Personal Prayer Retreat Options
Twin Rocks offers two options for individuals seeking personal prayer retreats:
- The Prayer Lookout (described on this page), for those desiring time alone in a prayer cabin; and
- Sabbath by the Sea, for people desiring a personal retreat under the tutelage of a spiritual director or guide, and in the community of others.
The Prayer Lookout provides a setting that makes it easy to listen to God. The purpose of the Prayer Lookout is to provide a quiet location for prayer, Christian meditation, personal Bible Study, and private relationship building with the Lord.
Surrounded by nature with a sensational view of the Pacific Ocean, the Prayer Lookout has been designed for an overnight stay for one or two guests.
Sleeping amenities include a day bed with a trundle bed, sheets, blankets and pillows. The facility is also equipped with a restroom and kitchenette, including a microwave, toaster oven, refrigerator, cooking utensils, dishes, table, and chairs. Showers are available at our Central Restroom facility.
This building was given to Twin Rocks Friends Camp as a memorial to Peggy Cadd. She was involved over many years as a camper, counselor, staff, and board member. She is remembered as a person of diligent prayer.
The Prayer Lookout is rented for the sole purpose of prayer retreats, and is available for only $20 per night. For reservations, please call Ron Mulkey in our guest services office (503) 355-2284. You can also email email@example.com to make a reservation.
“I want you to know how very much I enjoyed staying at the Prayer Lookout. It was a privilege and I am very thankful. This was the best time alone that I’ve ever had with the Lord. I came here for solitude and rest away from the rush of life. I came away with more than I could have imagined: peace, healing, and refreshment. God met me here! What a sacred place this is! Again, thank you.”
“Then, because so many people were coming and going that they did not even have a chance to eat, He said to them, ‘Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest.” Mark 6:31