Bethlehem Centre welcomes individuals and groups exploring spirituality and seeking a non-judgmental sacred place for contemplation, learning, and community.
Find tranquility, inspiration and soulful nourishment when you or your group make Bethlehem Centre your home for retreat. Located on beautiful Westwood Lake, surrounded by stunning forest, restful accommodations and homemade comfort food makes the perfect backdrop for an exceptional experience.
With a variety of gathering spaces for groups and individuals to learn and explore faith, build community and leadership development.
We gratefully acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples.
Open to all, we are committed to supporting spiritual exploration, and leadership development where all people can be embraced and come together to learn, share, and grow.
We believe in the power of inclusivity and recognize the importance of prioritizing the well-being of people of differing abilities.
Gathering and Meeting Spaces
Looking for a unique space to host your group?
With four guesthouses, thirty-seven rooms, seven distinct gathering venues, and dining space for fifty people, there is something to meet the needs of groups of all sizes.
We embrace and honour the uniqueness and inherent value of each human being. We understand that a wide range of experiences and perspectives make us stronger.
Explore the many ways you can engage and make a meaningful impact!
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News and updates from Bethlehem Centre
We would like to express deep gratitude to those who were able to join us in honouring the Benedictine Sisters in July. The sweet garden party that followed, made space for lovely connections and reconnections. Without the Sisters' years of leadership, dedication and...
Judith Remaliah, a Bethlehem Centre work-stay resident came to the Centre last spring and quickly saw an opportunity to create a space that would enhance the current food production for the Centre. She dedicated her time, energy, skill and through her donation, was...
Tim Stevenson The Society full-heartedly welcomes Tim Stevenson as board chair and Logan McMenamie, as vice chair. Tim notes contemplating many key life decisions on silent retreats at Bethlehem Centre over the past 30 years. For two years he and his husband Gary...