Photo credit: Holly Roach

Photo credit: Holly Roach

Photo credit: Ryan Klinck

Photo credit: Ryan Klinck

Photo credits: Sherri Barnes

Photo credits: Sherri Barnes

Retreat at Haw Creek Commons

Haw Creek Commons Retreat House in Asheville, NC, is a flexible retreat and meeting space in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The space provides a meditation space, meeting spaces, a kitchen, several outdoor meeting spaces, and access to hiking trails along the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Haw Creek Commons (HCC) is an integrated semi-rural neighborhood ministry which houses a co-working business, an ecumenical cooperative of worshipping communities, a community garden, ongoing programming with a local elementary school, and a retreat and educational space.

Haw Creek is a community near Asheville, NC, just twenty minutes from the airport and easily accessible via area highways. Situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Haw Creek Commons is minutes away from the stunning beauty of the Blue Ridge Parkway, hiking trails, local arts festivals, five star restaurants, and the unique blend of cultures that makes Asheville a favorite destination for diverse people from around the world.

To schedule your retreat at HCC, contact Kate Rudd.

Sabbatical at Haw Creek Commons

Sabbatical at Haw Creek Commons is a pilgrimage of Missional Resting and Sending. The program provides a restful, inspiring, and renewing environment in which participants can reflect on their vocation and orient themselves toward missional ecclesiology and contemplative practice.It combines sabbath, learning, monastic rhythms of prayer and hospitality, service, and recreation in a two-week journey into new monastic and missional forms of church for the twenty-first century.

Sabbatical at Haw Creek Commons is:

  • Classes on Contemplative Spirituality and Missional Practice
  • Hands-on missional engagement in urban and rural ministry
  • Space for solitude, reflection, and quiet conversation
  • Communal living with a Wesleyan rule of life
  • Recreational outings to enjoy local art, music, food, and the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains

TUITION
$700 per participant, includes lodging, food, tuition, guidance for outings, and optional weekly spiritual direction

3 CEUs available for an additional $100 fee

For more information contact Luke Lingle.