MBB Spring Retreat

Taking Time for Contemplation

Frustration and Outrage

Do you feel frustrated by the ongoing conflicts between policies of the LDS Church and your own feelings about sexual orientation and gender identity? Does your frustration sometimes turn into anger and outrage? Do you feel worn down by the frustration and outrage? Are you looking for ways to build resiliency to cope with these feelings?

This MBB Contemplative Retreat is designed to help you explore the sources of your anger and frustration with greater precision, deepen your understanding of how you respond to these emotions, and identify better methods of self-care and resiliency. The retreat will provide time and safe space to express your thoughts and process your emotions. Ultimately, this retreat will help you become more mindful of your own concerns and how to address them in sustainable ways that are not only of enduring benefit to yourself but also to your community.

As with all the MBB retreats, the Abiding Frustration, Anger and Outrage Contemplative Retreat offers a rare opportunity for you to slow down, reflect upon, renew, and reconnect with what matters most to you.


  • 24-hour retreat
  • Lodging and meals provided FREE of charge, thanks to a generous MBB donor
  • A simple and clear curriculum of guided group discussions, introspection exercises, and individual journaling time.

To attend the retreat

Email us indicating your interest in attending at: info@mormonsbuildingbridges.org

You will receive more details once your application email has been received and accepted.

*** NOTE: Space is limited ***

Friday, May 5th, 5:30pm to Saturday, May 6th, 8pm

Sundance Resort, UT

Future MBB Contemplative Retreats

MBB offers a contemplative retreat every season - Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. If you are unable to secure a spot for this retreat, please watch for another one to be announced in a few months. Find more information and reviews from past participants at the website: