Trinity Retreat
Center for Priestly Spirituality

Home Schedule

With a capacity for 15 overnight retreatants, and facilities for "days of recollection", Trinity Retreat, Center for Priestly Spirituality offers a homey atmosphere on the tranquil waters of the Long Island Sound. The picturesque surroundings help us to become more aware of the presence of God and offer a gentle relief from a busy schedule.

Time off at Trinity
Clergy are always invited to visit and stay for meals at 12:20PM and 6PM. Clergy simply wishing to spend a quiet day, or days, are welcome at Trinity when there is no retreat scheduled or the house is not full. Priests are welcome at any time, but those wishing to stay overnight can reserve accommodations by calling in advance.

Private Directed Retreats
An increasing number of clergy, brothers, and seminarians are applying to Trinity for private retreats. Fr. Gene is available. It is necessary to make these arrangements in advance and we prefer to book these retreats when there is no other retreat scheduled.

Prayer Groups
Several Prayer groups of priests meet at Trinity on a bi-weekly or monthly basis. These groups range from those in inner-city ministry to the Marian Movement. If you are interested in joining a prayer group, please contact Fr. Fulton.

Time to Catch Up
Trinity is also available for priests and brothers who just need time to catch up and would profit from a chance for reflection and quiet rest. Arrangements are made through Bishops and major superiors. The weekly cost is usually $400.

Retreats for Deacons
Trinity offers a wide variety of retreats for deacons, and some for deacons and their wives. We have a separate schedule for deacons which may be obtained at request by phone.

Other Activities
Trinity is open to many activities relating to spirituality and ministry. Prayer groups of clergy, days of recollection for pastoral teams, class days and dinners, and other activities can be scheduled when there are no retreats in progress. Groups with their own programs are always welcome, and the staff is also happy to prepare programs on request. Please feel free to call any morning to discuss arrangements.

Directions to Trinity Retreat:

From the North:
Route 95 (Interstate - New York section of the New England Thruway) to Exit 18A Mamaroneck Avenue, and follow signs to Mamaroneck to Route 1 South (Boston Post Road).  Make a right onto Route 1.  Go through Larchmont and watch for a Jeep Chrysler Dealership.  Turn left onto Dillon Road and follow it until Dillon becomes Pryer Manor Road.  Trinity is the last house on the right, before the bridge.

From the South: Route 95 to Exit 16 (New Rochelle).  Coming off the exit, take a quick left, then a quick right and go three blocks and make a left onto Route 1 North.  In about two miles you will pass Salesian High School on your right.  Two blocks beyond, turn right onto Dillon Road, at the Saturn Car Dealership and follow it until Dillon becomes Pryer Manor Road.  Trinity is the last house on the right, before the bridge.

*Dillon Rd. : Go down the hill, Dillon Road becomes Pryer Manor Road. Trinity is the last house on the right before the bridge.

Mapquest directions

Trinity Retreat
1 Pryer Manor Road
Larchmont, NY 10538

(914) 235-6839 or (914) 632-3743