Fall Retreat

The Grace Church Fall Retreat is built around a series of talks, meals, and fellowship opportunities. It is a great time to get away (but not too far away!), relax, learn, and be rejuvenated. Nursery care and children's programming is available.

Note: Scroll to the bottom of the page for an archive of past Fall Retreat recordings.

2024 Fall Retreat

Made in God's Image: A Beginner's Guide to Biblical Personhood

Sept 20 - Sept 21

What is a man? What is a woman? What is…a person? We are created in the image of God, but what does that mean? Today’s world is answering these questions in all kinds of ways, often without reference to God’s specific revelation: the Bible and the person and work of Jesus Christ. There’s good news for those of us seeking answers to these questions: God has spoken! At the 2024 Grace Anglican Fall Retreat, join Jady and Liza Koch to explore what the creator of all things says about what it means to be—and live as—part of his creation.


Silver Heights Camp
501 Camp Ave.
New Albany IN, 47150


Note: this is NOT an overnight retreat. We'll all sleep in our own beds on Friday night.

Friday, September 21
6:00pm - Potluck dinner with "main meat" provided.
6:30pm - Childcare opens
7:00pm - Session #1
9:00pm - Optional fellowship trip to Sergio's World Beers

Saturday, September 22
8:15am - Childcare opens
8:30am - Gather and welcome
9:00am - Session #2
10:00am - Small group discussions/Break
11:00am - Session #3
12:00pm - Catered Boxed Lunch
1:00pm - Session #4

2:00pm - Retreat ends

Saturday afternoon: Optional fellowship trip to Huber's Farm

  • Optional Meet-up: 3:30pm at the playground (with the tube slide)


Adults: $50 for one person or $90 per couple.
Children: $15 each.

For financial assistance, or for a discounted rate for partial attendance, please contact Pastor Nick.

2024 Fall Retreat speaker: Jady Koch
Jady Koch

The Rev. Dr. John D. Koch is a graduate of Washington & Lee University (2000) and Trinity School for Ministry (2007). Rev. Jady earned his Doctorate in Systematic Theology at the University of Humboldt in Berlin, Germany in 2014. In addition to various articles and lectures, he's the author of The Distinction Between Law and Gospel as the Basis and Boundary of Theological Reflection, which was published in 2016 (Mohr/Siebeck), and which explores the interrelationship between the doctrine of justification by faith alone and the preaching and teaching ministry of the church. Jady is Rector of St. Luke's Anglican Church on Hilton Head Island. He and his wife, Liza, have six children (Tucker, John, Carrington, Garland, Davis, and Bradford) and about a thousand house plants.

Past Fall Retreats