The Workers of the Vineyard offer a number of different retreats during the year, they are listed below along with their upcoming dates and age requirements. If you would like to see photos from these events, please visit our gallery. Online registration forms will become available as the retreat date draws closer.
The Chaldean Catholic Diocese of St. Peter the Apostle also offers a number of other retreats during the year, if you would like more information, please visit their retreats page.
The Messiah Retreat: A Retreat for High School Girls
Open to: Girls in High School
Based on the Bible passage of John 20:11–19, “The Messiah” is a retreat for all girls in High School. The purpose of the retreat is to prepare the girls for Holy Week and Easter. We focus on Christs ressurection and the importance of recognizing that he truly is our Messiah. Through different talks and activities, the retreatants are brought closer to Christ and to one another.
A Walk With Mary: Girls Vocation Retreat
Open to: Young women 18–30
This retreat is based on the Annunciation passage where we explore the Virgin Mary’s “yes” to God’s will for her. In looking to Our Lady as the example, we too are able to answer God’s call for us, whatever that may be.
The Way of Love: A Women’s Retreat
Open to: Women 25–50 (Married or Unmarried)
One of our most popular retreats, the Way of Love retreat is based on the passage found in 1Corinthians 13, “Love is patient and kind; love is not jealous or boastful; it is not arrogant or rude. Love does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrong, but rejoices in the right. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends.”
Married Women’s Retreat
Open to: Married women under 55
This one night retreat is perfect for women with small children who are unable to commit to longer retreats. The theme of this retreat changes every time it is given. This past women’s retreat took place during lent and focused on the sorrows Our Lady went through during the Passion. Read the article.