JHYM Retreat Registration
Registering for a Retreat
You can register your child by completing the online registration form below. Registrations begin as soon as the previous program ends. For example, you may register for the September retreat as of the afternoon of the last day of Sessions in August.
Due to Covid-19, our retreat programs have moved from being in person to virtual via Zoom, cell phones, U.S. Mail, and hearts. The next retreat is our special retreat for 6th and 7th Graders called The Bodyworks Retreat. It will be held virtually March 12-21, 2021. You can register here. A more detailed explanation of the format and content, written for parents and guardians, can be downloaded via the link below.
Health & Permission
Health & Permission forms can be downloaded and completed here. Please remember that we must have a completed Health Form on file for your child each program year. If your child attends Sessions, we can use their health & permission form as long as all information remains current.
Medications, Special Diets, or Other Needs
Please be sure to indicate on the registration form any special diets, support, or medications your child will need to take while on retreat with us. You can find more information on how we ensure your child is well cared for here.
Our fee structure is a version of the Pay-As-Led approach that New England Quakers adopted for Sessions several years ago—it’s about trust and abundance. Families can pay less or more depending on their budgets–from giving more to support others to zero dollars—no questions asked. $50 is great if budgets are tight; $95/child covers food and supply expenses for our weekends; $155 covers all related costs. Checks should be made payable to NEYM.
Registration begins at 6:00 p.m. on Fridays. Supper is served around 7:00, but it's available for those arriving later. Pickup on Sunday is appreciated by 12:30 p.m. Families are welcome to come earlier on Sunday and join us for Worship and lunch. (Photo by Kevin Lee ©2019)
Suggestions for attenders and parents of what to bring (and not bring) to a JHYM Retreat.
Details on content, goals, care surrounding this annual retreat for 6th and 7th graders.