Matt Talbot Retreat Group 5 is an organization of alcoholic men in recovery. Each year, we host two retreats and an evening of recollection at The Holy Cross Retreat House on the grounds of Stonehill College in Easton Massachusetts.
A retreat is an opportunity to be away from the distractions of daily living for a couple of days, usually a weekend, in order to devote time to spiritual recovery from alcoholism.
A retreat brings together a group of recovering alcoholics in a setting that promotes fellowship and sharing throughout the weekend.
A Retreat Master, who is usually both a recovering alcoholic and a member of the clergy, gives conferences several times during the weekend.
There is no affiliation between AA and Matt Talbot Retreats. However, Matt Talbot Retreats are intended to foster and enhance spiritual recovery as suggested by AA's Twelve-Step Program.
Each group sets the cost for its retreats. Most of the cost goes to the retreat house for room and board.
For more information about Matt Talbot retreat groups, visit the Matt Talbot Retreat Movement website.
Several weeks before each retreat, we mail a notice and retreat application form to active MTG5 members. Should any changes occur, we will publish an announcement on the website and notify members by email.
The next scheduled retreat is:
Submit your registration
During the period of enrollment, you can download a registration form by clicking on one of the buttons below.
Register for the retreat by mailing a completed registration form (including a check or money order for the amount listed on the form) to:
Those experiencing a financial hardship can apply for a full or partial scholarship. All inquiries should be directed to the group secretary.
Group 5 officers / board members
Group mailing list
NOTE: If you have not participated in a retreat during the past two years, you will be removed from our mailing list unless you notify us to retain you as an active participant.