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No individual receives financial benefit from our retreats.

Nor do we add any extra charge to provide scholarships.

Our only purpose is to offer you a time and a place to step away from the busy-ness of life and make space to hear God speak.

“Dare to Be Still" is a women’s ministry of New Hope Eugene in Oregon.

Any woman with a hunger to know Jesus Christ in a deeper way is welcome to participate.

www.NewHopeEugene.com

Weekend Retreats

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More about our retreats

Our Dare to Be Still women's retreats are hosted and led by Clarice Aeby and held at varying locations in Oregon's Willamette Valley.  

We begin with a group gathering on Saturday morningWe'll enjoy a meal together as Clarice shares biblical insights and personal stories that you can incorporate, or not, into your own private time with the Lord.

 

Then you'll spend the rest of the weekend in stillness with God, praying, reading, journaling, worshipping... whatever you feel led to do. The retreat ends at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday afternoon with a coming back together where you may choose to share what God has spoken to you.

The registration cost includes your own private room, two meals, and study materials.

For more details, check out the FAQ page

We'd love to share a life-changing retreat with you!

A NOTE:  In the spirit of offering Dare to Be Still retreats to as many women as possible,

we make every effort to keep our costs low by selecting sites that are reasonably priced for housing and meals.

No individual receives financial benefit from these retreats.  Nor do we add any extra charge to provide scholarships. 

Our next retreat is scheduled for Spring, 2020

What others are saying

The set-up met my need for security, and knowing that other Christians are also determinedly seeking God nearby made this something I want to return to.”

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This weekend the Lord talked to me about slowing my pace, how I’ve had the tendency to use work and technology as a distraction instead of looking to my Father for help… I am like a prodigal daughter this weekend, realizing how very little I know about a Father who loves me more than I can fathom.”

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