Conference Centers

Conference Centers 2017-12-06T14:59:20+00:00

 Presbyterian Camps & Conference Centers

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Bluestone is a non-profit camp and retreat destination, serving the Presbytery of WV and many other church and non-profit organizations. Bluestone is located in the Appalachian Mountains of Southern West Virginia and is open from mid-March through November to host full-service retreat events. Many people have made Bluestone their annual destination and continue to return year after year.

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The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is affiliated with three national conference centers. These centers offer conferences and retreats year-round for all ages and interests. Click on the icons below to find out more.

Montreat IconThe Montreat Conference Center, as a mission center of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), seeks to glorify God by serving the whole Church of Jesus Christ by calling all God’s people to a place set apart, for spiritual commitment and renewal, to grow in discipleship, to build relationships, and to prepare one another for Christ’s ministry in the world.

For more information on Montreat Conference Center, please click here to visit their website!

 

Ghost Ranch IconGhost Ranch is a unique combination of natural beauty, paleontology, geology, archaeology, history and art. It is not just the values of each of these separate aspects of Ghost Ranch, but rather the synergy of its beauty, its scientific value, its cultural and historical traditions and its spirituality that make it like no other place in the world.

For more information of Ghost Ranch, please click here to visit their website!

 

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A caring conference center offering delicious, locally-sourced food; simple accommodations; sustainable values, and a spirit of hospitality. Stony Point Center, modeling the love of Jesus, welcomes people of all faiths and nations to discern, discover, learn and lead. Together, bold dreamers experience the movement of God’s Spirit to create pathways to peace, nonviolence and justice.

For more information on the Stony Point Center, please click here to visit their website!