weekend and I feel a burden lifted from me. I am a daughter of the King, saved by grace and I don't need to sit in a prison cell with the door open. I can walk out and be happy and forgiven. Thank you for all you did for us. You gave so much and I am so very thankful! I was blessed and you showed love when not many have! Thank you!

-2018 Single Mom's Retreat Attendee