Silent Retreat Center
Dayspring Silent Retreat Center is an ecumenical silent retreat center, a sacred place set aside for silence, solitude, reflection and prayer. The 210 acres of rolling forests and fields invite you to wander the paths, pause by the streams and ponds, rest on a bench in the shade, or walk the stone labyrinth.
Two buildings welcome all who search for silence: The Lodge, overlooking the meadows, has a lovely sitting room with a fireplace and small library, a kitchen and a dining room; and The Inn, nestled in the forest, has 18 individual rooms with twin bed, chair, table, and sink.
We welcome all who are called to deepen their spiritual life through the practice of silent retreat.
Quiet Days offer time for silence in community, sacred space for opening to the Spirit. A leader will begin the retreat with a brief reflection leading into the silence.
The Going Out and Coming In: Thresholds – A Weekend Retreat
Using Scripture, poetry, and readings, and drawing on the natural world around us, this retreat offers space to reflect on your path, discern your current place, and be open to the shape of the way ahead. Wherever you are in your journey, this is an invitation to pause, listen, and go deeper into what it holds for you.
Self-Guided Retreat Day
Self-guided retreat days allow individuals to structure their own day retreat. On these days up to six individuals are welcome to use the Lodge, in silence, between 9-5.