Gentlemen, we’re excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2021 Calvary Chapel Elk Grove Men’s Retreat!
Please consider joining us on May 14-16, 2021 at the beautiful Conference Point Center, located on Lake Geneva in Williams Bay, Wisconsin.
This Years’ Speakers:
Pastor Ray Carter from Redemption Hill Calvary Chapel in Lake Havasu, Arizona
Pastor Jeff Solwold of Calvary Chapel Madison, in Wisconsin.
Special Guest Worship:   Jeff Anderson (Friday and Saturday) and
John Gay (Sunday)
May 14-16, 2021
Conference Point Center
300 Conference Point Road
Williams Bay, Wisconsin 53191
Located west of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 
Pastor Ray Carter 
Ray Carter is Senior Pastor at
Redemption Hill Calvary Chapel
in Lake Havasu, Arizona
Pastor Jeff Solwold
Jeff Solwold is Senior Pastor at
Calvary Chapel in
Madison, Wisconsin
 Jeff Anderson
We are also blessed to have Jeff Anderson lead
the men in worship this year.
He is a talented and anointed musician
who has been traveling around the
United States, leading people into God’s presence.
John Gay
John will be leading the men in worship
on Sunday Morning.  John comes to us
from Calvary Chapel Madison.
$208 total per person*
$104 Deposit
$104 Final Payment
(Includes accommodations,
Friday dinner, Saturday meals and Sunday Breakfast}
*Double Occupancy
Full Payment
Final Payment is
Due by
Sunday, April 25th
All registration fees are
Friday starting at 5 PM
6 PM
First Session
7 PM
Hotel-Style Accommodations
Retreat End
Sunday at Noon
 (Lunch is not provided)
Gentlemen, please provide your roommate name(s) at time of registration.
If you do not have a roommate, type OPEN to be matched for double occupancy.
We are also offering single occupancy, however these spaces are limited.
(Online processing fees are included in the cost).
Questions? Call us at 847-895-3545 or send us an email through our contact form.
Though originally from southern California, Pastor Ray is glad to call Lake Havasu and Redemption Hill his home now for over 25 years.
What was once a few families meeting together to follow Jesus, is now a congregation of believers that is salt and light in the community.
Ray and his bride Leisa, have 5 children 4 of which are married and have blessed them with 7 grandchildren and counting!
Jeff Solwold began serving the Lord 28 years ago, while living in Southern California, when he and his wife gave their hearts to the Lord Jesus Christ. After hearing the Gospel and he never looked back.
Today, Jeff serves our Lord as Senior Pastor of Upward Call Calvary Chapel—Madison which grew out of a Bible Study he started with his family in their home.
He has a deep love for our Lord, the teaching of God’s Word and for His people. Jeff has been married to the love of his life, Candy, for 35 years and they enjoyed raising 7 children who now have begun raising children of their own.
From Georgia to California and many stops in-between. Jeff has used his gifts to lead worship as well as being a recording artist.
His passion is loving Jesus, his family and sharing music with the body of Christ.
In 2020, Anderson released highly anticipated and 100% fan-funded record “All Things New”. His latest album features hit singles, “Our King is Coming”, “I Will Wait” and “Great Things”. Following the warm reception and success of “All Things New”, Anderson continues to play special worship services and events all over the country. He also enjoys licensing opportunities with film and TV, furthering his ministry exposure and creating new writing opportunities with other artists.
Anderson currently resides in beautiful Southern California with his family and is busy touring as a guest worship leader all over the world.
From Chicago and Vicinity:
Take 94 North to the WI Route 50 Lake Geneva/Kenosha exit, go west on Hwy. 50 towards Lake Geneva. Hwy 50 will take you through the town of Lake Geneva, 6 miles outside of town, turn left on Hwy. 67 at the four way stop sign. Follow Hwy 67 to Collie Street, turn left and follow Collie Street to Conference Point Road. Turn left and this road will take you to our entrance.
Or, take 90 northwest towards Rockford to the Hwy. 47 Huntley/Woodstock exit, go north on Hwy. 47 towards Woodstock. Turn left on Hwy. 14 at the Hwy. 47 & 14 intersection, go northwest through Harvard to Walworth, Wisconsin. 
At the stop lights in Walworth, turn right onto Hwy 67. Follow Hwy 67 for 6 miles (many turns, stay on 67) go to Congress Street, turn right, follow Congress Street to Collie Street. Turn right on Collie Street and follow it to Conference Point Road. Turn left and this road will take you to our entrance. (90 minutes from O’Hare)
From Rockford:
Take I-90 north to I-43 north to the Hwy. 67 Elkhorn/ Williams Bay exit. Go south on Hwy. 67 to Collie Street, turn left, follow Collie to Conference Point Road, turn left and follow it to our entrance. (60 minutes from Rockford)
From Milwaukee:
Take I-43 South towards Beloit. Exit at Hwy. 67 Elkhorn/ Williams Bay and head South.  Follow Hwy 67 to Collie Street, turn left, to Conference Point Road, turn left and follow it to the end. (60 minutes from Mitchell Field)

From Madison:

Take I-90 South to Hwy. 11 Janesville/Delavan exit, go east on Hwy. 11 to Delavan, pick up Hwy 50 outside of Delavan. Follow Hwy. 50 east to Hwy 67, turn right at the four way stop sign.  Go south on Hwy. 67 to Collie Street, turn left, follow Collie to Conference Point Road. Turn left and follow this road to our entrance.
NOTE:   All Retreat attendees are required to complete the Waiver Forms.
To save time upon arrival, please print and bring your copies to the Men’s Retreat.
Hard copies will also be available at Conference Point.
**NOTE:  In light of current events, each registrant should consider the following prior to arrival:

If they have a temperature, respiratory symptoms (cough, wheezing, sore throat, etc.) or have been exposed to someone with COVID or symptoms within past fourteen (14) days of the retreat. All registrants will need to attest to this to Conference Point Staff upon arrival.
As always, these measures are meant for everyone’s protection and safety.