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We strive to be ministry pioneers, pressing forward into places that most churches do not go. With our biggest desire being to connect with young adults and see their lives transformed by knowing God. We do this through offering activities around community building, spiritual development, and missions.

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Epworth League

W1008 Froelich Rd
Sullivan, WI 53178

 

Ken Rheingans, 

ministry director

ken.rheingans@epworthleague.org

(414) 807 - 3193

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rockies spiritual retreat

a week-long retreat for young adults, to find rest away from
busy life all while hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park

about the trip

Hike to wondrous views. Get up close and personal with wildlife. Road trip with friends. Get to know new and old friends on a deeper level. Spend the week connecting to God. And take a break and find rest from your everyday life. 

Much like our other trips and events, this trip is built around community building and spiritual development. Days are spent on hikes in and around Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. And in the evenings - we come together to enjoy dinner and for a large group discussion based around faith and God. 

We hike varying difficulty trails throughout the week, to ensure all can participate and enjoy. Our biggest hikes people get excited about exceed 12,000 feet in elevation, but we also go on shorter hikes to valleys and streams around the park. 

On all of these trails you can find marmots, pikas, mountain goats, and even moose. Not to mention, the wonderful views you get of surrounding mountains, lakes, and trees. 

QUICK INFO

August 14 - 22, 2020

Leaving Friday the 14th in the evening and returning late Saturday night the 22nd

Rocky Mountain National Park

Colorado

$425 per person

covers everything except getting there. We can help you find a carpool

All the animals you'll see! 

So many animals to watch out for in Rocky Mountain National Park! The trails we hike are less populated with people, and more populated with God's marvelous animals such as these.

Elk, moose, deer, bears, pikas, pronghorns, mountain goats, big-horned sheep, gray wolves, cougars - all these animals call the Rockies home. 

Not to mention, all the views

We've been going on this trip for years now and have hiked many trails. These are some of our most favorite hikes in Rocky Mountain National Park.

A couple of them even lead you to summits over 12,000 feet elevation! While other trails lead you to beautiful green and gold meadows and waterfalls.