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Registration Now Open

Registration is NOW OPEN through April 30, 2022.

Registration dates to look forward to:

December 6, 2021: Group registration opens for May 1, 2022 - January 1, 2023
January 4, 2022: Registration opens for May 1, 2022 - January 1, 2023

Holden Village continues to follow local, state, and federal protocols for remaining safe and healthy, so please remember that all plans are subject to change.


Welcome to Holden Village

Over the course of 50 years, Holden Village has been transformed from a copper mining town to a vibrant place of education, programming, and worship. Holden invites people of goodwill of all ages to come and experience our rhythms, which inspire and equip travelers for a sustainable life of faith outside the Village.

Holden Village welcomes and embraces people of all races, ethnicities, religious backgrounds, gender identities, sexual orientations, and abilities. We strive to overcome learned prejudices and develop relationships across difference. We actively seek liberation and transformation through education, relationship, and engagement with the Village’s core values.

Urgent Job Postings

Join the Holden Village short-term or long-term staff! Holden Village is looking for the following positions to be filled:


Click on the each position above for the full job description. To apply, please email  your resume and cover letter to staffing@holdenvillage.org.

Join the Teaching Faculty

Holden Village seeks candidates to serve as teaching faculty and guest musicians! Summer 2022 marks our 60th anniversary of summer programming in the Village, in which we will explore the theme of Jubilee. The program will include visual and performing arts, the sciences, theology, diversity, inclusion and racial justice, global and domestic topics, and more. Guest Musicians assist in leading worship and enlivening the community life through music. 


Anti-Racism Resources

Now is the time to listen and learn to the lived experience of Black, Indigenous and People of Color. It is also time for Holden to examine its history of privilege. Holden Village is an Educational Retreat Center with ties to the whitest denomination in the US, serving an audience that has been predominantly white. It is Holden's responsibility to bear witness to what is happening in the world, to elevate the voices of Black and Brown people, to change the course of inequities, and to break down structural prejudice in all forms where it exists, within Holden and in white and Christian U.S. culture.

View Anti-Racism Resources

Holden Village Welcomes New Executive Directors


Holden Village welcomes the three-person team of Kathie Caemmerer-Bach, Mark Bach, and Stacy Kitahata to serve as Holden Village Executive Directors.

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Holden Bed & Breakfast

The Holden Job Board

Looking for a change of pace, a supportive community, and the opportunity to learn new skills? Check out Holden's Job Board for a complete list of volunteer and employment opportunities now available in the Village.

Cover Photos by Annika Berntsen and Anders Bruihler. All individuals pictured went through a strict quarantine period and COVID testing upon entering the Village or have been fully vaccinated.


Stay Connected!


Holden Village Store Online

Holden Store is now online! Check out hats, bandanas, t-shirts, sweatshirts, books, handmade pottery and jewelry, and more. All proceeds from sales support Holden Village. We are grateful for your support. 


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