Theme & Schedule

Salt and Light retreat offers an opportunity for students and ISCF club sponsors to spend a weekend with about 25 other ISCF-ers who are also seeking to focus their attention on listening for God’s voice.

Without electronics, smart phones and social media access, students, sponsors and volunteers can focus on building a Christ-centered relationships through conversations, recreation, small group Bible studies, and prayer.

 

Schedule

The retreat schedule is designed to make your child's retreat experience transformative, meaningful and fun! Check-in begins at 3:00 pm and the retreat begins with a welcome dinner at 6:00 pm on Friday and concludes at 1:00pm on Sunday. The weekend will include time for each participant for silence and solitude. With the exception of the times of worship and small groups.

Click here to view a sample schedule.

Activities include morning devotions on the beach, chapel, praise and worship, small groups, testimonies and s'mores around the campfire, scavenger hunt, obstacle and challenge courses, family-style eating, and other traditional field games, daily prayer partners, one-on-one conversations with professional counselors and retreat staff, and more! 
 

Large Group Worship

The worship times for the retreat will include Bible reading, prayer, contemporary praise and worship songs and hymns. Our worship times will conclude with quiet time. 

 

Speakers and Facilitators

Our guest speakers and facilitators include seasoned pastors, professionals, spiritual directors, and retreat leaders who have been involved in student ministry for years. Praise and worship will be led by a team of students who are members of the National Board of ISIVCF and Affiliate Clubs.

 

A full list of speakers and facilitators will be posted here.

Parent Meeting

We will hold a parent meeting on Sunday, May 9th from 4-4:45pm on Zoom. We will go over the Retreat Packet and expectations.

If you were unable to attend this meeting, please watch the recorded video of the meeting.

Small Groups

Each student is placed in a small group. Small groups provide a setting where students break open and discuss the topic that was covered in the large group session, and apply it to their everyday lives. Each small group will be facilitated by an adult Counselor and a Junior Counselor.