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About Oak Grove Retreat

Just outside of Historic Tarboro, NC, Oak Grove Retreat is a welcoming haven to those seeking healing, centering love, and spreading joy. Here you will find gardens, history, nature, artists, healers, and above all PEACE.


Our chapel and grounds offer a special, off the beaten path space for weddings, and we love to celebrate love! 

With lodging, nature, and open spaces to gather, we are proud to host retreats that center healing. We also host Profound Sound Retreat in the Fall and Spring of each year.

From a tiny house, to a cozy cottage, to glamping, and camping, we offer many options for you to stay with us.

"This is a special place for healing and transformation.There’s a loving energy you experience as soon as you arrive at Saint Anne’s Chapel, and the Oak Grove Retreat surrounds you with the soft embrace of nature."

Meet the Team



BioField Tuning Healer, Reiki Master, & Drum Circle Facilitator


Co-Creator,  Organic Farmer, Timber Framer, All Around Handy Man, Big-time Dreamer.


Resident Artist, Musician, Organic Farmer &
Meditation Guide.

Recent heart felt review from a visiter:

"Just steps away from the beaten path of our hectic lives, another world beckons.

Beneath the majestic trees-welcoming,sheltering,protecting-lives another world. Green, wild, enchanting. To sit on a log, in stillness, and breathe, and become part of that world is truly transformative!

My deepest gratitude and love go out to you for tending and preserving this magical place! Thank you so much for sharing it with us! ...Joa

The Land

We acknowledge that we are caretakers of traditional lands of the Lumbee, Skaruhreh/Tuscarora Peoples past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations. This calls us to commit to continuing to learn how to be in relationship with the original inhabitants and the land we inhabit.

In more recent history this land held enslaved peoples. We hold an awareness of our history in order to work to heal the wounds of stolen peoples on stolen lands.

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