Jr. High Young Ladies Retreat: “Lift Up”
March 29 @ 7:00 pm - March 31 @ 2:00 pm
Theme: Lift Up
When: March 29-31, 2019
Where: The retreat will take place at
Camp Kinard, Batesburg-Leesville, SC.
Who should attend? The retreat is open for young ladies in the 6th-8th grades.
The cost for the retreat: The cost for the retreat is $90 dollars per person. (Please don’t let financial reasons keep you from attending this retreat. If you cannot afford to go on this retreat, please contact your youth leader. If they cannot help, please contact the Diocesan Youth Office.)
Registration: Mail in your registration to the Diocese of Charleston – Office of Youth Ministry by March 15, 2019. Please make checks payable to the Diocese of Charleston.
Arrival / Departure Time: Registration begins on Friday at 7:00 pm; Your family is invited to the closing mass on Sunday at 2:00 pm, with pick up at 3:00 pm on Sunday.
Lorena Robles is a musician, speaker, and YouTuber who has been involved in Catholic youth and music ministry for 8 years. More recently she has been involved in using her bilingual abilities to help bring together the growing and emerging diversity of Catholics in South Carolina. Lorena is a compassionate, bubbly, and tenacious young woman who enjoys sharing laughs over a plate of tacos almost as much as sharing the gospel or hearing about the ways God impacts lives. She currently resides in Pawleys Island with her family working as a pediatric Occupational Therapist.
Based in Charleston, South Carolina, Claire Long has been involved in Catholic youth and music ministry ever since she directed the music program at her local parish at the age of fourteen. Since then, she has continued to share and grow in faith through her work as an itinerant speaker and worship leader nationwide, particularly with youth and young adults. Through this work, combined with her professional experience in arts management and higher education, Claire brings a spirit of creativity, empathy, and community to her expression of faith. Claire likes warm places, not wearing shoes, and Oxford commas, but what she loves most is helping people recognize their immense value and unique identity in Christ.