There is a sacred circle around every family which should be preserved. No other one has any right in that sacred circle. The husband and wife should be all to each other. {AH 177}

At this retreat we desire all marriages to enjoy the ultimate unity, peace and fullness of joy which heaven alone can bestow. We seek to provide a long weekend filled with sound Biblical counsel and encouragement for those estranged couples, those experiencing conflict in their marriage, or those simply desiring to enhance and preserve the sacred circle.

Though all couples are welcome to attend, we do wish to inform attendees that our instruction will be based upon not only the Bible, but also the Spirit of Prophecy as it is expressed in the writings of Ellen G. White.

The grace of Christ, and this alone, can make this institution what God designed it should be- an agent for the blessing and uplifting of humanity... Through the revelation of His grace, hearts that were once indifferent or estranged may be united in bonds that are firmer and more enduring than those of earth- the golden bonds of a love that will bear the test of trial. {MB 65}

If you are interested in attending this year's Marriage Retreat, please call our office at (731) 986-3518.



MEET Ministry, 480 Neely Ln,  Huntingdon, TN 38344

$595 per couple- space is limited


Registration deadline is September 17, 2020. Any registrations received after this date will incur a $30 late fee for processing.


Though we understand and highly value the contribution
of children to the family circle, we do not have the resources available to accommodate children at the upcoming retreat.
Nevertheless, we believe that the wisdom and encouragement obtained by the parents will bear upon the children as well. Please pardon any inconvenience this may cause.

Dress:  We would appreciate your adherence to M.E.E.T. Ministry's dress code in keeping with the principles of Christian modesty. Please refrain from wearing shorts, T-shirts, form-fitting or see-through clothes, jewelry and low necklines. We also kindly request that women refrain from wearing pants (though a dress or skirt, reaching below the knees, may be worn over pants in cases where such attire is necessary).

What to Bring:  Bible, umbrella, walking shoes, bath linens (if staying on campus), light supper items if desired (e.g. fruit, crackers, etc.) for Friday evening.


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