Supporting Penuel Ridge

Penuel Ridge was created and is sustained by the generous resources of people like you. Your time, talent, and financial support is critical to supporting our mission of keeping the retreat fees modest to ensure all can experience our healing space.

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Volunteering: Penuel Ridge is powered by volunteers! We need people to help as greeters, landscapers, maintenance, and communicators. We are recognized as a project site for Alternate Spring Break, community service for Middle Tennessee counties, and Service projects for groups and individuals. Please contact us for our current needs.

Americorps Volunteers

Americorps Volunteers

Americorps housed these volunteers during the 2010 Nashville floods

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break

Students from Drexel cleared invasive bamboo and delivered to the Nashville Zoo as part of their Alternative Spring Break.

Landscaping Volunteers

Landscaping Volunteers

Local groups often hold work days at our center

Landscaping

Landscaping

Local groups often hold work days at our center

Labyrinth construction

Labyrinth construction

Volunteers from a local college built our 11 circuit labyrinth

Donate: Penuel Ridge is supported by gifts from individuals, faith communities, grants, and modest retreat fees. Please contact us for our current needs or donate directly online.

Attend an Upcoming Retreat: Penuel Ridge sponsors several themed retreats each year, which focus on contemporary topics of the day. Open to the public, each retreat is usually limited to 20 participants.

Due to the private nature of retreats, access to Penuel Ridge is by appointment only.

Our center is secured by a gate.

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Alternative Spring Break

Students from Drexel cleared invasive bamboo and delivered to the Nashville Zoo as part of their Alternative Spring Break.