Holden Village is a year-round ecumenical Christian renewal center, rooted in the Lutheran tradition. Once the site of one of the largest copper mines in the United States, Holden is nestled in the enchanting beauty of the Cascade Mountains near Chelan, Washington. Each year it attracts over 7,000 people for renewal through worship, study, work, recreation, celebration and conversation.
Holden's community is formed by its registered guests and volunteer staff, totaling up to 435 people in the summer months. A diverse collection of couples, families and singles, young and old join in becoming a community of renewal and challenge. Holden enjoys a longstanding relationship with the Lutheran Church, and the Village welcomes all, regardless of denomination, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or age.
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