Retreat Rooms

Whether you are seeking a location for an individual or group spiritual retreat, Tau Center offers a beautiful setting for you and your guests. 

The rooms at Tau Center are available as a peaceful and private space for spiritual enrichment and retreat for both individuals and groups. The majority of our rooms are located within our Quiet Space, and each room has a door for privacy. All individuals will have accessibility to a small kitchen that includes a refrigerator and microwave for your use. In addition, we offer amenities such as AV equipment, LCD projector, Wi-Fi and other spaces within our campus for your use. Tau Center does not offer overnight accommodations at this time. For information on our terms and agreements, click here.

If you are interested in the Tau Center for a group retreat, please fill out the form to the right. If you are an individual seeking a Personal Retreat Day for yourself, please click here.

Spiritual Direction/Individual Retreat Rooms

These comfortable rooms provide a quaint and quiet setting for individuals on day retreat or spiritual direction sessions. These rooms typically accommodate up to 3-5 people comfortably.


Group Retreat Rooms

Our small group rooms are perfect for spiritual peer groups, prayer groups, or other small gatherings. Our small group rooms can accommodate 10-30 people and offer a variety of settings from chair circle to tables. 


The Tau Center is a wonderful home for Christos Center's Tending the Holy, a training program for spiritual direction. The atmosphere is peaceful and the hospitality, excellent. The staff does everything in their power to make sure we have a good experience.
― Donna Scott, Christos Center for Spiritual Formation

Group Retreats

Tau Center welcomes small groups to come spend a day in reflection and spiritual exploration. 

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Spiritual Direction

Are you new to Spiritual Direction?

Many people long to find meaning in their lives, to discover their true selves, and to grow closer to God and others. But sometimes, it’s hard to know just where to start. 

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