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The Soul Sisterhood

“She is clothed in strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future.” - Proverbs 31:25

Nurturing Young Women in their Relationship with Christ

The Soul Sisterhood, a ministry of St. Philip the Deacon Lutheran Church, provides week-long adventures for pre-teen and teen girls. We hope to inspire young women to learn new skills, discover new passions, make new friends and build confidence through fearless trying and creating—all in a Christ-centered, supportive environment.

Girls today are faced with the challenge of figuring out who they are in a world that constantly tells them who they are supposed to be. The Soul Sisterhood Retreat is an opportunity to create in God’s name, while asking God to create a renewed spirit and strength in each of us.  

Each day the girls explore practical and creative skills for living in God’s world.  We all have the capacity to put beauty into the world, whatever that may look like. As we embark on a remarkable week of self-discovery and affirmation of who God created us to be, we will explore identity, relationships, and creativity.

For more information about The Soul Sisterhood contact: Amanda BergerThe Soul Sisterhood at 763-475-7139 or by email ( or

Visit The Soul Sisterhood’s website by clicking here.

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The Annual Summit

A one-day extravaganza for girls.

The Soul Sisterhood Summit is a day full of inspiration, encouragement and creative exploration through speakers, worship and breakout sessions for girls metro-wide.


Week-long adventure at South Fork Farm.

Soul Sisterhood Retreats are week-long camp adventures exploring creativity in a Christ-centered environment. Sessions are tailored for middle and high school topics and projects.

Day Camps

Little Sisters comes to you.

Allow Soul Sisterhood to come to you! Our Little Sister  program provides the fun and creativity of the Retreat without the sleep-away part. Day Camp is a flexible and portable 3-day format for ages 6 to 11.



“The greatest trap in our life is not success, popularity or power, but self-rejection.”

Henri Nouwen