While the stereotype of the American male is a taciturn beast who grunts occasionally when prodded, the men of Trinity break that mold. In describing their annual weekend retreat away, Trinity's men are voluble and sound almost giddy with a bit of joy thrown in. And they've already planned next year's Men's Retreat: January 19 - 21, 2018. These guys are serious about getting away together.
Listen to them describe their retreat . . . in their words
"Each year the Men's Retreat seems to get better and better, probably because guys just know each other better and we build on the past years' momentum. I'm really grateful for all the men who make it a priority to be there, and as someone said last year, the Retreat really makes Sunday mornings (and our whole church) feel totally different. Thanks to everyone who helped make this one happen!"
What do I like best about the Men's Retreat? Let me give you a list:
1. Fellowship gained from laughter, open and playful competition, becoming more closely united.
2. Spiritual growth as co-equals in spiritual fellowship with each other and Jesus' inter mediating our unity.
3. The accumulative affect from the efforts of each leader's guided focus. Members of our small groups being able to reveal ever increasing parts of our personal stories. ...I came home off a personal "mountaintop" experience.