November 1st thru 3rd 2019
Camp Copass: Tally Retreat Center
8200 E McKinney Street
Denton, Texas 76262
$195 per person= 2 per room
$160 per persons= 3 per room
$140 per person= 4 per room
Prices increase $20 after October 13th.
Registration closes October 21st
Register at ccplano.com or You may also register at the church office.
You may check-in on Friday, Nov. 1st any time after 4:00 pm. The meeting room opens for registration and fellowship at 6:30 pm.
Visit www.campcopass.com for directions
and location information.
7th–12th Graders may attend with a parent’s permission slip and must attend with an adult.
Friday Night dinner on your own.
Saturday breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday breakfast included with retreat registration.
INTRODUCING Guest Speaker Paula Weber!
Paula joyfully serves on the Women's Ministry team at Valley Baptist church in Appleton Wisconsin.
As part of the team, she is the coordinator for Women's Mentoring Ministry as well as one of the
Bible Study leaders. She has a passion to see women connected with each other in discipleship and nurturing relationships that are rooted and grounded in the Word of God.
Paula has been married to her High School sweetheart, Gary for 39 years. They have three adult children and four grandchildren. In her spare time she enjoys hiking with Gary, cooking, reading
($50 nonrefundable deposit due with registration.)
We are returning to Camp Copass for our Women’s Retreat this year. Camp Copass is a lakeside retreat center in Denton, Texas. The hotel rooms and meetings rooms are all located in the same convenient building called the Tally Retreat Center. Each room is appointed with two queen size beds. Coffee and hot water are available in the lobby and the rooms do have coffee pots but do not have refrigerators so please plan accordingly. Ice is available.
There are restaurants and fast food locations all along HWY 380 between 35 and the Dallas North Tollway. Don’t forget to stop for dinner on Friday or to bring something to enjoy before our first meeting begins.
What to Bring?
Your Bible, a pen and note paper a sweater (meeting rooms tend to be chilly) clothes and toiletries, etc. Optional items: If you plan to enjoy the outdoor lakeside environment don’t forget to bring appropriate clothing and shoes.
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