A perfect quiet place for conferences, small groups, leadership & teaching seminars, “time apart” get-aways for writers, artists, pastors, and their staff.


Welcome to our spacious dining hall with original oak beams, soft lighting, stone fireplace, and iron chandeliers which together create a rustic but elegant atmosphere.  Three separate dining rooms and variety to meal service and private meeting space.  The main room seats up to 102 and the two side rooms seat 24 each, making the capacity 150 total. There are three restrooms.


La Grande house is a large gathering place with three main rooms which offer many venue options.  A grand piano and stone fireplace add comfort to the conversational area at one end of a 1200 square foot room which can be set up for a conference, additional quilting space, evening worship and more.   There is a full kitchen with service for 24.  It’s great for snacks, self-catered heat-and-serve meals.   It also has a large bedroom and bath for up to 4 guests (available to those already renting the building for meetings).   For the quilting groups, each will be provided a 6-8 ft folding table, natural daylight lamp, outlets, good lighting, a waste can, and an adjustable padded chair.  The two large quilting rooms have irons and ironing boards and share a large cutting mat table and wallboard.  Maximum quilter spaces are 22.


A small intimate chapel gives our retreaters a private place to pray and listen.  The early morning light filtered through stain glass is inspiring as you sit in the comfort of this peaceful place.  The chapel is always open.  After visiting the Chapel you can check out the adjoining bookstore and art room.


The Mission House, with a 100 year history, has been newly renovated with a  multi-use large room, catering kitchen, and restrooms on the main floor. The upstairs offers a screened loft with rustic individual sleeping rooms, which are the same rooms the women missionaries stayed in for rest and preparation for their travels. There are 2 large restrooms upstairs.


The Hilltop Pavilion was created for the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair and is an amazing six thousand square foot steel structure with a tile roof.  It has a large stage, perimeter lights, as-well-as spotlights, and can seat up to two hundred on padded pews.  Directly behind the pavilion is “Vesper Hill”.  Vesper Hill is an outdoor chapel paved with flagstone which offers bench seating for one hundred guests.  It is shaded by trees in the spring and overlooks a mountain in the fall. The hillside slop gives a lovely view of nature, as-well-as a large deck focal point.  It is ideal for a speaker, musical program, or wedding ceremony.  A moss covered path and carved stone wall leads you to Vesper Hill.  In addition, the court and hut is a very large concrete surface with a beverage/snack hut which is a perfect outdoor entertaining space for a large group.  This space works well with the Pavilion and Vesper Hill.


The Selah property is loaded with beautiful spaces.  All around the property are memorable places that everyone will love.  Beautiful paths, views of local hills and valleys, and sunsets over the lake.  You will enjoy every minute of it.