Conferences & Pilgrimages

Tantur opens its spacious and peaceful facilities to Church organizations, university and college groups, and others seeking a home in the Holy Land for their pilgrimages, retreats, and conferences. Whether you are a university program seeking a Holy Land immersion, multinational ecumenical organization, a parish group or family, we can provide accommodation, facilities, and guidance for hosting your event.

Group reservations are handled by the University of Notre Dame at Tantur. You can find more information on their accommodation page. Please bear in mind that space is limited and certain months are booked up to two years in advance.  

If you wish for help developing a program for your group, which may include developing an itinerary or planning prayer experiences, the Tantur staff is available to help. To request help with programming, please send inquiries to our Program Director Frederic Masson

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    Experience the Holy Land

    Let Tantur be the base from which your group or organization can experience the sacred beauty of the Holy Land.

    Experience the Holy Land

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    Accommodations

    With 50 guest rooms and ten fully-equipped and furnished apartments, Tantur can host your group in comfortable and tranquil surroundings.

    Accommodations

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    Meeting Rooms and Chapel

    Our events and meeting spaces can accommodate your group, while our beautiful Tantur Chapel provides a space for celebration, prayer, and quiet contemplation.

    Meeting Rooms and Chapel

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    Food & Drink

    Guests of Tantur eat meals in our large dining room, and have access to our Coffee/Hospitality Room at all hours of the day.

    Food & Drink

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    Pricing

    Find out more about the cost of hosting your conference or event at Tantur.

    Pricing

To talk about an event as life-changing seems like an exaggeration, but in this case, any other phrase would be utterly inadequate. I know that both my life and future ministry will be hugely enhanced by what I have learned and experienced in these few days.

–Ruth, Lindisfarne College of Theology