Meeting Rooms

Looking for great meeting space for your groups? Some of our best options are shown here below. For experienced retreat planning help, give Courtney a call at 717-360-7812 or email [email protected].

The Worship Center

Our Largest meeting room which holds up to 330 guests. It comes equipped with a full lobby area, front and rear projection systems, and a full sound system. This room is always reserved for groups of 90 or larger.

The Spruce / Pine Meeting Room

Our second largest meeting room holds up to 100 guests. This room can be divided into 2 rooms for breakouts and activities if desired.

The Cedar Meeting Room

Our third largest meeting room holds up to 50 guests. (Set for 34 in the photo) This room is unique because it overlooks the central camp area, and is perfect size for typical groups around 30-40 people.

Other Meeting Room Options

There are three other meeting rooms available, Tamarack, Hemlock and the Garman Room.  Each of these rooms can accommodate up to 30 people.

The Cafe and Sollenberger Room (Game Room) can also be used as breakout areas and will hold up to 20 people.

The Disciples Diner

In our main dining room, we serve all of our meals family style.  This basically means that our 4.12 Leadership Training Students bring the food right to your table and wait on you for more food and drink refills. Then, when you’re finished, they will take your plates and bowls and do the dishes!  You do NONE of the clean up at Joy El! We take care of that so you can focus on why you came.

All lunches and dinners are served with all you can eat salad bars, and our breakfasts come with a full cereal bar! We can also accommodate special dietary needs!

Need help planning your youth retreats, adult retreats,
or family Christian retreats?

Inquire with Courtney at [email protected]
or call or text 717-360-7812.

Prefer to simplify doing youth retreats? Check out our programmed Momentum Retreats!

Looking for retreat options for younger students? Check out our Bible Adventure Weekends!

Ready to make your group retreat the best it's ever been?