- Bon Secours Retreat & Conference Center
- 1525 Marriottsville Road, Marriottsville, MD 21104, USA
- Aug 22 - 25, 2019 (4 days)
About This Event
Manifest Your Dreams
It's one thing to know that GREATNESS is in you. It's another thing to BE GREAT. It's time to #ELEVATE
The space in between desire and manifestation is action. Healing starts with a decision. What are you doing to access your power to manifest your dreams?
Elevation Weekend is foundational in women's practice of self-care, and personal and professional development. You learn how to be yourself and that being yourself is enough to move forward in life.
The Womb Sauna invites you to....
SEE yourself as worthy of every good thing
RELEASE all information in your mind, body, & spirit that is self-sabotaging
LEARN practical & powerful tools to create the life of your dreams
CONNECT with our powerful LEADING LADIES in their workshops
REST yourself into the next level and shift the "sun up to sun down" work ethic
EXPERIENCE the power of God's omnipresence in our interfaith healing service
Venue HighlightsLocated just off Route 70 at the border of Howard and Carroll Counties in south central Maryland, the Retreat and Conference Center at Bon Secours is easily accessible to the Baltimore/Washington Region. The Center sits at the highest point of 313 acres of pastures and woodlands adjacent to Patapsco State Park and commands spectacular views of some of Maryland’s most beautiful countryside. Our facilities are fully air-conditioned with spacious and comfortable meeting rooms of various sizes as well as 70 individual overnight rooms with private bathrooms.
AccommodationsThe Bon Secours Retreat and Conference Center offers pleasant guest suites for your overnight conference, meeting or retreat.
Each of the Center’s 70 guest rooms features:
We now offer Queen-size beds in each room
Full, private bath
Desk and chairs
Cable Internet and Wi-Fi access
Glorious views of our 300-acre property
Windows that can be opened to enjoy a cool breeze and the sounds of nature
Individually controlled heat and air-conditioning
Card key access
Emergency Visual Alert system (for guests who are deaf or hearing-impaired)
Six handicapped-equipped bedrooms are also available.
Menu/CuisineBreakfast, lunch and dinner selections, prepared fresh each day in our own kitchen
Specialty dishes created to your specification
A variety of tasty snacks available throughout the day in our hospitality rooms
Private meals served in the conference center dining room or your corporate retreat meeting space
Beltway (695) to 70-West (Exit 16). Go about 8 miles, take Exit 83 (Marriottsville Road), turn right onto Marriottsville Road, proceed North 1½ miles to our drive on right (sign reads Sisters of Bon Secours).
Take Rt. 29 North to Rt. 70 West to exit #83 and turn right on Marriottsville Road. Bon Secours Retreat and Conference Center is approximately 2 miles on the right.
From Washington, DC via Rt. 295 (Baltimore Washington Parkway) or Interstate #95.
Exit at Rt. 100 (towards Ellicott City). Take 100 to Rt. 29 North to Rt. 70 West to exit #83 and turn right on Marriottsville Road. Bon Secours is approximately 2 miles on the right.
Rt. 97 towards Sykesville to intersect with Rt. 26 (Liberty Road). At top of ramp onto Rt. 26, make a right onto Rt. 26 (Liberty Road). Follow Rt. 26 to the intersection with Rt. 32 and make a right. Follow Rt. 32 to the intersection with Rt. 99 and make a left onto Rt. 99. Follow Rt. 99 to the intersection with Marriottsville Road (about five miles) and make a left onto Marriottsville Road. Proceed 1½ miles to the Center’s drive on right (sign reads Sisters of Bon Secours).
From the West 70-East to Route 40 (Exit 82)
Take Route 40 for about 2 mile to first signal (Marriottsville Road), turn left and proceed North about 2 miles to our Center on right (sign reads Sisters of Bon Secours).
-Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) is the closest airport
Amtrak Station at BWI
Van service to/from BWI is approximately $30. Advance reservations (24 hours) are necessary and can be made by calling “The Airport Shuttle”.