This year marks our fourth year getting away together as a church for the weekend, and we couldn’t be more excited! This is a great opportunity to get to know each other better, to spend some time going deeper into God’s word and worshipping together, and to have some time away from the city to refresh and encourage one another. We believe God will speak to us this weekend as we come with open hearts and minds.

Our theme for the weekend is “Joining the Mission of God” and we’re pleased to have Carlton Deal joining us to lead our teaching sessions. He is pastor at The Well international church in Brussels and founder of Serve the City. Watch this video to get a taste of the movement he’s a part of in Brussels:


Registration is now closed, but we do have one room left. Please contact Nikki, our registrations manager, if you are interested in taking it (nikki.oldani@hotmail.com).

If you’re not able to come for the whole weekend, we’d encourage you to still come for the day on Saturday and/or Sunday. Email Nikki to let her know you’re coming. You will need to pay for any meals you join us for.

Directions

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Address of the retreat site: Auf dem Stift 6, Kyllburg 54655, Germany. Travel time is around 1hr15 from Luxembourg city.

Date: 5-7 October 2012.

You’re welcome to arrive from 16:30 on Friday. Dinner will be at 19:00 and the introductory session at 20:00.

Details on the program and what to bring are being emailed to all participants, but if you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact Fiona (fiona@koefoed-jespersen.eu) or Almyra (leifalmyra@hotmail.com).

Volunteers – if you’re coming to the retreat and want to contribute to making it a great weekend, we have roles still needing filling, including supporting the children’s work, helping with the lunch BBQ, welcoming people to the venue on Friday, clear up on Sunday, leading some games on Saturday afternoon… Email Fiona if you’d like to help!