A Deeper Walk with God

Foundations of Benedictine Spirituality

For New and Returning Retreatants

Two sessions for you to choose the one that fits your schedule

Weekday: Wednesday, February 1-3, 2023 (REGISTER)
Weekend: Friday – Sunday, February 3-5, 2023 (REGISTER)
Christ the King Center, Greenwich, NY

Retreat Schedule

Some 1500 years ago, amid political, eco­nomic, cultural, moral, and social collapse, in a world in dread of war, famine, and plague, Benedict of Nursia crafted a way for Christians to grow in personal holiness and wholeness, and to live in thriving, healthy communities.

His orderly rhythm of prayer, work, study, service, hospitality, and relationships has enabled countless monks and laypeople alike to live a harmonious, balanced life in deeper union with God. Those who follow this path of Christian tradition experience growth in peace, joy, and strength, both as individuals and in families, churches, and communities. Benedictine spirituality strongly influenced the Book of Common Prayer and the spiritual life of the Anglican tradition that continues in the Episcopal Church.

Confusion, worry, and darkness are all around us still. If you yearn for more of the quiet depths of God’s love below the anxious, stormy waves of life, join us. In an environment of refreshment, rest, prayer, quiet, and fellowship, you will learn and develop values, principles, and practices that you can build into your life right now, so that you can begin and continue to enjoy a deeper walk with God.

The first retreat in March 2022 introduced us to the spirituality of the Benedictine movement. This installment will provide a similar introduction to first-time participants, while returning retreatants will deepen their learning. All of us will benefit from living together the kind of life that has made Benedictine communities oases of wholeness and peace for centuries. Before arrival, retreatants are asked to read Benedictine Promises for Everyday People by Rachel M. Srubas, or Wisdom Distilled from the Daily by Joan Chittister.



Pricing for both sessions

Overnight Private Room – $315
Overnight Double Occupancy Room – $225
Commuter – $115  (Includes lunch, dinner and program)

The retreat is offered twice; pick the session that fits your schedule.

Commuters are welcome but there is no remote or hybrid option.

Questions may be directed to Mtr Meaghan Keegan at 518-692-3350 or Contact Meaghan
If you are in need of a scholarship, do not hesitate to ask.


Weekday: Wednesday, February 1-3, 2023 (REGISTER)
Weekend: Friday – Sunday, February 3-5, 2023 (REGISTER)


This retreat is made possible by the support of the Diocese of Albany and the Diocese of Dallas