• WESLEYAN

Christian Life Retreats

Wesleyan retreats are designed to parallel the overall mission of the school by providing opportunities to explore and deepen the student's relationship with God while building confidence in their individual identity as children of God. Retreats also aim to provide time and space for students to go deeper in their relationships with one another.

List of 6 items.

  • 5th Grade Retreat

    Steps of Faith
    Goal 1 – To give students an accurate understanding of God’s character and begin encouraging ownership of their faith.
    Goal 2 – To build community at the beginning of the school year outside the walls of Wesleyan. To build confidence in their individual identity as children of God.
  • 6th Grade Retreat

    It’s Not About Me
    Goal 1 – To challenge students to live out their faith so they can bring honor to God by serving others.
    Goal 2 – To build community at the beginning of the school year outside the walls of Wesleyan. To build confidence in their individual identity as children of God.
  • 7th Grade Retreat

    Life Together
    Goal 1 – To help students get out of their comfort zones and learn more about the trustworthiness of God. Additionally, to help them better understand the Biblical truth of the many parts of the body and how each is essential to a healthy, functional body.
    Goal 2 – To build community at the beginning of the school year outside the walls of Wesleyan. To build confidence in their individual identity as children of God.
  • 8th Grade Retreat

    From the Inside Out
    Goal 1 – To challenge students (when they are beginning to see themselves as individuals) to use their individual gifts and talents as an asset of leadership in the middle school.
    Goal 2 – Students will explore their identity in Christ and will be challenged to break down social barriers, build confidence, and take a closer look at their identity in Christ, and its implications for leadership.
  • Freshman Retreat

    Beginnings
    Goal 1 – To challenge the kids to see that God desires a personal relationship with them and being a Christian is not just knowing about God but rather knowing Him personally.
    Goal 2 – To bond the class of which nearly 25% are new students and to break down the walls and social cliques that stifle the individual pursuit of God’s best for our lives.
  • Senior Trip

    Crossroads
    Goal 1 – To challenge the kids to build their newly independent lives around the solid foundation of Christ by intentionally accounting for their friendships, faith, and coming freedom.
    Goal 2 – Students will intentionally explore issues of faith, friendships, and coming freedom through the lens of past, present, and future. The trip serves also as a last “hurrah” for the class as part of the senior celebration and graduation.