I want to attend a Women’s Walk With Christ Weekend, but cannot afford to pay the full registration cost. Are there scholarships available?
It is our wish that every woman have the opportunity to attend a Women’s Walk With Christ Weekend. When you register, we ask every woman to pay the full amount for the Weekend experience. If you have it, please pay. Pray about it…what can you afford? You will only be asked to pay what you can afford. You may split the cost by paying a portion when you register and paying the remaining balance on your Weekend. We do not want cost to keep anyone from being able to attend.
What does my registration fee include for the Weekend?
Your Weekend registration fee covers the cost of your Weekend experience. It also includes your room at the retreat center for Friday night until you leave on Sunday and all of your meals on Saturday and brunch on Sunday (you are asked to eat dinner before you arrive on Friday).
I am registered for a Weekend, but now, due to an emergency, I cannot attend. What do I do?
Our Weekends typically fill up and we often have women on a Waiting List. If you find you are unable to attend this Weekend, please email our Weekend Registrar as soon as possible, so we can open your spot to another woman.
Please also see FAQ regarding refunds/cancellations.
What is your refund/cancellation policy? Can I transfer to another Weekend?
We, at Women’s Walk With Christ, understand that plans can change and life happens. We will try very hard to work with and accommodate you when plans change. We do ask that we are notified as soon as possible if your plans change and you are unable to attend the Weekend, as we, too, have deadlines to meet to pay for our Weekend facilities.
WWWC Cancellation/Refund Policy: Cancellations prior to 30 days of the Weekend will receive a full refund. Cancellations within 30 days and prior to 10 days of the Weekend can use their payment towards a future Weekend or receive a refund with a $50 administration fee deducted. Any cancellations within 10 days of the Weekend or no shows on the Weekend will forfeit their full registration fee. In most cases, registration fees can be applied to a future Weekend (see note below about transfers). Thank you for your understanding.
TRANSFERS: We cannot manually “transfer” your original registration to a different Weekend for you. If you wish to attend a Weekend different then the one you originally signed up for you must register on our website for the new Weekend you want to attend. If you already paid “in full” then you still must pay a minimum of $1.00 to complete your new registration. Once the forms are filled out and the payment is “completed” you will receive an email confirming your registration for the new Weekend. At that time, your registration balance will be manually updated to reflect the total amount you paid (for the original Weekend and the new one).
The Weekend I wanted to attend is already full. Do you have a Waiting List?
Yes, if a Weekend you wish to attend is full, you will be offered the opportunity to be put on our Waiting List. You must complete the registration forms and payment to be on the Waiting List. As soon as a spot opens up, you will be offered the opportunity to attend. If a spot doesn’t open up, then you may choose a refund or your payment may be applied to a future Weekend.
Can I arrive early/late? Leave early/late?
No. The Weekend begins promptly at 5:00pm on Friday and ends mid-afternoon on Sunday (usually around 2:00 – 3:00pm, depending on the location). Women are asked to arrive for the Weekend on time! Women who arrive before 5:00pm will be asked to come back at 5:00pm. Please eat dinner prior to your 5:00 pm arrival as no meal will be served on Friday night. The activities of the Weekend continue through the scheduled ending time (see our sample Weekend Schedule).
I am flying in from out of town. Do you provide transportation to and from the airport?
While we do not provide any airport transportation, we can sometimes help participants to connect with one another to share transportation. You may email [email protected] with an inquiry (be sure to note which Weekend you are attending).
For more information on traveling to one of our Weekends (including local airports and directions), check out our Travel Information PDF.
Why don’t you have Weekends in my state/area? Is there ever a chance a Weekend will come to my area?
There are many financial and logistical factors that go into deciding our Women’s Walk With Christ Weekend locations. Please know our board of directors prayerfully considers where and when to expand the reach of our ministry. Women’s Walk With Christ is also called to serve women beyond just a single Weekend experience. Once a woman attends a Weekend, we offer support for local, on-going small groups, which is why we encourage women from particular regions to attend a Weekend together to help establish groups in their local communities.
Our Weekends happen in various parts of the country and abroad. We hope you may find one in your region to attend believing God will make a way, even if it requires some travel. And please, join us in praying for discernment about where and when God wants our ministry to go in the future.
My friend went on the Weekend and won’t tell me anything about it. How come?
In order to fully experience the process of the Weekend, we hope that women can arrive without judgments or preconceived ideas about what to expect. Each woman’s experience can then unfold uniquely for her in relationship with the Holy Spirit and the other women.
My husband went on a Marked Men for Christ weekend. Is this Weekend the same as that?
Marked Men for Christ and Women’s Walk With Christ are brother/sister organizations. However, Women’s Walk With Christ offers a unique experience designed under the guidance of the Holy Spirit with the specific needs of women in mind.
Are you affiliated with any particular denomination?
Women’s Walk With Christ is not associated with any particular Christian denomination. Women attend and staff the Weekend from a variety of Christian faith communities.
Can I attend the Weekend if I am not a Christian?
The Women’s Walk With Christ Weekend experience is entirely dependent on the belief in Jesus and in the healing work of the Holy Spirit. While we honor all women and their need for healing, this Weekend experience is for women who are able to affirm a belief consistent with Women’s Walk With Christ’s “Faith Statement,” as found on the WHO WE ARE page of the website.
Is there an age limit for attending? Can I bring my baby?
You must be 18 years or older to attend a Women’s Walk With Christ Weekend.
Though we welcome new mothers to attend our Weekend, we cannot accomodate children of any age. Due to the nature of our Weekends, it is important that women come unencumbered so you may be free to participate fully in the Weekend experience.
There is no childcare available.
I know someone attending the Weekend. Can I room with them?
Our Weekends offer a very unique opportunity for you to focus on yourself and your relationship with God. We intentionally create a safe and confidential space for women to speak/share with freedom and truth. With this in mind, we prayerfully consider who women are grouped with on the Weekend. We cannot guarentee you will always be with someone you know. Though this may be challenging for some, you may find it to be a beautiful gift. We ask that you trust the process and believe that God will put you exactly where you need to be.
My log-in for the Daily Walk Resources isn't working.
The Daily Walk Resources area of our site is specifically for women who have already attended a Women’s Walk With Christ Weekend. If you have attended a Weekend, but your contact info log-in is not working, please contact [email protected] for assistance.
How are you handling Weekends and the coronavirus?
As of March 14, 2020 we have decided to CANCEL our April 2020 Weekend in Estes Park, CO. We have also decided to reschedule our May 2020 Weekend in Malvern, PA to October 23-25, 2020. We will continue to monitor the situation and make appropriate decisions based on CDC, federal, and local government recommendations.