Conference Center and Banquet Facility on 300+ Acres
"These retreats have been dearly loved by the women of our church, and most of the reason for that is the Christian welcome and hospitality at Antiochian Village…Over the years, we have used the Antiochian Village facilities for Bible study, fellowship, and wor ship in the gorgeous chapel there. The well-cared for grounds allowed for quiet reflection and times of meditation for our attendees, and the impeccable meeting and sleeping rooms added to the feel of rest and renewal our women were seeking. Additionally, the delicious and healthy meals allowed time for Christian fellowship in the beautiful and spacious dining room."
"Antiochian Village offered us the peace and quiet one expects at a retreat center with the added conveniences offered by a hotel. The grounds are beautiful, as is the view from the main dining room. The meeting rooms are equipped with everything we needed. The sleeping rooms are comfortable and clean, clean, clean. The staff – check-in, food service, and housekeeping – were all very friendly and courteous. The food was very good – there was something for everyone."
"For eleven years, I have been taking my large group of scrapbookers to Antiochian Village for a summer retreat to scrapbook, connect with friends, connect and refresh with nature and the Lord. It has been the single most desired event that I conduct every year, and I conduct quite a few…As a spiritual retreat center, it is holy and peaceful and a wonderful place to connect with God. As a conference center, the accommodations are wonderful, the food is amazing and the staff is always courteous and helpful. This is difficult to find these days."
"The Antiochian Village Conference Center provides an excellent venue for our event while also keeping the costs affordable for us. Attendees frequently tell us how much they value our conference, and Antiochian Village is a key part of making that possible."
“In my experience of researching conference centers for our Annual Meeting...as a non-profit ourselves, we can rarely afford such amount of space similar to the facilities at Antiochian."