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High School Fall Retreat is a time of fun, fellowship, and spiritual focus for high school students as they prepare for the new school year. Typically, it takes place during the first weeks of school for three days and two nights and is a highlight of the year for our students.

Though our overnight High School retreat is not an option this year, we are planning on hosting a two-day, local, daytime-only retreat. The retreat is a long-standing tradition that the students look forward to each year. This retreat sets the tone of the school year by building community and fostering spiritual growth among the students. The high school teachers have developed options to uphold this tradition while adhering to the spirit of the school's reopening plan. We are also working with the Washtenaw County Health Department to develop our plans.

 

Bonfire
Students Enjoying the Retreat Slip N Slide
Students Building Sand Sculptures
Students Leading Worship
WCA is Open!