Solomon’s Porch Retreat Center

A place to retreat and reconnect with the Father.

Solomon’s Porch Retreat Center

Solomon’s Porch is the former Hospital for Lynch, Kentucky. It is now used to house ministry teams, youth groups, reunions and hold mission planning meetings. It’s also a retreat for anyone who needs to get away with God and find peace and rest in the mountains or work! Whichever the case may be. The facility also includes meeting rooms and a gift shop.

Solomon’s Porch – Available Lodging Dates (Subject to change.)

Fall dates are filling up and so are the Summer of 2018.  Book today

September

18-23   1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th floors available (except 310 and 203)(about 84 people)

24 – 29  1st, 3rd, and 4th floors available (except 310-313) (about 68 people)

 October

1-6      1st and 4th floors available (about 41 people)

8-13   4th floor only   (about 21 people)

23-27   2nd and 3rd floors available (about 49 people)

November

5-10       all floors available (about 90 people)

12-17      all floors available ( about 90 people)

27-1        2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors available ( about 51 people)

December

3-8       1st, 2nd, 4th floor available (about 55 people)

10-15    all floors available (about 90 people)

 

Please call (606) 848-2766 for reservations, current rates, booking information and dates available.

 

Our first delivery of food and supplies for the new children's ministry program at James A. Cawood Elementary School. Overseen by Ricky and Dee Money, Directors of Solomon's Porch.

Our first delivery of food and supplies for the new children’s ministry program at James A. Cawood Elementary School. Overseen by Ricky and Dee Money, Directors of Solomon’s Porch.

Parkway Baptist Church, Goodlettesville, TN. Team Leader Ralph Hurst and his 67 members provided 200 turkeys and all the fixin’s to families in the area.

Don Pruitt presenting Lonnie and Belinda Riley with a painting of Solomon’s Porch that he painted himself.

2nd Annual Feed Lynch Project. First Reform Church, Landis, NC. Team Leader Chuck Misenheimer and his team passed out 750 turkey dinners on November 22, 2014.

Feed Lynch Project – Chuck Misenhiemer and his group of missionaries from North Carolina came to Lynch in December with one thing on their minds…Feed Lynch! Together, they prepared over 300 meals and set out in the neighborhood to deliver turkey dinners to all of the citizens of the city. Delivery of the meals was a blessing as they were able to minister to the community by sharing the love of God and the message of Jesus Christ.

The Lord sent us generous donations and contributors to make it possible for Meridzo Ministries to make sure that every student at James A. Cawood Elementary School received a brand new pair of shoes and socks. These are some photos taken at the school on the day of distribution.

Needs:

Bathhouse Apartments:
 Iron and ironing boards, Smoke detectors (AC w/battery backup), Hard wire/install smoke detectors

Solomon’s Porch:
Room Needs: Pillows, Pillow Protectors, Sheet Sets (full, queen – white only), Mattress Protectors (full, queen), Shower Curtains (white only)

Maintenance/Office Needs: Orange Outdoor Extension Cords, 
Light Bulbs, Commercial wire shelving racks, File Cabinets (4 drawers),  Liquid Plummer/Drano

Kitchen Needs: Commercial Can Openers (for large cans),  Knives (chef, paring, steak, etc.),  Knife sharpener(s), Cookie sheets,  Cutting boards (not wooden), blenders, and oven cleaner

Cleaning Needs: Lysol (great need), Trash bags (tall kitchen and black trash bags),  Bleach, Dryer Sheets, Bathroom cleanerBona Hardwood floor cleaner, Furniture Polish, Disposable gloves, Dish Detergent, Air Fresheners (glade– no plug ins please)

Local Elementary School: school supplies (pencils, crayons, paper, etc) all sizes of underwear and socks, shoes

Lydia’s House:  Ladies underclothes (panties and bras)

Solomon’s Porch Retreat Center
Terry “Bro. T” & Leah Tipton, Directors
202 Church Street, PO Box 425 Lynch, KY 40855
(606) 848-2766
Email: solomonsporchtipton@gmail.com

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