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Friday, June 1, 2018 at 5:00 PM MDT
Sunday, June 3, 2018 at 12:00 PM MDT

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We will arrange carpools or van transportation as interest demands.

YMCA of the Rockies

2515 Tunnel Road

Estes Park, CO 80511

Costs :  

(includes 2 nights room and board):            

Single: $360

Double: $240                                               

Triple:  $195                                          

Quad: $175               

Retreat Leader:  Marjory Zoet Bankson

Marjory is a published author, working artist and seasoned spiritual guide. She was President of Faith At Work (now Lumunos) from 1985 to 2001, and continued as editor/publisher of Faith@Work magazine until 2008. Now she writes, speaks and facilitates group discernment events around issues of call and transition. A graduate of Radcliffe College (Harvard University), Marjory has an M.A. in American history from the University of Alaska and an honorary doctorate from Virginia Theological Seminary in 1999 -- cited for her work in lay ministry.

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"Lydia, Seller of Purple: Successful, Independent, Called..."


Considering the way God's call spirals through our lives at different times in different ways, we will engage with the story of Lydia in Acts 16:11-40-- and in the Book of Philippians, which was written to the church at Philippi. Expect to share, journal, play and pray your way through the weekend.

For this retreat, Montview is once again privileged to partner with Lumunos, a non-profit whose mission is to help people live fuller, more authentic lives as they align their life choices and relationships with their sacred values.  Lumunos has long offered retreats that help people connect deeply with others and their own authentic selves.


  • Sometimes it’s hard to hear God’s voice amid the noise and chaos of everyday life.  This is a chance to remove ourselves from everyday distractions, chores and demands from others.  As women (and perhaps especially moms with younger children), we often have a hard time doing this, but it’s important to our spiritual growth and our ability to be present to our families—not to mention our sanity!
  • A supportive intergenerational community can be an invaluable asset when we return to the chaos.  This experience will provide you with an opportunity to deepen your relationships with other women of Montview. It’s a chance to be your authentic self, and you may just find someone who has faced challenges similar to yours.
  • It’s a chance to reflect, relate, and reenergize!

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