Planning a Retreat?
Hosted Retreat Program


For reservations, please contact our Conference Coordinator Sydne Yanko-Jongbloed at phone: 310.802.6376 or email:

Our hosted retreat program is an invitation for outside groups to hold their own educational, religious, corporate, 12-Step, or other events at our center.

Host Your Retreat or Event With Us

We welcome non-profit groups, churches, faculties, community service organizations, spiritual and personal development programs for day, overnight and extended retreats.

Join us for a time away from the daily grind. Step back from the everyday and view your world from a new perspective.


  • Our retreat center offers overnight accommodations for 70 including single and double rooms with private baths.
  • We have conference rooms for 5 to 150 guests.
  • Our kitchen can serve 15 to 200.
  • Hosted groups can utilize our Chapel, Labyrinth, Gardens and Spiritual Direction rooms.

Would you like to plan a solitary private retreat as an individual?

“Come away… and rest a while” (Mk.6:31).

Treat yourself to this unique opportunity in a busy world. Take some time for your own private retreat — the time and space can reinvigorate your body, mind and spirit.

Choose one day or several days for refreshment and renewal.  Single rooms and shared rooms are available, meals are extra as available. Our chapel, labyrinth and grounds are open for reflection during daylight hours. Spiritual Direction and Life Coaching are available to all guests upon prior arrangement.

The cost for a single room is $100 – $135 per night, a shared room (for 2) $130 – $180 per night. Meals extra as available.

Please call ahead to reserve your room and meals. You may also schedule spiritual direction or life coaching during your stay.

To schedule a private retreat, contact Sydne Yanko-Jongbloed: , 310.802.6376.

Do you need a facilitator?

We Have A Wide Selection of Facilitated Retreats

Our retreat facilitators can work with you to create customized programs for sacramental preparation, graduation, RCIA, parish and/or school staff days of renewal, and Labyrinth walks.

Some examples include:

First Communion: Second-grade students enjoy a day that includes a short movie, a craft, a behind the scenes tour of the chapel, and baking bread for each child to share at dinner with their family.

8th Grade Graduations, other student milestones: Faith sharing with scripture, crafts, games, reflection time in the peace of our gardens, and a closing blessing rite in our chapel.

RCIA: A day of reflection on the candidate’s journey of faith with the scripture from the Easter Vigil, with teams & sponsors.

School Faculty/Administration Retreats: Facilitators lead groups in prayer services, rituals, reflection, and sharing.

Labyrinth: A docent presents a brief history of the labyrinth as a walking prayer tool and facilitates a labyrinth walk for your group at our outdoor, 11-circuit Labyrinth Bonaventure.

How does it work?

Local, national and international groups come to the retreat center throughout the year.

Some of our guests include:

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
St. John’s Seminary
Friars of the Sick Poor
Salesian Sisters
American Martyrs
St. Lawrence Martyr
Marriage Encounter
Catholic Men’s Fellowship
LA Archdiocese Diaconate
Ascension Lutheran Church
Mount Olive Baptist Church

Emmanuel Community Church
Evangelical Lutheran Church
Episcopal Church of the Messiah
La Habra Presbyterian Women
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
Ministerio Josue
Presbytery of the Pacific
Unitarian Universalist Ministers
Kaiser Permanente South Bay
National Association of Mental Health
Providence Health Care

Little Company of Mary Home Care
California Association of Independent Schools
Holy Family High School
Marymount College
Sacred Heart Alumnae
San Miguel School
League of Women Voters
4th Step Inventory
Compassionate Service Society
Vipassana Meditation
LA Foursquare Church