Make it a Girls’ Night Out and A Day Off!
Thursday evening – Friday morning
Check in any time after 4 pm.
Take a walk, do some shopping, chat with all your friends!
Start your evening with a delicious dinner buffet in the Water’s Edge Dining Room. Then relax in the Chesapeake Auditorium for a time of entertainment, worship and laughter!
Spend the night in the Chesapeake Lodge and relax over breakfast in the Water’s Edge Dining Room. Fellowship with your sisters in Christ… devotions and “girlfriend time” with the Girls’ Night Out special guests… and take some time to connect with God before heading home for the busy weekend!
Schedule subject to change
4:00 pm Check in
4:00-5:30 Sports Pool & Hot Tub open
5:00 Optional Video
9:00 Sports Pool & Hot Tub open
8:00 am Breakfast
9:00 Devotions with
9:30 Photo Op with your friends
10:00 Check Out
Free time on the grounds to think, pray & process – stay as long as you like!
“Girls’ Night Out helped put Jesus in the center of our lives!” Murline, Randallstown, MD
“I felt the peace of God! The atmosphere of Sandy Cove is wonderful. I don’t want to go home it’s so beautiful. The message was perfect – a word straight from God!” Katrina, Wilmington, DE
“The Girls’ Night Out speaker was very encouraging and strengthened my soul!” Teofila, Brooklyn, NY
“Time to relax, get away from daily hectic schedule. Time to reflect, renew!” Lisa, California, MD
“I feel like I am always blessed by my time at Sandy Cove!” Amy, Coatesville, PA
“This is a beautiful place to fellowship with women of like faith. The program was amazing!” Margaret, Wilmington, DE
“Peaceful night away!” Paula, Magnolia, NJ
Join Glenna and Michael for a casual evening of music, banter and conversation designed to fan the flames of faith as we consider the joy and mystery of serving a truly sovereign God.
Note from Candy, Sandy Cove Women’s Ministry Coordinator…
I don’t know about you, but few things in life are more enjoyable for me than stimulating conversation between good friends! Especially when the conversation is about what God says in His Word, the Lord’s thoughts and ways, and how it all applies to everyday life! This is what I am looking forward to experiencing during this Girls’ Night Out & a Day Off with Glenna and Michael. We will be there to listen in on the humor, wisdom and music flowing from these two brilliant friends and even get to sing along with some of Michael’s familiar favorites. I can’t wait!
Known for her spontaneous humor and high energy, Glenna Salsbury is an extraordinary communicator. She skillfully weaves Biblical truth with practical applications. You will discover that her passion is teaching the Word of God, while providing practical applications for daily living. She uses an abundance of humor while incorporating life-changing Biblical truths. Glenna is a graduate of Northwestern University, UCLA and Fuller Seminary. She has hosted her own cable TV show, “Let’s Study the Bible,” and a radio talk show for teens, “A Visit with Glenna.” She served on staff with Young Life and as a teaching leader for Bible Study Fellowship. Glenna has appeared on “Good Morning America,” is a contributing author to Chicken Soup for the Soul and authored her own best seller, The Art of the Fresh Start.
Michael Faircloth is a recording artist, Christian concert pianist and veteran “Artist in Residence” at Sandy Cove for more than twenty years. He is an accomplished concert pianist who regularly blesses Sandy Cove audiences with his original arrangements of classical, traditional and contemporary Christian music. Michael’s music is impressive and powerful, balanced by his humble spirit and generous sense of humor. He currently serves as pianist/accompanist for The National Christian Choir and on Sunday mornings when Michael isn’t performing elsewhere, he serves in the music ministry at New Life Community Church in Kingsville, Maryland.
Through music and testimony, Tammy shares how she has learned to choose life and find hope in the promises of God after a shattering loss!
Tammy became a familiar voice on Christian Radio in 1995 with hit songs, such as “Welcome Home,” “Run To The Cross,” “My Irreplaceable” and “Rain On Me” that have brought life and hope to her many listeners, but on September 11th, 2001 her songs ceased for a time. Tammy stepped away from the spotlight to heal after the tragic death of her husband and childhood sweetheart while on a missions trip. That day would change the world forever. That day changed Tammy forever.
One year later she returned as a featured speaker and performer at the Extraordinary Women’s Conference and was also asked to share the Women of Faith platform for four years with her friends Sheila Walsh, Patsy Clairmont, Carol Kent, Kathy Troccoli, Anita Renfroe and Luci Swindoll. During that time Tammy also became a featured speaker, singer and author for The Revolve Tour for teen girls for two years. Her personal story of tragedy, restoration, healing and hope crossed over generational lines and her music inspired all ages, bringing strength and renewed joy.
