Prepare for Your Visit
Below are a few tips to help you prepare for your stay at The Abbey. If there is anything else you need, please let us know.
What does your overnight stay include?
Lodging, light continental breakfast, access to group activities, and grounds.
What are type of accommodations are available?
The Abbey had four different guest room options. 1) Single twin bed with a private bathroom attached 2) two single twin beds with a private bathroom attached 3) Single twin bed with a shared bathroom 4) Two twin beds with a shared bathroom. We have seven individual shared bathrooms. There are no more than four guests assigned per shared bathroom.
What activities are available at The Abbey?
A relaxed, quiet pace provides time for personal development, sharing in small groups, and reflection. Space is available for worship, prayer, communion, meditation, book study time, nutrition classes, Bible teaching. Recreational activities include: fishing, walking, gardening, reading, arts/crafts, playing pool, fitness center.
Where is the nearest airport?
Oklahoma City is the closest airport to The Abbey. Be sure to allow the one hour for the drive from the airport to The Abbey.
What should I bring to The Abbey?
The atmosphere at The Abbey is very informal, so casual or sport clothes are appropriate. Please dress comfortably. Pack appropriate footwear for your involvement in any of the activities available. Be sure to include any of your personal toiletries. Towels, bedding, soap, shampoo, and laundry facilities are provided.
Comfortable, casual clothes
Good walking shoes
Bible, notebook, ink pens/pencils
Do you have ADA rooms available for special needs?
ADA rooms are available.
Can you accommodate special dietary needs?
The kitchen will try to satisfy any dietary restrictions. Please let us know at least one week prior to your arrival.
How can I be contacted in an emergency?
Call the front desk at 405.341.3572. Our staff will promptly relay the message.
May I bring my children? Pets? Firearms? Tobacco?
While The Abbey is an adult place of refuge, high school aged children are welcome to attend for the same registration fee as an adult. We ask that you leave your pets at home. Please leave your firearms at home as well. If you smoke, we ask you refrain from doing so in all inside areas of The Abbey, as well as balconies and porches. We trust you will be mindful of other guests in shared, common areas. We hope that your experience at The Abbey is filled with mutual care and respect your friends and neighbors and that we all honor our time together.