Incarnation Conference Center
A Connecticut retreat
and conference center, Incarnation Center is an ideal setting for
Christian retreats, a confirmation class retreat,
spiritual retreats, and 12 step programs. We also host
many non-Christian related groups such as barber shop
singers, quilting retreats, and scrapbooking retreats.
Established in 1886 as a summer camp, the rustic and
Adirondack style center has hosted conferences
and groups since the 1960s.
Noted as one of this
countryís best known retreat and conference centers,
Incarnation Center hosts a wide variety of groups
Episcopal, Lutheran, Korean, Methodist, and
Shamanistic healing retreats
Incarnation is also
a perfect venue for special events including
weddings and graduation parties.
The culinary staff at
Incarnation Center prepares delightful meals in the
two spacious dining rooms on site. Our experienced and charming
hosts will cater to your needs by providing personalized
hospitality. The tranquility of the secluded natural
setting, the simple accommodations, rustic decor, and
vast amenities prove perfectly suited for enhancing the
community atmosphere. In addition, building stronger relationships
through group reflection, engagement, and growth are
among the many reasons why groups return year after year.
Incarnation Center is a pleasant, beautiful backdrop for
your conference needs.
-Yale Students Bring
Management Plan to Incarnation Property
If you happened to visit us
this past summer you may have noticed the beautiful
landscaping made possible through the hard work of
Incarnation staff members and volunteer, Claire OíKell.
The landscaping projects began in 2004 with alumni Will
Randall giving the start to our now flourishing orchard.
The following year, Willís good work was augmented by
Alex Marks, who began a more extensive landscaping
effort, and generously gave funds to support planting.
Today, their efforts donít go unnoticed as the life they
planted thrives throughout our camp and continues to
inspire the efforts to beautify our land. The
orchard is a special addition, where fruit trees have
been planted in memory and in honor of several friends
of the Center. Plum, Pear, Cherry and Apple trees now
stretch across the field adjacent to Katsanis Hall.
Dedications of trees are still avail-able (for a gift of
$80), and make a beautiful holiday gift for someone
special. We look forward to sharing the new orchard with
conference guests, campers and the local community for
years to come. For information on how you can help to
underwrite the costs associated with this project,
please call Michelle Doheny at 860-767-0848 ext. 104.