Fall Retreat!

Fall Retreat is a place where you can connect with God and others, where you can take a next step in your spiritual journey no matter where you're at right now.  It's a great weekend away from the city.  Come enjoy the outdoors of Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire with a bunch of us from MIT, as well as college students from all over Boston.  It will be a time to focus on God and make some great friendships.   We'll hear from a great speaker, Rasool Berry, during the weekend, and we'll enjoy a great band leading us in worshiping God.  

You will also have time to relax and enjoy getting to know one another.  Fun stuff like kayaking, sailing, hiking, sports, and the CAMPUS OLYMPICS will be awaiting you.  And there is always an MIT PSET party as well, for anyone who needs to study.  

WHEN: September 28th – 30th, 2018.

WHERE: Camp Brookwoods, Alton, NH (Transportation provided)


If you are a Freshmen, or new to Cru this year, the cost is $75, Enter Promo Code MIT2022

Upperclassmen - Register by September 21 - $149

After September 21, the price increases by $30. (In special situations, like with Freshmen, this late registration cost may be able to be removed - just ask)

Price includes lodging, meals and transportation.

If you have questions or trouble registering email cswanson [@] mit.edu.

We don't want money to be a barrier for anyone.  Apply for a scholarship here






There will be a bus leaving from Kresge at 5:15 pm on Friday.  We will return around 4:30pm on Sunday.  If you have class until 5pm on Friday, you will still be able to make the bus, but you will need to come directly to the bus after class.  Have someone else bring your luggage.  Or you can store your luggage in the Religious Life office in W11 (it's across from Maseeh).  


  • You will be housed in a cabin with other MIT students. You will have a mattress to sleep on, but you will need to bring bedding

  • The cabins are heated with hot showers

  • 5 meals served on Saturday and Sunday - options will be available for all dietary needs.


  • Sleeping bag or sheets and a blanket.

  • Pillow

  • Toiletries

  • Bible

  • Pen and journal if you want to take notes

  • Flashlight or phone for walking around the camp at night

  • Clothing (it can get cool at night, so plan accordingly)

  • Light jacket or sweatshirt

  • Clothing for sporting/outdoor activities

  • Swimsuit if you want to go in the lake

  • Something Red to wear - for campus olympics