Women's Weekend

June 1-3 | Camp Spofford, New Hampshire

ROOTED: Women’s Weekend 2018 | “Everything Beautiful”

June 1-3, 2018

Women from all walks of life and generations are invited to gather with us as we seek to find the beauty in seeing God’s glory in times of testing and challenges.


PLACE | Camp Spofford, located in beautiful southwestern New Hampshire.


SCHEDULE | “Everything Beautiful” will begin with the first session at 7:00 pm on Friday, June 1, and wrap up our last session at noon on Sunday, June 3.


Got Questions? Contact Us: womensweekend@blackrock.org

Registration Cost & Info

A very limited number of on-site spots are available. Please email womensweekend@blackrock.org to request the registration link for those remaining spots (first come, first served).


You still have the option of booking a hotel and taking advantage of our off-site registration which includes meals and retreat costs.


Off-site (you are responsible for your own housing):

$95 *see off-site information below


On-site (includes housing at Camp Spofford):

Sanctuary (Young Adults): $110


Attendees must be age 18 or older        

Rooms are available on a first come first serve basis.


*Off-site only information | If you would like to stay off site, we have secured a small block of rooms at:


Comfort Inn & Suites

1186 Putney Road,

Brattleboro, VT, US, 05301

Reserve a hotel room

Group Name: Black Rock Woman's Weekend

Group Code: JL4XB6


Reserve your room online, or by calling to hotel. This special rate expires on May 24.


Attendees must be age 18 or older 

About Our Speaker | Mary Mace

Mary wears many hats as she is a wife, mom, mother-in-law, and Grammie. Through studying and teaching scripture, she is passionate about sharing the gospel. Mary understands the struggle of patiently waiting to see how God will intercede in the life of our loved ones, and has her heart set on encouraging others that God’s timing is beautiful. She has experienced God’s faithful hand through times of hopelessness, need, brokenness, and sickness. Through it all, Mary still says “It is well”, believing our mighty God is in control through Romans 10:11 “Whoever believes in HIM WILL NOT BE disappointed”.