Cherie is an avid God-chaser, wife, mother, and worship pastor. She and her husband, Chris, have 3 kids: Abigail (11), Micah (9), and Samuel (7). The Reiter family moved to Colorado in August of 2016, answering the call to pastor The Connection Church of the Nazarene in Castle Rock. Cherie has a passion for prayer, worship, community, redemption, restoration in marriages, and total physical and spiritual health. Cherie is a singer/song-writer and has written and recorded over 30 songs, including “Take Me to the Nations,” the global Nazarene Missions theme song of the 2009 General Assembly. She has a BA in Music from Northwest Nazarene University, and is currently working toward her ordination as an elder in the Church of the Nazarene. Cherie acknowledges and participates in God’s call to break chains, release captives, and bring Kingdom-restoration to her city and the world.
Katie Henbest has been leading worship for 15 years. She has always had a passion to connect with people and God through songs. She has been an elementary music teacher for 13 years. She also has a passion for songwriting. She has a 5-year-old boy and a 4-year-old girl. She has been happily married to her husband, Derek, for 10 years.
There is a block of rooms available at the Ashley Inn under “TP Ladies’ Retreat.” If you’d like to stay at Ashley Inn instead of Trinity Pines Camp, you are responsible for making your own reservation (208-382-5621). You must make your reservation by Monday, August 27 with Ashley Inn, and also contact Cindy (208-888-0988 or email@example.com) to make adjustments to your retreat registration cost.
$268.28 total for the two-night stay (double occupancy)
Additional guests over age 12 will be additional $12/person per night
Make your reservation by Monday, August 27 with Ashley Inn
SPECIAL OFFER For every five women from your church who register for Women's Retreat, you will receive one FREE registration for another woman from your church or an outside guest. Please contact Cindy at 208-888-0988 to register your "free" guest!
SILENT AUCTION All attendees are encouraged to bring an item to offer in a silent auction, along with money to bid. Think arts and crafts or something another lady might think useful or fun. Funds generated from the silent auction will be used to defray next year's retreat costs.