The Jesuit Retreat Center of Los Altos

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The Jesuit Retreat Center of Los Altos

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Do you desire peace, quiet and clarity during this challenging time of crisis?

We invite all who seek a quiet place for retreat, rest, reflection, and prayer to visit us in order to draw closer to God.

Our programs welcome people of all faiths who seek spiritual transformation and healing, to encounter the divine and discern how one is called to a life of love, commitment, and service for others.

Upcoming Retreats

HAPPY NEW YEAR

Happy New Year!  May this new year filled you and your loved ones with peace, hope and blessings!  And we hope and pray that you are safe and healthy. 

The Jesuit Retreat Center continues to be closed due to the growing COVID crisis.  We continue to offer virtual retreats in the meantime and look forward to when we can re-open and provide a safe environment for people to come.  Please check our extensive virtual offerings.

We are grateful for your continual support and patience through these difficult times, and we look forward to welcoming you back.  Peace and blessings from all of us at JRC!

Individually Directed Retreats

We offer both in-person and virtual Individually Directed Retreats.

Please contact us at retreat@jrclosaltos.org to schedule.

Daily Resources

We are publishing daily inspirational videos that are sent by email that you could request.

If you’d like to join us, please register here.

Thank You!

We are most grateful to our amazing and generous donors and appreciate your continued support.

If you are able to support us at this time, click here.

Conference Center

Choose the historic Jesuit Retreat Center at Los Altos for your next business meeting, conference, board meeting or staff retreat.

Visit Us

“There are so many ways to encounter God at The Jesuit Retreat Center – during prayer in the beautiful chapel; along the wooded paths that look out onto breathtaking mountain vistas; while slowly waking the Labyrinth and then visiting the nearby brook; or discovering a new author in the bookstore.”

–Ellie Hidalgo