Word Veterans and First Responders fundraising Banquet - April 30,2021

Men's Retreat

Host Church: Word Movement

Location: Sage Hills Church - GYM

Men's Retreat

Host Church: Word Movement

Location: Sage Hills Church - GYM

Regular price $20.00
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Sign up to attend our Word Veterans and First Responders Fundraising Banquet.
April 30, at 6:00pm

Sage Hills Church - GYM

1601 Fifth St., Wenatchee, Wa. 98801

The goal of this banquet is to make it possible for 50 Veterans and First Responders to attend a Word Retreat free of cost in 2021.

Need more information?  Contact - Myron Vierra 

To purchase your ticket/s for the Word Veterans and First Responders Banquet, click 

How Will God Catch Hold of Your Heart?

The WORD Ministry is a unique opportunity that allows God to make a personal impact on your life. During the three-day retreat men will share about their personal journey with God. Elements within the retreat work together to help you build powerful bonds with other men, as well as encourage a stronger, deeper understanding and love for the One who made you. No preaching or lecturing. Just men serving, supporting and encouraging each other. The WORD Retreat…will change your life. 



What is it?

The WORD Retreat is a three day retreat that begins on Thursday evening and ends at a Celebration service at the host church. The WORD Retreat’s focus is to help men experience the love and grace of Christ through the Gospel story and in relationship to meeting the TEAM and being served by them.

What is included?

The registration cost covers your lodging, food, and materials. 

What will happen at the retreat?

We will learn more about God’s reasons for bringing Christ into the world. No preaching but personal stories from men who have experienced the power of Jesus in their lives. There will be opportunities for prayer, quiet reflection, and getting to know other brothers in Christ.

Why should I attend?

To experience the power of the Gospel message; To come alive in your faith in Jesus Christ; To create a stronger bond of community with other men.