A number of groups and organisations across Victoria offer retreats (individual and group, or for Parish groups), prayer and spiritual quiet times, and opportunities for taking time to reflect and pray within a supportive community.
If you are thinking about participating in a retreat this year, you might like to contact one of the organisations below.
RETREAT CENTRES - FOR USE BY GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALS
A retreat, spirituality and conference centre for both overnight and single day programs, conducted under the direction of the Christian Brothers.
El Kanah is a place of refuge and restoration. Surrounded by lush vegetation and magnificent scenery, El Kanah provides a tranquil setting where individuals, couples, families or groups can come to be refreshed in body, soul and mind. We offer our guests warm hospitality and delicious food in a friendly Christian environment.
A call to rebuild El Kanah was originally built in the early 1930s. While those buildings were destroyed in the fires of 2009 the spirit of El Kanah is very much alive. Rebuilding is underway and a dedicated team is bringing to life a bold new vision.
Quiet days and retreats within an Anglican evangelical ethos.
Catholic – Salesian Priests and Sisters.
Group and private retreat days and sacramental prayer days throughout the year.
Catholic – Missionaries of the Sacred Heart.
Seminars and retreats throughout the year.
This ministry of hospitality supports retreats and spiritual renewal and is provided by the Anglican community of the Borough of Queenscliffe as part of their mission: for people who wish to spend intentional time on their spiritual journey.
Website to be advised.
Contact Father Peter Martin (vicar of St James Point Lonsdale)
Tel: (03) 5258 4624
ANSD is a professional association of spiritual directors. Not open to the public.
A community of Cistercian Monks at Yarra Glen.
Retreats for up to a week in each year.
The Wellspring Centre is committed to providing space and support within a Christian context to those who wish to deepen their awareness of the presence of God and to follow the implications of this in everyday life in ways that are just, compassionate, healing and reconciling.