Blessed Trinity Facilities
The Retreat Center
Main Chapel is a sacred space for visitors to Blessed Trinity Shrine Retreat. The sisters can often be found here during the day. It is a truly heart-changing space for most who visit. The chapel beckons all to come and rest for a while.
Large Dining Room with multiple tables that can be arranged to accommodate any groups needs. Our dining room always has the coffee on! Your entire group can eat their meals together or when it isn’t meal time, use this space as another meeting room.
Retreat Director’s Suite: This quiet suite has its own living room, bedroom and en suite bath. If you must get work done, a desk is in the living space. This space is great for a retreat leader or someone wanting a larger room while visiting Blessed Trinity.
Bedrooms: The retreat center has 40 individual bedrooms for overnight accommodations. These rooms are located on 2 separate wings just steps away from the Dining Room, Library and Main Chapel. Each bedroom has individually controlled AC/heating units and are set in a jack-and-jill suite style with a shared bath between 2 bedrooms.
Porches! Getting away from the hustle and bustle and relaxing in a rocking chair can be the best way to decompress. BTSR has several furnished porches to help visitors find their ‘peace in the pines.’
The Hermitage (Emmaus)
The Hermitage (Emmaus) is a personal sanctuary nestled in the woods of Blessed Trinity. The Hermitage has its own kitchen for those who prefer to prepare their own simple meals in privacy. Visitors who do not want to cook are always welcome to share the Noon time meal at the Retreat Center for an additional fee.
Nazareth is the second of our private retreat spaces. It has its own kitchenette, bedroom and bath and is located between the Faith wing of the Retreat house and the Chapel.
Fr. Judge Chapel Area
Fr. Judge’s Chapel: The original Chapel of Fr. Thomas A. Judge, CM, founder of the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity, is preserved here on the grounds of Blessed Trinity. It was in 1917 that this simple cabin became the white-washed chapel in which Fr. Judge celebrated the first Mass for the early volunteers and sisters. The original stations of the cross, tabernacle and statues are still within it's rustic walls. Guests are welcome to spend private time in prayer, listen to a presentation or celebrate Mass in Fr. Judge's original Chapel.
Blessed Trinity is nestled in 1200 acres of woodlands, offering a refuge for prayer and reflection. Guests can enjoy 12 miles of walking trails, a scenic pond, gazebos, a historic marble Grotto, Stations of the Cross, views of the Chattahoochee River and more!
Please note, for those with food allergies, that Blessed Trinity is NOT a nut free facility.