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Cross Roads Retreat is a non-profit organization specializing in group retreats. The retreat center sits nestled on 145 acres of natural wooded habitat in the heart of central Texas. Located within 90 miles of Houston, Austin or Waco, Cross Roads Retreat accommodates up to 96 guests.  We are one of the few retreat facilities in Texas serving non-profit organizations one group at a time, one weekend at a time.

The comfy bunkhouses, spacious conference room, vaulted chapel, delicious offerings from the dining hall, bonfire pit, prayer labyrinth, low element team building stations, prayer trail, outdoor sanctuary, hiking trails, volley ball and many other resources are here to support you in planning and implementing your own organized retreat.

Cross Roads specializes in radical hospitality. Our camp is your camp, when you are at the Cross Roads.

Cross Roads is committed to providing a sacred place for learning, inspiration and transformation, where Christ may be encountered through faith-forming experiences.

COVID-19

Our hearts go out to those of you who have been directly impacted by COVID-19 through illness, loss of a loved one, or economic loss.  We offer our sincerest gratitude to health care workers, first responders, and all essential workers for courageously risking yourselves to help others.

As you know, these are trying times in our country and in our world.  This spring has been a challenging time for all, filled with uncertainty and changes in our everyday way of life.  Here at Cross Roads we had a busy spring scheduled with many retreats, but due to COVID-19 all of this came to an abrupt halt.  COVID-19 will not stop our ministry or our mission.

During these unprecedented times in our nation and as we navigate through the various guidelines from the State, County and CDC in order to slow/limit the spread of COVID-19, Cross Roads will continue to remain up to date on the current situation.  As we prepare to reopen we are monitoring the federal and local health agencies, such as CDC and the Texas Department of Health Services for updates and recommendations for the prevention and containment of COVID-19.   We are working closely with medical professionals and personnel on how to best sanitize our facilities and what are the best protocols going forward.  We are working to tailor a set of protocols for Cross Roads’ unique operating model that will exceed the Governor’s Minimum Standard Health Protocols.  Watch for them to be posted here!

As we learn new facts about the virus and the impact it will have, we will strive to take the necessary precautions and make improvements to better ensure the safety of our guests, our volunteers, and our staff. 

Our mission of being a place set apart for people to experience Christ, expand community and help equip leaders has never been more relevant than now.  Our prayer when the time comes to reopen, is that time at Cross Roads will be a time of much needed spiritual renewal after such a long period of social distancing and isolation.  We ask that you join us in a season of dedicated prayer for our nation, for our state, cities, leaders, ministries, medical professionals, hospitals,  as well as for all the people going through health issues or financial setbacks.

“I am counting on the Lord; yes, I am counting on him.  I have put my hope in his word.”   PSALM 130:5

Blessings,

Joy Rogers

Director

To review our financials, click here for: 2018 990 Tax Form

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