Fall Women’s Retreat
The Women's Retreat provides a weekend with new and old friends sharing times of fellowship, reflection, and laughter. We stop at nothing to provide: fabulous food, a variety of recreational activities, craft sessions, inspiring worship, as well as solid biblical teaching.
Fall Women's Retreat Wrap Up
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Dates and Speakers
Speaker: Melissa Maimone
Melissa Maimone is a living testament to God's ability to shine light in the darkest of places. Through lessons learned from her life-long battle with depression and anxiety, Melissa has a passion to share the healing love of God and the joy that comes from living an authentic life of vulnerability and dependency on Him. She has a background in public speaking, writing, acting, and served over a decade as the Director of Women's Ministry at a large church in Santa Clarita, CA.
Music: To Be Announced
Speaker: Katie Quesada
Katie Quesada serves as the Family Ministry Pastor and oversees Women's Ministry at Fellowship Monrovia. She graduated from Vanguard University and began her masters at Fuller Seminary. Before coming to Fellowship Monrovia she served as a Youth Pastor in Orange County for 6 years. Katie and her family live in Monrovia, CA. She loves being a part of the vision and mission of the Church and loves telling the greatest story of all, the Gospel.
Speaker: LaRosa Tate
LaRosa Tate was born and raised in Starkville, Mississippi. She attended Mississippi State University, obtaining her BA in Industrial Engineering. In 2002, she married the love of her life, Albert Tate, a gifted communicator and dynamic preacher. After years working as an Industrial Engineer, LaRosa felt called to leave this employment and focus energies on her heart-felt passion of being at home full-time with her children. This also allowed her the opportunity to develop her expertise and passion for mentoring women as well as share in a vocal worship ministry. In 2011, the Tate's together felt called to plant Fellowship, an intergenerational, multi-ethnic church in Monrovia, California. Currently, LaRosa leads a women's Life Group, serves on the Fellowship Worship Team and Co-Leads Fellowship Moms, a local moms ministry outreach. LaRosa and her husband, Albert, live in Azusa, CA with their three amazing children, Zoe LaRose, Bethany Grace, and Isaac Harrison.
Music: To Be Announced
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Multiple Occupancy: $170/person
Single Occupant: $270/person
Multiple Occupancy: $215/person
Minimum of 5 occupants required
Multiple Occupancy: $375/person
Single Occupant: $475/person
This is the camp experience. Our Economy housing is made up of cabins and dorms, many of which have full bathrooms attached or are in room. The rest have bathrooms within walking distance. These accommodations are outfitted with a queen bed or bunk beds and sleep 5 to 10 people for groups. For Marriage Retreats, there will be one couple per room. Linens are not provided during Mens and Family Retreats.
Not looking for the camp experience? Then upgrade to our Standard accommodations which include linens and have full bathrooms in the room. Larger than hotel rooms, these dorms can sleep 5 to 10 guests comfortably. For Marriage Retreats, there will be one couple per room.
Perhaps a hotel room is your idea of retreating... then our Deluxe Lodge rooms are for you. With amenities like a coffee maker, telephone, and a refrigerator in your room you won't feel like you're "roughing it" at all. Each room can sleep up to 4 guests comfortably. For Marriage Retreats, there will be one couple per room.
For those who do not need Hume housing for the retreat, but have instead arranged their own lodging at a privately-owned cabin in the area. Please note that RV parking and tent camping are not available on Hume property.
Hume Lake exists to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Hume’s very mission statement expresses our desire that each person coming into contact with this ministry will learn of the love and power of a life lived in Christ. We believe that in this message lies the only hope for a world desperately searching for something more. The Ministry of Hume Lake Christian Camps is committed to reaching the lost for Jesus Christ.
As a Para-church organization, Hume seeks to serve the local church. Hume’s programs offer a Christian response to today’s culture through recreation, video, music, onstage speakers and presentations, which all work to introduce people to the Lord Jesus Christ in a way that is unexpectedly refreshing. The Hume environment is designed to minister to new believers while also encouraging those who are saved to pursue God in a new and deeper way.
Nestled in the Sequoia National Forest, 365 acres of God’s creation provides the perfect backdrop for a life changing experience. While our facilities include multiple chapels, dining halls, pools, recreating lawns, ropes courses and deluxe accommodations; most important are the majestic setting and solitude where you can hear God speak to you. Hume’s facilities have been designed to provide everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable retreat experience.
True life-transformation requires more than a fun mountaintop experience. Simply serving the local church by sharing the Gospel isn’t enough. We understand that true transformation is the work of the Holy Spirit. It’s our role to diligently and prayerfully prepare our staff, programs and facilities and then depend on God to work in the hearts of his people.
The purpose of meetings, seminars and activities at Hume Lake Christian Camps is to educate and inspire attendees with Biblical teaching and instruction. We also desire to follow government guidelines which require attendance at meetings for organized camps and educational organizations. Your participation at these meetings is necessary for us to accomplish these goals. Please plan to attend all meetings.
Hume Lake Christian Camps operates outfitting and guiding services and recreational events in the Sequoia National Forest under a special use permit with the United States Forest Service, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national origin.