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Weber Retreat and Conference Center buildings are currently closed to the public due to COVID-19, but we continue to provide workshops, retreats, and other programs online. Click on “Programs” above to learn more about our virtual offerings.

Weber Retreat & Conference Center is a vibrant, spiritual setting
where people of all faiths seek, engage, and grow in greater awareness.

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Renew your mind, spirit and body here. Come for an hour or a week for inspiring workshops, meditation, individualized retreats, or encounters with art and nature.

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Quick Recharge

Drop in to explore our indoor and outdoor contemplative spaces, which offer visitors inspiration for personal growth, quiet creativity, and spiritual renewal.

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Host an Event

Our modern conference and overnight facilities – available for rent to nonprofit organizations – feature large rooms with multimedia presentation capabilities and smaller rooms for groups and breakout sessions.

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Weber Shop

Explore our unique selection of original artwork, fair trade items, books and Bibles, gifts, cards, and more.

Our Roots

A ministry of the Adrian Dominican Sisters since 1970, Weber Retreat & Conference Center is rooted in the Dominican foundations of study, prayer, community, and ministry.

Weber Center is a place for people of all faiths to experience world-class programming; enjoy quiet spaces for individual prayer, meditation, and contemplation; and for nonprofits to host their programs in a state-of-the-art affordable facility.

Weber Center is situated on 100 acres of wooded land on the campus of the Adrian Dominican Sisters’ Motherhouse in southeast Michigan.

Upcoming Virtual Programs

Supportive Companions for Our Advent Journey
Janet Schaeffler, OP
December 6-10, 2020

Winter Solstice Prayer Ritual
Esther Kennedy, OP
December 20, 2020 @ 3:30 p.m. ET

Limited scholarships available; call 517-266-4015 to inquire.

News & Notes

Our guests say …

The presenter was an excellent choice – creative, highly intuitive, and attentive to the diverse aspects of the group.

– Advent Retreat Participant

Such a warm, comfortable, peaceful, and beautiful place!

– Retreat Participant

Loved the homey environment. Plenty of coffee and hot water at all times. Very friendly staff!

– Recent guest

blue-green leavesGreat presentations … always [done] with such love. Thank you.
– Angela

green and yellow leavesThe setting is wonderful, quiet, comfortable, nurturing, a ‘nesting place,’ a resting place.
– Margaret

blue and gold featherThese Saturdays with Esther and my fellow meditators is truly a lifeline for me, a moment to step out of ‘clock time’ and into ‘sacred time.’
– Kathleen

branch of purple and tan leavesGreat place! Relaxing, good food, great weekend.
– A

branch with deep red leavesThank you for an amazing weekend. Couldn’t have been better!
– Anonymous


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