You may have read Tammy’s story featured on the covers of “Today’s Christian Woman,” “Charisma,” and LifeWay’s “HomeLife” Magazines, or heard her on Focus on the Family, 700 Club, TBN, Daystar & Life Today TV. Or perhaps you even heard Max Lucado, Charles Stanley or Joel Osteen refer to Tammy’s amazing testimony of God’s faithfulness in a hopeless situation, during one of their sermons.
Tammy’s ministry has taken her all over the world, speaking at women’s conferences in South Africa, Australia, Singapore, Columbia, Ghana, Canada and the US. Tammy’s a gifted communicator who draws her audience close with her contagious humor and fun, energetic personality and yet the sincerity of her heart and wisdom of life experience is woven through the very words she speaks. Tammy says, “One of my greatest privileges on this journey of hope and healing is to be able to speak into someone’s life who feels hopeless and numb. I’ve been there too, and one thing I’ve learned is that we can never interpret our numbness as God’s absence in our lives.”
She has authored three books including, Learning to Breathe Again: Choosing Life and Finding Hope After a Shattering Loss (W Publishing-Women of Faith Book Selection), Beyond The Sorrow: There’s Hope in the Promises of God (J Countryman Thomas Nelson), and she co-penned the hilarious & brilliantly illustrated children’s book, The Log Family: See You at the Beach (September Day) with her late husband Trent Lenderink who sadly never got to see his work completed.
With a lively, engaging look at the friendship between Mary and Elizabeth, Gari shows how God uses women’s love for one another to strengthen the fabric of their faith. We don’t need to be threatened but rather thrilled by God’s plan for those we walk alongside. We’ll recognize the life our encouragement breathes over weary faith travelers. And we’ll learn how to apply the 4 “Friendship Blessings” that Elizabeth bestows on Mary!
Gari shares about herself…
I love words. Spoken, unspoken, written, recited, or sung. I love the way words can change, challenge, and heal us. Mostly, I love God’s words…the Bible. His words have healed me, changed me, and sustained me. I think that’s why it’s my favorite thing to talk about. To me there’s nothing more exciting than finding something new about God I can brag on.
I love my family. My husband Bobby and I have been married for over thirty years, and my stomach still tingles when I know he’s coming home from a road trip. When you’ve been in love with someone that long you’ve lived through your share of bruises, but at the end of the day he’s the one I want to hold and huddle with. We have three fantastic kids and two insanely cute grandbabies. Each day I thank God for entrusting me with such gifts.
I adore baseball. Bobby and I have traipsed this country over 47 times moving from state to state with major league baseball in our rearview. There’s nothing like the sound of fireworks after a home-run, or the feel of gathering together with other baseball wives as we study God’s word and pray for our team.
I thrive on teaching and speaking to groups of God seekers. In any setting, these are my people. Nothing energizes me more than the look in the eyes of those who want to grow spiritually.
I call myself shabby chic because although I’m a bit banged up, I can look pretty cool if you see me from a distance. Don’t expect perfection—just an honest, authentic love for God and His people. That’s me…
All rates are per person and include Thursday night lodging, dinner, breakfast, Thursday program and Friday devotions.
Rates begin at $84 per person.
Most rooms have two twin beds and one queen size bed, so triple occupancy allows for each person to have their own sleep space.
Treat yourself to an upgraded room!
Ask about beautiful bay view rooms and 2 room suites – a few with Jacuzzis!
Upgraded charge is per room, not per person
Looking for a slightly different Retreat? Try our campground!
Log Cabins are open all year!
Log Cabin Rates: $94 per person
*Please note that there is a minimum occupancy of 4 required for all cabins.
Girls’ Night Out only (6:30 – 9:15 pm): $36 per person, includes dinner and program Thursday evening.
Please call for Girls’ Night Out only reservations – 800.234.COVE (2683)
Financial hardship? Partial scholarships are available.
Modest swimsuits are required…one-piece for girls of all ages!
10% military discount for all program events for ALL military personnel.
This discount is available to any member of the armed forces, any branch and their immediate family members living in their household.
This is a Child Free Event. We love babies and children and we know you do too! But “Child Free Events” are your opportunity to be free from some of your normal daily responsibilities. It also provides a distraction free time for everyone to focus on the spiritual purpose of the event. Thank you for your cooperation and consideration.