Retreats

Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church offers a number of retreat opportunities throughout the year, including the ACTS Retreats, at least one a year for men and one a year for women. We also try to offer another retreat opportunity for men and women, usually in the winter. This fall, we hosted our first couples retreat at the Oregon Coast. High School students are also given the option to attend a retreat in the fall or spring. Contact the Parish Office for more information about these retreats.

  • Our Sacred Path is lived individually, together as a couple, and in community as we strive to follow Christ in our daily lives. Take this "sacred time apart" on retreat to reflect on your spiritual life as a couple, that you may be renewed in relationship and spirit as disciples. Our retreat includes presentation, prayer, time for reflection individually and as a couple, opportunity for individual confession, Saturday vigil Mass, and sharing and fellowship.


  • Women of Our Lady of the Lake, you are invited to get away, rest and restore your soul with the women of our parish. Come and experience three days of prayer, community, authenticity, and sisterhood.

     

    Do you want to enter into a new or deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and with your fellow parishioners? You can accomplish this by joining us June 18-21, 2020 for our second ACTS retreat for women, which will be held at Mt. Angel at the Father Bernard Youth Center. ACTS stands for Adoration, Community, Theology, and Service.


  • Men of Our Lady of the Lake, you are invited to get away, rest and restore your soul with the men of our parish. Come and experience three days of prayer, community, authenticity, and brotherhood.

     

    Do you want to enter into a new or deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and with your fellow parishioners? You can accomplish this by joining us September 26-29, 2019 for our first-ever ACTS retreat for men, which will be held in Mt. Angel at the Father Bernard Youth Center. ACTS stands for Adoration, Community, Theology, and Service.


  • Join us for a Morning of Reflection early in the New Year to better understand our call as disciples to accompany one another on the spiritual journey. Fr. John Marshall will lead us and share insights from his recent Master’s thesis studies into the “art of accompaniment.”