Are you longing for some quiet time to yourself? Do you need a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life? Perhaps you’re facing tough decisions and could use some space to think things through.

At Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center, we offer personal retreats tailored to your schedule. Whether it’s just for a day, a whole week, or longer—our center provides a peaceful sanctuary for renewal.

During your retreat, you’ll have the chance to disconnect from the noise of the outside world and reconnect with your own heart. It’s a time to rest, recharge, and find inner peace.

So, what would I do on my retreat?
Your personal retreat starts with identifying your personal desires. Are you looking for rest? Openness for prayer? Then find a quiet space where you can listen to your inner voice. You may spend time in restful reflection, attend a Mass service, complete some reading, journaling, or explore your creativity with art materials. Plus, enjoy our beautiful grounds filled with places to walk and explore.

Spiritual Direction
For those seeking more guidance, we also offer directed retreats. These include daily meetings with a spiritual director who can help you navigate your retreat experience, offering support and insight as you seek God’s guidance in your life. To see our list of local directors, click HERE.

Ready to take some time for yourself? Book your personal retreat at Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center today.

Submit Your Personal Retreat Inquiry HERE.

Email us at lindenwood@poorhandmaids.org or call us at 574-935-1780

giftofthespiritscholarshipfund2The Gift of the Spirit Scholarship allows us to financially assist retreatants who have difficulty covering the cost of a retreat. When you contact us, please do not hesitate to ask about this Scholarship option. You can also make a donation here or contact us for more information.

“Thank you so much for giving me sanctuary when I was in need. My time at Lindenwood was more amazing than I could have hoped for. Thank you for being an important part of my journey. Your kindness and gentleness when I was feeling broken was like a healing salve to a burn. I am so grateful to have had the chance to rest in God in such a sacred place.” (Jen, Private Retreatant)