Spiritual Retreat in Recovery at Camp Capers
The mission of Spiritual Retreats in Recovery is to provide a safe place to deepen one’s spiritual journey, open to anyone in recovery from alcoholism or other addictions, and to families and friends affected by the disease of addiction. Members of AA, NA, ACA, Al-Anon and other recovery practices share their experience, strength, and hope in a community of love and support.
The Rev. Dr. Stuart Hoke, formerly of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, will bring his keynote message for the weekend, "Life on Life's Terms," and diocesan clergy will provide on-site services, topical spiritual insight, and pastoral care. Breakout sessions focus on a variety of topics and activities.
All friends in recovery are welcome. No church affiliation is required. Observing strict diocesan guidelines and Camp Capers protocol during the pandemic, this will be a hybrid retreat, with limited enrollment for in-person attendance, in addition to an option for participation via Zoom. In-person attendees will be treated to warm hospitality, delicious food, and thoughtful presentations in this beautiful hill country setting along the Guadalupe River.
Retreat costs, listed below, vary with chosen accommodation options and include 5 meals. Registration will be open from March 26 through May 4.
Lodge Rooms: $215 per person
Cabins: $145 per person
Commuter Rate: $75 per person
Past participants share:
"“Recovery happens in community. At this retreat, I enjoyed the awesome presence of God through others in recovery - and in a beautiful setting. It doesn’t get any better!”
"A great, relaxing weekend. I experienced the spiritual healing of the group, and enjoyed quiet time with my Higher Power in one of His most wondrous creations. In comfort with great food!"