the SPIRITUAL LIFE CENTER, a short drive to Rest, Renew, Reflect and Refresh!


The 
Spiritual Life Center serves as a retreat facility for those seeking to respond to the Word of God. The focal points of the Spiritual Life Center are our two chapels, The Chapel of Mary, the First Disciple and The Blessed Sacrament Chapel. Accommodations include: six conference rooms capable of hosting large and small groups; individual bedrooms with private baths to host as many as 114 overnight guests; a dining room facility with delicious meals prepared by our kitchen staff; and beautiful grounds for reflection walks and prayer, rest and renewal.



The Spiritual Life Center, as a retreat and conference center, welcomes many religious groups of other faith traditions as well as community non-profit organizations. The solitude and quiet that this place provides gives people opportunity for reflection. Jesus invited his disciples to come away and rest awhile.

The Lord walks with us in this pilgrim journey of faith. We invite you to walk with the Lord on this holy ground. Won’t you join us? We invite you to browse through our website, to read about our upcoming retreats, programs, workshops and classes. 

We invite you to rest, to renew your heart, to restore your hope, to respond to the Word of God. You come as guest. May you leave as servant.

MISSION AND PURPOSE

The Spiritual Life Center is a retreat center and a place of pastoral formation. It exists to serve the People of God of the Catholic Diocese of Wichita.

Guided by the vision of the Bishop, the Center has been given the mission to develop programs for Adult Education, Spiritual Formation, and Lay Leadership.  It is also home for various diocesan programs.

The Center also offers the hospitality of its facility to other religious and non-profit organizations in the spirit of ecumenism and good stewardship.

Those who staff the Center work as a team, respecting the gifts of one another, collaborating with one another, and honoring all who come their way as they would Christ Himself.