UPDATE as of 6/18/20:
Woolman Hill facilities are now open to guests on a limited basis. We are accepting individual retreats in cabins and Red House, as well as very small groups under specific conditions. We’re also accepting reservations for future group rentals on a case-by-case basis. We are actively monitoring multiple factors, and will continue to adapt our practices based on local, state and federal guidance, as well as what will best suit Woolman Hill’s particular circumstances. We will do our best to keep this website posted with any updates.
Office staff are continuing to work remotely, so please be in touch if you have questions (413-774-3431, firstname.lastname@example.org), and please be patient if it takes us a little time to get back to you.
UPDATE as of 5/18/20:
Woolman Hill facilities are closed to guests until further notice. We continue to monitor local, state and national guidelines, to discern when and how to best welcome guests back on campus. We miss seeing you all and will keep this website posted with updates.
UPDATE as of 4/28/20:
In accordance with the MA Governor’s extension of the order to cease all non-essential business in-person operations, Woolman Hill facilities will be closed to guests through at least May 18th.
UPDATE as of 3/23/20:
In accordance with the MA Governor’s order to cease all non-essential business in-person operations, Woolman Hill facilities will be closed to guests through at least April 7th.
Woolman Hill statements
Updated closure statement (March 23)
Closure of Woolman Hill facilities (March 17)
Woolman Hill statement about COVID-19 (March 12, 2020)
If you have questions about Woolman Hill’s response to COVID-19 or about specific events planned at Woolman Hill, you are welcome to contact our office (email@example.com, 413-774-3431) and we will do our best to respond promptly.
We welcome your spiritual and financial support in this challenging period. We will do our best to update folks of other specific ways we may need help going forward. We send love and light to you and your communities.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
World Health Organization