Every spring, Redeemer gathers at Ridge Haven Retreat Center in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina. We hear wonderful teaching from guest speakers, enjoy intimate worship and small group discussions, share delicious meals, and enjoy a variety outdoor activities together. The weekend is planned specifically for people to have opportunities to connect with new faces and catch up with old friends. Our hope is to deepen our relationship with Jesus and our relationships with each other as we enjoy the quiet and beauty of this special place.
We hope you’ll consider joining us for this weekend together!
(-$30/child under 2 for Full Retreat)
FULL SAT&SUN SAT Only
Single $85 $60 $20
Couple $155 $120 $40
Couple + 1 child $185 $141 $50
Couple + 2 children $215 $162 $60
Couple + 3 children $245 $183 $70
Couple + 4 children $275 $204 $80
Couple + 5 children $305 $225 $90
Couple + 6 children $335 $246 $100
***Please pay only after you have registered.
Payment will be accepted by CASH or CHECK payable to Redeemer Presbyterian with memo: Retreat. You can place your payment in the offering basket. If paying with cash, please pick up an envelope on the table in the foyer and place in the offering.
If you would like to donate to a Retreat Scholarship Fund, please mark your payment “Retreat Scholarship Fund” before dropping in the offering.
We are excited to welcome Dr. Douglas Kelly as our speaker this year, as he covers the topic of, "Praying Down Heaven." Dr. Ligon Duncan, Chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary, recently said, "I don't know anybody who is able to make the unseen world of spiritual reality utterly real in the way that Dr. Douglas Kelly can in his teaching and in his preaching." Dr. Kelly served for nine years as the senior minister at First Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Dillon, SC, before going on to teach for more than three decades as the John R. Richardson Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary (first in Jackson, MS, then in Charlotte, NC). Dr. Kelly has authored numerous books, including If God Already Knows Why Pray?; Creation and Change; Revelation: A Mentor Commentary; and, mostly recently, the first two volumes of his planned four-volume work on Systematic Theology. Now retired from teaching, he is devoted to his numerous writing projects from his family home in Carthage, NC. He and his wife, Caroline, have five children and eight grandchildren. We are blessed to have him join us for our retreat this weekend.