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We are a group of girls, mostly in our 20s,​ ​who share a desire to give girls a vision of​ ​who God is and who they are. We work all​ ​kinds of jobs and have all kinds of stories​ ​about friends and siblings and guys and​ ​church and adventures. We all have​ ​different personalities, parents, and experiences.​ ​Odds are, someone here knows​ ​what you’re talking about. 

What WE DO

Over three days, our goal is to pour into you what’s​ ​been poured into us, no matter what your faith​ ​background is. We want to teach from God’s word​ ​and our own stories about topics like relationships​ ​(with friends, family, and guys), forgiveness,​ ​identity, media, sexuality, and trust. We want to​ ​teach about how to spend time with God, how to​ ​not live in fear, how to pray, and what it truly​ ​means to be a woman. We want to​ ​put you on a​ ​small group team where you can talk it out with​ ​team leaders to mentor you and pray with you. We​ ​want to make a safe place for you to tell your​ ​stories, ask questions, and understand things​ ​better. We also want to have a shaving cream fight,​ ​outdoor games, a dance party, and at the end, a​ ​special dinner for you. There will be crafty stuff,​ ​music, games, and of course, a big sleepover every​ ​night.​ ​It’s​ ​gonna be good.



“I grew up in the church, and as a teenager, I found out I had problems. Real problems—problems I didn’t know what to do with. At Girls Retreat, I saw other girls, a little older than me, following Christ, sticking with the church, loving their families, and talking about real issues. Girls Retreat turned out to be a place where any kind of girl and problem are welcome. It turned out to be a place where it was safe to be yourself, share your struggles if you wanted, and enjoy life with a lot of fun games, food, and music. Those girls helped me see God was big enough to hold all the little fragmented parts of life together: pain, joy, hope, loss, past, future, friends, family, eating, worshiping, studying, dancing, media, sexuality, bravery, bodies, and souls. He can be trusted. Those girls trusted Him and enjoyed Him, and I saw them do it. It had a huge influence on my life in how I interacted with God, with the church, and with my family up until adulthood. It has shaped the way I pray, have relationships, and understand my purpose. I thank God for the way older girls mentored me in my faith. I want to always give that to other girls.” 

Click "About Us" for more info on our doctrine, statement of faith, etc. 

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