In our continued effort to address COVID-19 concerns, Bellwether Farm along with the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio is asking guests to wear a mask while in any common area on site including the Worship Barn, Grange meeting rooms and common rooms at the end of retreat room blocks. Masks are not required while dining as long we maintain safe distancing in the dining hall. Masks are not required when outside. Thank you for helping us all stay safe
Is Bellwether Farm open?
Yes, Bellwether Farm remains operational at this time. Out of an abundance of caution, we are adhering to guidance from the CDC, Ohio's Department of Health, and other experts to continue to determine the safety of hosting retreat groups and other events on the property. The health and safety of our community will remain our number one concern. All reservation requests are handled on a case by case basis.
Is Bellwether Farm taking phone calls?
Yes! You are welcome to call the office as all phone extensions are routed to our cell phones, or email us at any time.
Will I be refunded if I cancel my retreat or it is canceled by Bellwether Farm?
If you or Bellwether must cancel your retreat or program, please choose from the following options:
- Save the funds as a credit to be used in the future. You can either choose another date and we’ll hold your spot, or we can hold the credit in your account.
- Kindly donate the funds already paid. A Bellwether Farm staff member can discuss with you how to receive a tax credit receipt for your generous gift.
- Receive a full refund for the amount paid.
As a donor to Bellwether Farm, how can I help?
We are so grateful for all the ways our donors, volunteers, staff, and community members support Bellwether Farm. In a moment when we are not able to gather physically, financial gifts ensure that we will be able to continue creating community spaces when the storm passes. For those who are able and interested, please make a gift here. Thank you for your support for campers and families during these uncertain times!