Facilitated or Plan your Own
Phillip House Retreat Centre is set in natural bushland and the area has abundant bird and animal life. In peaceful and tranquil surroundings, we offer a beautiful space for deep reflection and spiritual nurture. A perfect setting for prayer, meditation, rest and renewal.
We provide a wide range of retreat programmes or simply a space for you and your church community to create their own. Your can plan and organise your own workshop/retreat/seminar or let us help design one to meet your unique needs.
We have highly qualified facilitators able to design and deliver a wide range of programmes covering areas such as…
· Ignatian six day individually guided retreat
· Ignatian Spirituality workshop
· Spiritual Direction
· Grief and loss
· Healing through faith
Individually guided or group retreats and Spiritual Direction are available on request.
We require minimum of 2 weeks notice for any requested retreat.
Phillip House has spacious accommodation for up to 18 people and catering is available on request. You might like to choose our self-catered option and take advantage of our fully equipped kitchen and undercover barbeque area.
Why not contact us for your next church/parish event. All enquiries welcome.
Liz Mullinar AM B.Th. Master of Counselling, Graduate Diploma (Pastoral Care) CSU
Liz Mullinar is the founder and CEO of the Heal for Life Foundation. Liz has been integral in the development of the Healing program that has helped empower over 5,500 people to heal. An internationally renowned speaker on the effects of brain trauma and trauma recovery, Liz has researched and studied extensively, both in Australia and overseas, the impact of trauma on the developing brain. She is the author of two books published by Hodder Headline “The Liz Mullinar Story” and “Breaking the Silence”.
Roger Sharr - B.A. (Hons) Melb. M.A. Syd. Th.L. Australian College of Theology.
Roger is a retired Anglican priest in the Diocese of Newcastle. A member of the Australian Network for Spiritual Direction for 20 years, in 1997 he completed the Three Month Course in Apostolic Spirituality at the Jesuit Centre for Ignatian Spirituality, St. Beuno’s, North Wales. His 40 years of ministry as an Anglican priest has included both academic and pastoral appointments. From 1992 to 2000 he was the Director of The Centre of Christian Spirituality W.A. Roger is a recognised facilitator of the Enneagrammme with 20 years’ experience. He is currently a sessional lecturer in Spiritual Direction at Charles Sturt University teaching at St Marks College, Canberra. Roger is currently working on his PhD. at the University of Sydney.