Men’s Annual Retreat

2017 Retreat

March 10 – 12, 2017

“STANDING FIRM IN YOUR FAITH”

We live in a challenging time: our culture seems to be reeling out of control, public discourse is toxic, and the Christian view seems to be less respected than ever. What is a believer to do? Sandy will lead us as we turn to Peter’s First Letter to find amazing insights for how to conduct ourselves in these days.

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Dr. Sanders L. (Sandy) Willson will lead our annual retreat. Sandy is an ordained minister in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, and the Senior Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Memphis, Tennessee.

After graduating from the University of Virginia with a B.S. degree, Sandy earned an M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Seminary and received a D.D. from Crichton College. Previously he has pastored the Memorial Presbyterian Church in Elizabethton, Tennessee and the Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church in Lookout Mountain, Tennessee. Sandy and Allison, his wife, have five children and live in Memphis.

Anyone who has heard Sandy has come away challenged in thought and inspired to greater obedience to Jesus Christ.
 

LOCATION:

Our Retreat will again be held at the Sandy Cove Cove Retreat, at the headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay just north of Baltimore. You can view the facilities and grounds of the Retreat Center by accessing their website at www.sandycove.org

COST:

Two nights lodging, four meals and a reception on Friday night will cost:
$350 each, for 1 man to a room
$215 each, for 2 men to a room
$190 each, for 3 men to a room
$170 each, for 4 men to a room
$150 each, for a day trip

REGISTRATION:

You may register on the lower level of Halverson Hall before, during, and after each morning worship service through Sunday, March 5. If you wish, you may register at any time at 4thpres.org/registration and pay by credit card.

Recordings from previous retreats can be found at 4thpres.org/resource-library   Go the “Classes” section and search under Men’s Ministry.

For more information, contact  Rob Norris or Tom Dolch.