The Trinity Retreat Center, located in West Cornwall, Connecticut, is a refuge of healing, peace, joy, and spiritual formation for all generations.
The retreat center offers a place of gracious, authentic hospitality—where you can slow down, connect deeply with nature, experience the rhythm of a community, enjoy farm-to-table meals, discern direction for your life, and go home ready to make an even greater impact on the world.
After a year of renovations, the retreat center reopened in the fall of 2017. Located on the Housatonic River, adjoining more than seven hundred acres of conservation trust and state forest, the property includes 26 guest rooms, a historic stone chapel, a monastic garden, an orchard and working farm, a small donkey sanctuary, hiking trails, a community hall, meeting rooms, and quiet spaces for rest and reflection.
Trinity Retreat Center is an Episcopal mission of Trinity Church Wall Street and is open to everyone, regardless of denomination or faith.
We host group retreats for a wide range of religious and educational non-profits.
Trinity Church Wall Street offers themed retreats for individuals and families (those not coming as part of an outside group) throughout the year.
Trinity Church Wall Street offers rest and renewal retreats, in which participants are invited to relax during weekends dedicated to refreshment and renewal of body and soul through rest, prayer, and play.
Trinity Church Wall Street offers holiday retreats for personal, family, and community time focused on the heart of the season. Participants read, reflect, play, pray, meet new friends, and renew ties with old ones.
Comfort and Challenge
We like to say the retreat center is “a cross between a monastery and summer camp.” You’ll feel both comfortable and challenged during your stay. You’ll have time to meet new people by the fireplace in our main room, pick a book to read in the library, or unwind in the comfort of your private guest room. We want you to have fun at your own pace while you’re here.
You’ll also be given the opportunity to connect to nature and community by participating in the common life chores of the retreat center, participating in activities such as farming, chopping wood, or feeding the donkeys.