It’s time to register for the Spring Congregational Retreat at The Mountain Retreat and Learning Center, near Highlands NC. Members of both Augusta and Aiken congregations will be able to participate.
We’ll have a full range of activities for all ages, including:
Craft, games and art activities
Therapeutic drumming instruction
Community Social Time before dinner
Sunday morning worship
(Anyone wanting to volunteer to lead an activity please contact Rev. Gaye)
Here are some retreat details:
Arrival Date and Time: Friday, April 8, 2016 Before Dinner
Depart Date and Time: Sunday, April 10, 2016 After Lunch
Package Price (accommodation, facilities, food):
2-NIGHTS for one ADULT double occupancy $170 (private room add $70); YOUTH 8-17 $70; CHILD 0-7 no charge
Non-Package Price (short stay)
1-NIGHT ADULT double occupancy up to 3 meals $125 (private room add $35)
(Package Rate based on $85 per night off-season, UU organization no tax.)
UUCA members may apply for a supplement to help pay part of their fees, contact Rev. Gaye for details.
Registration begins January 15 and closes March 15, 2016, or when we reach the maximum number of 50 participants. At that time full payment for the retreat must be made to UUCA. You may access the registration form on the www.uuaugusta.org website by clicking on this link:Augusta-Aiken Paper Reg Form Congregational Retreat 2016Please send the completed form with your full payment (cash or check only) to Reverend Gaye Ortiz, 3501 Walton Way Extension, Augusta GA 30909, or take in person to administrator during office hours (Mon-Thurs 10-4).
The Mountain’s Standards of Occupancy include the following:
· The Mountain’s commitment to honoring the inherent worth and interdependence of all living things.
· Pre-determined housing and meeting assignments, taking preferences into account.
· Appropriate use of all public spaces.
· The Mountain’s efforts to be a tobacco, illegal substance and violence free campus.
· Quiet hours from 10:00pm to 7:00am.
· The Mountain’s commitment to reuse and recycle and to minimize solid waste.
· The Mountain’s commitment to minimize food waste.
· The Mountain does not discriminate.