Events

2023 WINTER RETREAT

Concan, Texas

 

February 5 – 7 or February 9 – 11, 2023

(Space is limited to 45 guests per retreat)

 

REGISTER HERE

 

Who:

Pastors, seminarians, ministry staff, congregational leaders and spouses. The retreat is an opportunity for ministry leaders and spouses to get away and be enriched through a time of fellowship, worship, prayer, education, and recreation.

What:

 
Our Winter Retreat offers two parallel tracks.  Participants may choose the Leadership Track with Eric Hulstrand or the Relationship Track with Pam Hulstrand.  Everyone on both tracks will share together in common worship and fellowship times.

When:

 February 5-7 or 9-11, 2023
Choose which dates work best for you.
Come when you can; leave when you must!

Where:

Our Winter Retreat is held in Concan, Texas, a beautiful resort community located along the Frio River.  The Dream Catcher, Barefoot and Rain Dancer cabins serve as our retreat home. Each is designed to host large family gatherings in various sleeping accommodations.  We do our best to accommodate married couples in private rooms with queen bedrooms, but we may not be able to do so depending on the total number of registrants.

How:

Registration available now! Click the button below: 
 

REGISTER HERE

 
Questions?
Contact Bryce Formwalt at 512.942.7776.

 

Texas District Annual Gathering

 

What do you call it when Lutherans from across Texas get together to eat great food, fellowship with like-minded believers, share ministry opportunities, be challenged by incredible teaching, and worship the Most Awesome God?

 

We call it the LCMC Texas District Annual Gathering!

 

 

OUR PLANS FOR 2023:

 

Tentatively scheduled for July 28-29

Check back for more details!

 
Questions?
Contact Bryce Formwalt at 512.942.7776.

 

Youth Gathering

 

Students from across Texas connecting on a fun, faith-filled weekend!

 

 

2023 YOUTH GATHERING

Stay tuned for more details!

 
 
 
 
 
 
Questions?
Contact Bryce Formwalt at 512.942.7776.
 

Local Clergy Conferences

Texas is big. 

 
We live in the internet-age, where distance is no longer an obstacle to communication. Even so, our pastors frequently get together the old fashioned way: in person. With a bible in one hand and a mug of coffee in the other, they engage in deep theology and casual chit-chat, and everyone goes home better for the exchange.
 

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