Register for Fall Retreat

Hello Church!
Registration costs for the 2014 Christ Central Fall Retreat, "A Community of Grace" are increasing soon. Please sign up if you haven't done so already; this greatly helps CCPC provide information to the facility about our church's retreat needs. 
During the retreat, we will be gathering together in the Santa Cruz mountains for time away together in worship, prayer, fellowship, and learning about the community of grace! For families, a children's program will be available on site during the retreat. 
Sign-up soon, as accommodation types are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please register and sign up now through the online registration link below!
Retreat Site: Conference Center, Mount Hermon, CA
Arrive: Friday, November 21, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Depart: Sunday, November 23, 2:00 pm
Guest Speaker:
Pastor Paul Kim, Senior Pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church, San Diego

(Per person – Adult (including unaccompanied youth)  / Accompanied Youth (4-17 years old))
Standard: Accommodation: $195 / $55
All linens included (sheets and towels), private baths, hand soap provided, beds are pre-made upon arrival, and upgraded furnishings and decor.
Economy Accommodation:  $145 / $40
All linens included (sheets and towels), private baths, hand soap provided, make your own bed upon arrival, and basic furnishings and decor.
Dormitory: $105/ $40
Have semi-private baths, each room has a sink, and common showers and restrooms are located just down the hallway.
There is a late registration fee of an additional $25 per person starting November 9th. 
Children (0-3 years old): Free
Youth prices only apply with attending parents. Unaccompanied youth are charged at the
adult rate.
Financial assistance available; contact a deacon if in need. 
In Christ,

Lynn Park

Office Administrator 
Christ Central Presbyterian Church
50 Northridge Dr. 
Daly City, CA 94015

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