Men's and Women's RetreatClick here to register
New Student Retreat
The new student retreat, an overnight retreat, welcomes new ISU students into the St. Thomas community. Participants reflect on their new college experience, make lasting faith based friendships, and learn how to be involved at STA.
To learn more about the retreat or about how to be a leader for the 2011 New Student Retreat contact firstname.lastname@example.orgClick here for an application
Antioch is a weekend retreat held two times each year. It is a time for student to reflect more deeply together with other students on their commitment to their identity as Christian with the community. Student witness talks and small group sharing are key parts of the retreat - together with time for fun, quiet, and prayer together. Antioch is open to any student who has been in school more than one semester.Online application
Busy Person Retreat
The Busy Person retreat is designed for people on the go who don't have time to get away for a day or a weekend. For each of four days, you meet for one half hour with a spiritual director, and pray for up to another half hour. This retreat is a great way to kick-start daily prayer and reflection and lead to a deeper relationship with God.Click here for an application
Spirituality and Dating Retreat
An ecumenical opportunity for students to explore the spiritual aspects of dating, discernment, and relationships. 9am-4:30pm at University Lutheran. We will have student and alumni talks concerning dating, singleness, and marriage, as well as a member of the ISU faculty to talk about the history of marriage in the Judeo-Christian tradition.
To sign up, or for more details, email email@example.com
In the spring we often plan a 24-hour, topical retreat, based on the interests of the retreat team and needs perceived in the student community. This is an ideal opportunity for creative people to come together to plan a retreat that speaks to the hearts of people who may or may not have a close relationship with God. Typically this retreat is a small one, drawing 10-15 participants, which allows for lots of personal reflection and deep prayer. Contact campus ministers Shari or Emily (have our names like to our e-mail addresses) if you wish to be on the Spring Retreat team!Click here for an application