Men's Retreat 2022

Friday September 9-Sunday September 11
Lums Pond State Park Campsites, 1068 Howell School Rd, Bear, DE 19701
Men: $15, Youth (12 & under): $5

Join us for a time to connect with each other and retreat from rigors of work and the world. 

We will share some meal times together, times of worship, and lots of free time to enjoy the park and each other's company. Hoop, hike, bike, hang, heal, and have fun. It's a low key weekend to truly retreat, rest, and recharge together. The weekend will conclude with our whole congregation joining us at the park for service.  

Registration covers a campsite with access to electrical outlet and water spigot and use of the campground facilities. 
NOTE: Registration covers campsite, you do not need to register for your own site through the park. Sites will open as early as 3pm on Friday, Sept 9. 


To register, click "Men's Retreat..." options under the "Giving Option" Dropdown. 

Please remember to enter in the necessary amount for the tickets you're purchasing. 
The dropdown menu provides the correct designation. If your amount is incorrect, we will contact you to finish the payment. 

Learn more about Lums Pond State Park here

Questions? Contact or call/text 302.709.1331.


Friday Check-In and Campsite Link

3pm Campsites open to set up

Phat & Bryan will be on site to check you in and provide parking passes and instructions.
Link to Google Maps for campground entrance:
3488-3598 Red Lion Rd, Bear, DE 19701

Food Plans and Other Collaborative Plans

Everyone is responsible for their own food (as stated below). However, if you want to join in planning food and games, here's a link to our schedule and plans for the weekend. 

Click here to see food plans, schedule and other event coordination efforts

Song Worship Lyrics 

Click here to view/download and/or print lyrics for the weekend. 

Suggestions for Packing 

This is outdoor camping, so you will need a tent and sleeping bag & pillow or shelter of your choice that fits into the campsite. 
Please also bring you own food for the time you're there for each meal (some meals will be together, but everyone will need to bring their own food) and means for cooking your food. There are public grills, but will be shared.  

Other things to bring:

  • Towel & Toiletries (there is a shower area with private shower booths with hot water)
  • Warm clothes (it gets cold at night)
  • Any other camping gear you feel appropriate
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Outdoor games (cornhole, Kan Jam, Spike Ball, etc.)
  • Bike(s)
  • Sports gear (for basketball or football or other sports to play)
  • Book(s) to read
  • Any other recreational equipment appropriate for the outdoors