2022 Labourers in the Vineyard Retreat
Registration has closed! We thank you for your overwhelming interest for this retreat. Do look out for details for our Watchmen Retreat which will be held in June. God bless!
“Who am I really, to God?”
The Labourers in the Vineyard Retreat is an invitation to discover who we are in the eyes of God our Father, and to experience a renewal in the way we respond to that identity. This 5 day stay-in retreat is for anyone who desires to deepen their relationship with God or is interested in discovering more about their faith.
Led by the Episcopal Vicar for the New Evangelisation, Rev. Fr. Terence Pereira, together with Gloria Patri Charismatic ministry, the retreat will include talks, praise and worship, as well as ministering and personal spiritual direction.
You don’t have to be ‘prayerful enough’, ‘knowledgeable enough’, ‘holy enough’ or ‘involved enough’ to participate. The Lord’s invitation is to come as you are, away from the busyness of life and enter into a space of encounter with Him.
Find out more about the retreat from our chat with Catholic Radio here!
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Dates: 29 April to 3 May 2022
Venue: St Francis Xavier Major Seminary, 199 Ponggol Seventeenth Ave S829645
Retreat fees: S$400 (inclusive of accommodation and daily meals)
Payment of the retreat fees must be made within 48 hours of registration, and payments made are non-refundable and non-transferable. Do note that spaces are limited and that registration will only be confirmed upon payment of the fee. Payment instructions will be reflected after registration.
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*The retreat will be conducted within safety measures and subject to the prevailing MCCY guidelines. This retreat is only for first-time registrants who have not participated in the Labourers in the Vineyard retreat before.
Rev. Fr. Terence Pereira, Episcopal Vicar for the New Evangelisation
A priest after the Good Shepherd’s heart, Fr. Terence’s great desire is to see all lay faithful learn and grow to be disciples of Jesus Christ. As the Episcopal Vicar for the New Evangelisation, he leads ONE in promoting the work of evangelisation and disciple-making in Singapore.