The Trinity Institute seeks to disciple, mentor and encourage a community of creative individuals, seekers and those asking the big questions of life. We do this by opening our doors to those seeking individual study and personal retreats while also providing programs for larger groups in the arts, philosophy and the Christian faith.
Study and Hospitality
Louisiana Hall, originally built as a girl's dorm in 1904, still provides housing for groups, such as family reunions, university student groups, etc. It will sleep 74 guests on two floors in bunk beds. There are common bathrooms/toilets/sinks/showers on the second and third floors. On the first floor is a user friendly commercial kitchen with an adjoining dining room that will seat around 80. French doors open to a deck behind the building that will seat another 80 people. There are also three bathrooms on the first floor and a "dorm mother's private bedroom with bath" as well as an old fashioned parlor. Costs are $15 per person per night (6 years and up) and a $125 one time kitchen fee. Contact us if you only want to rent it for basically day use. Most groups do their own cooking; we do not provide that service, but can provide you with names of local caterers if you need that. Prices are subject to change so confirm the prices when you contact us to make reservations (a deposit is required to make a reservation).
The Barracks has a wide range of accommodations:
-Off of a sitting/TV room are rooms with 2 bunk beds and another room with a double bed and 2 bunk beds.
-A suite with a double bed, kitchen and private bath also opens to the sitting room.
-Down a hall off the sitting room is a room with bunk beds as well as an additional suite with a full size bed and attached sitting room with a small refrigerator, toaster and microwave.
-A home-like bathroom with tub/shower opens onto the hall, as well as a common bathroom with 3 showers, lavatories, and toilets.
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