Edenvale
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Welcome to Edenvale

Edenvale Retreat Centre is conveniently located in the beautiful Fraser Valley in Southwest British Columbia, in the heart of the daffodil and blueberry capital of Canada. Enjoy our 117 acre country setting, centrally located with easy access to Hwy. 1 - only an hour’s drive east of Vancouver and a ten minute drive from both the Abbotsford International Airport and the Aldergrove/Lynden US border crossing.



For over 40 years, Edenvale has provided a unique setting for spiritual growth retreats, creative workshops and corporate seminars. We invite you to enjoy the rich home atmosphere deliberately maintained over many years including comfortable lodgings and exceptional fresh food.



We welcome a wide variety of activities including church and youth groups, non-profit/charity workshops, corporate retreats, quilting guilds, scrapbooking, yoga retreats, and Board meetings. Our centre excels at hosting groups for residential or day long workshops and retreats, accommodating up to 32 people overnight. A walking trail through the forest, delicious nutritious home-cooked meals, comfortable lodgings, and outdoor recreational facilities await your group. We offer both regular and vegetarian menus. Our Hospitality Manager will work with you to accommodate diet restrictions or allergies in order to give you the best nutrition and dining experience during your stay. Experience how the hospitality of our flexible, gracious staff adds to the success of your event.



To find out more about retreats, day events, or facility rental CLICK HERE.



Edenvale Retreat Centre is owned by the Emissaries of Divine Light BC, part of a global network of centres dedicated to the spiritual regeneration of humanity. The Emissaries of Divine Light see the potential to bring a new state of consciousness into the world. Emissary centres around the world are deeply engaged in collective pioneering in consciousness. We welcome people to contact us directly for more information on activities and opportunities in Western Canada.

To Find Out More about the Emissaries CLICK HERE.