Refresh, Renew, Inspire

Transforming Lives and Communities
Renewal Ministries Northwest engages people in spiritual practices leading to deeper relationships with Jesus that refresh their souls, renew their spiritual vitality, and inspire them to participate with Jesus in transforming the world.

Spiritual Direction

Renewal Ministries also offers a more personal approach, joining you in prayer for support and discernment.


Standard retreats such as Ignation Retreat (5 retreats over 5 months), Seasonal Prayer Retreats, Teaching Retreats, Open Prayer Retreats and Special Events

Churches & Organizations

Offerings include Guided Prayer Retreats, Spiritual Discernment, Healing and Spiritual Formation Classes.

"Renewal Ministries enables individuals to grow in their union with Christ. We find that in an age in which we feel ever more acutely the need to follow Christ's way, we need to seek times of prayerful silence and solitude."

David and Gwyn Kopp, Omak, WA ~Retreat Participants

"Renewal Ministries Northwest is a gift to the Church today as they facilitate times of grace-filled engagement with the Triune God through their ministry of healing prayer, spiritual direction, and retreats."

Rev. Dr. Neil Trainer, ~Pastor Calvin Presbyterian Church, Shoreline, WA

Compline Thursday Evening Prayer

Every Thursday at 8pm on Spotify or Facebook

Watch & Listen

Previous Compline Prayer episodes are available on Facebook

End your day in peace and in the presence of the Holy Spirit with prayer and reflective instrumental music. Turning the focus back to God, our one true source of strength. This time will calm and restore your soul. Leaving you refreshed and encouraged.

Retreats & Special Events

A Life of Prayer in Uncertain Times

Lessons from the Saints

A Teaching Retreat with Dr. Bruce Hindmarsh

Speaker: Dr. Bruce Hindmarsh

James M. Houston Professor of Spiritual Theology; Professor of the History of Christianity at Regent College, Vancouver British Columbia. BRE (Briercrest Bible College), MCS (Regent College), MA, DPhil (Oxford).

A teacher of the history of Christian Spirituality, Dr. Hindmarsh took his D.Phil. degree in theology at Oxford University in 1993. He has since published and spoken widely to international audiences on the history of early British evangelicalism.

He speaks often to lay audiences as well as preaching in his own church and elsewhere. A former staff worker for Youth for Christ and an active lay member of an Anglican Church, he is married to Carolyn, and they have three children: Bethany, Matthew and Sam.

Sessions during this retreat will include:

  • Gregory the Great: When my World feels like it’s collapsing, how do I follow God?
  • Teresa of Avila: “How do you find inner freedom when life has become oppressive?
  • John Newton: Amazing Grace in a Broken World
  • Viewing of the film “The Amazing Story of Amazing Grace”.  A film documenting the life of John Newton
  • Q&A afterwards

November 2, 2024
9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

$69 with lunch
$59 Bring your own lunch