Rolling Ridge Study Retreat

Rolling Ridge Study Retreat


Connected to a wide circle of those who share a deep longing for a more authentic, nature-connected and soul-infused life.

Rolling Ridge Study Retreat


Located on a 1400-acre nature preserve owned by the Rolling Ridge Foundation and protected by a conservation easement with the Appalachian Trail Conservancy.

Rolling Ridge Study Retreat


Exploring the connections of spirit, faith and the wild earth.


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Singing the Trees: Chant, Nature and Soul

In this place where language fails, music invites us into an ever-deeper relationship with all beings – and with our heart’s longing. Join us as we sing and chant, listen to the music around us, and walk in the companionship of trees.

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 Cartoon by Keith Jones Pomeroy "St. Patrick blessing our pile of freshly cut wood" // Our Rolling Ridge Study Retreat volunteer workday falls right on St. Patrick's Day this year! We are looking forward to another beautiful day spent working together and sharing a potluck meal. More information and rsvp at the link in profile ⬆️
 The annual Heroine's Journey retreat is now open for registration. Join us June 1-3, 2018! Link in profile // (Art by Douglas Van Houten)
 It's wood-chopping weather at #rollingridgestudyretreat ⛅ #suchislifeonthemountain
 Happy New Year! We are looking forward to 2018 with much anticipation...the Rolling Ridge calendar is full of events, workshops and retreats and we hope many of you will find a reason to visit in the year ahead. .. .. .. In February, come away to the winter woods for a weekend of quiet contemplation and centering through meditative arts: water color and painting, music and poetry, calligraphy, origami, dance and fiber arts. More information and registration at the link in the profile ⬆. #rollingridgestudyretreat

“You are in this time of the interimRolling Ridge Study Retreat
Where everything seems withheld.
The path you took to get here has washed out.
The way forward is still concealed from you.
The old is not old enough to have died away
The new is still too young to be born.”


-John O’Donohue