Glisson offers a wide range of meeting spaces for your retreat group.
We can accommodate a variety of group sizes as well as audio-visual needs.
Bob Cagle Program Center
Modeled after a stamp mill, the Cagle Center offers one large partitionable meeting room with multimedia capabilities. There are also two smaller meeting rooms (on the 2nd floor), a catering kitchen, elevator access to all three floors, and a patio overlooking Cane Creek Falls.
Creekview Meeting Room
Creekview is conveniently located on the lower level of our new Dining Hall, adjacent to the coffee lounge, camp store, and prayer chapel.
The space has wi-fi and a built-in overhead projector and sound system. The meeting room opens up to a hallway with a view of Cane Creek and easy access to a covered rocking chair porch.
Jimmy & Julie Moor Program Center
Glisson alumni will remember our former dining hall, which has now been converted into meeting space. The main meeting area can accommodate up to 200 people, with seating for 160. The space is equipped with an overhead LCD projector, large screen and a four-channel sound system. There is also a small meeting area in the back for a group of 30. A gathering area on the stone front porch features a large fireplace.
This space is in the lower level of the Program Center (former dining hall). It has a sound-resistant ceiling, new windows and carpet, and flat-screen TVs for multimedia use.
Ivie Meeting Room
Groups staying in Ivie Lodge also get the Ivie Meeting Room (with fireplace and porch), which easily holds the lodging capacity of Ivie, as well as two small break-out rooms. The adjacent Ivie field is large enough for most group games.
Sparrowwood Meeting Room
Sparrowwood Lodge comes with its own private meeting room, able to accommodate its lodging capacity. The meeting room has large windows that look out onto Cane Creek. A rocking chair porch serves as a great free-time space.
This space is best suited for smaller groups. It’s centrally located in camp near the Village Cabins, Dining Hall, Ball Field, and Chapel.
Originally built as an open-air structure in 1950, the Chapel is now heated for year-round use. It has seating for around 250 people. The path of silence and surrounding benches offer a place for groups to prepare for worship or break into small groups afterward.
Holland Activities Building
This is a large, heated gym that’s great for group games in colder months. It has a stage that can be used by worship bands. There is a basketball goal and half-court outside. The building is a short walk from the Village cabins.
Old Rec Hall
The Old Rec Hall is an additional covered activity space that can be helpful to have in mind as a “rain plans” location if the Holland Activities Building is already reserved or otherwise occupied.