Everyone longs for authentic freedom. Confronted with the chaos in our world, in our relationships, and within our hearts, Echo Community offers a real encounter with the truth...the truth that sets us free. (John 8:32)
Offering the timeless truth of the Gospel through the lens of St. John Paul II's vision of the human person, Echo Community invites you to discover, embrace, and live the freedom you were created for. Be not afraid!
Our retreats offer a deep and life changing encounter with the truth of our identity created in God's image and likeness. With Christ at the center, participants journey together into the heart, revealing both beautiful and rugged terrain. Dynamic talks, outdoor activities, life giving discussions, Mass, Adoration, artistic expression, and an atmosphere of community and celebration all come together to create an experience like no other. Regardless of where you are in the journey of life, our retreats offer an opportunity for rediscovery, freedom, and empowerment.
A MOVEMENT IN THE MAKING
More than just retreat ministry, the Echo Community is answering the call of Christ through St. John Paul II to "create mini-civilizations of love" locally, nationally, and internationally. Comprised of men and women in all states in life seeking the heart of Jesus Christ together, striving for authentic love, and living in freedom, this community is becoming a movement. It all begins with an encounter, and continues through ongoing formation, support, and evangelization. Stay connected to us to get involved.
HAS ECHO COMMUNITY MADE AN IMPACT IN YOUR LIFE?
If God has moved in your life (or the life of someone you love) through Echo Community, would you consider becoming a monthly donor? No gift is too small to help us continue our mission! Join our monthly donor program - FIDELITAS SOCIETY - and become a faithful supporter that plays a vital role in keeping our lights on and doors open!
"After original sin, the discovery of the spousal meaning of the body was to cease being for them a simple reality of revelation and of grace. Yet, this meaning was to remain ...inscribed in the depth of the human heart as a distant echo...of original innocence." (St. John Paul II, TOB 19:2)