Women of All Saints
The Retreat has filled. If you missed out, we encourage you to complete the registration form to be added to the waitlist and in the event there is a cancelation you will be contacted.
You can register online by clicking box below or
in the Parish Office - Registration Form below
What you need to know:
Check in time Friday is 5 pm-6:30 pm.
Retreat will end by 1:30pm on Sunday.
Cost is $200 per person (some scholarships are available).
Guest room and bathroom will be private.
For safety reasons:
There will be no small groups.
You will be asked to bring your own snacks and beverages.
Masks will be required in all public spaces.
– If the retreat is cancelled by All Saints or The Franciscan Retreat Center, full refunds will be available. Registered participants will be contacted individually.
– If the participant cancels for any reason, they should contact Kim Thoraldson (952) 393-5594 as soon as possible, right up until the retreat check-in time, to consider options.
The inspiration for Women of All Saints comes from a desire to engage more women of the parish into a community of fellowship. Additional opportunities will be presented this year to which women will be invited to enjoy time together while deepening their awareness of God in their lives and the lives of others.
The hope is to become a vehicle in which women can share and express what they are looking for on their faith journeys through connecting and enhancing communications between existing women’s ministries and participants. “There are so many wonderful women’s groups at All Saints, and we thought that by them collaboratively working together, more opportunities could be provided for women to share in the joy, encouragement and hope of Christ.”
An umbrella was chosen as the logo to be a reminder of the protection we have in Christ Jesus. The fabric was inspired by a section of stained glass in the St. Francis window in the Gathering Space of the church, complete with raindrops! “We are all walking in the reign of Jesus as is depicted by the wording, the cross and ‘J’ of the handle.”