Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order implementing essential services and activities protocols for the entire state of Texas. The protocols direct all Texans to minimize non-essential gatherings and in-person contact with people who are not in the same household. The governor’s executive order renews and amends his previous order enforcing federal social distancing guidelines for COVID-19, including closing schools and instructing Texans to avoid eating or drinking at bars and restaurants. The protocols allow exceptions for essential activities and services based on the Department of Homeland Security’s guidelines on the essential critical infrastructure workforce. Examples of these essential services include healthcare, grocery stores, banking and financial services, utilities, child care for essential service employees and government services. Read more at the link below.
Mo-Ranch is doing our part to flatten the curve of COVID-19, and will be closed to the public until further notice.
Once Mo is reopened to the public and our staff, we will resume normal business operations and will be in touch with individuals or groups at that time.
Please know if you submit an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, a response will be returned as soon as feasible.
Mo-Ranch Coffee Table Book
We are excited to announce that we are starting to create a coffee table book, full of Mo-Ranch memories, moments and photos!
If you’d like to submit to this project, email email@example.com for a chance to be featured in our inaugural volume!
Come to the Waters!
Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly is looking for our next president and CEO (building on the strong leadership and service of retiring president, Rev. Dick Powell). The mission of Mo-Ranch is to foster growth in God through Jesus Christ by sharing its unique living, learning, Christian environment.
Our next president will build on the rich history and ministry of Mo-Ranch and deepen our future vision. He or she will possess a love of the Presbyterian Church (USA), deft administrative and development skills, and a strong sense of Mo-Ranch’s purpose and place in the constituencies of the Synod of the Sun, the Presbyterian Church, the larger ecumenical church and partnerships beyond.
Persons interested in leading this organization are encouraged to send inquiries and resumés to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open to the public to meet, stay, play and pray, year-round at Mo-Ranch!
Nestled on 500-acres along the spring-fed Guadalupe River, Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly is located in the heart of the beautiful Hill Country in Hunt, Texas. Mo-Ranch is open to the public for spiritual retreats, conferences, summer and day camps, weddings, reunions, group meetings, corporate retreats, vacation getaways and individual reservations. Enjoy an overnight stay with conference center facilities, hotel rooms, unique historical housing and group lodging. The public is always welcome to come and play for the day with a guest pass!
Come explore the adventure of the Hill Country with an abundance of land and water recreation, sports activities, hiking trails, high and low ropes course and the great outdoors.
Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly is a conference and retreat center related by covenant to the Synod of the Sun of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Since 1949, Mo-Ranch has served as a sacred and transformative place for those who retreat to the Hill Country for worship, fellowship, relaxation and renewal.
Mo-Ranch Summer Camp is a co-ed residential Christian summer camp nestled in the wide open spaces of the Texas Hill Country. Let your child escape technology and unplug in the great outdoors with friends, adventure and fun within a safe and Christian environment.
With over 20,000 square feet of meeting space, lodging for up to 525 and incredible scenic views, Mo-Ranch is the perfect venue for every type of event, conference, group or retreat. Choose from first-class meeting facilities that range from large auditoriums to smaller classroom and breakout spaces.
Mo-Ranch offers hospitality unlike any other, with a wide variety of lodging with rustic touches of the Hill Country intertwined throughout. Accommodations include hotel rooms, scenic campgrounds, group lodging, cottages, historical mansions and private waterfront casitas.
Uniquely tailored dining, from casual to gourmet, is available to guests staying at Mo-Ranch. Don’t miss the outdoor barbecue served on Wednesday and Saturday evenings along the banks of the Guadalupe during summer months!
Mo-Ranch continues to enhance all areas of ministry by combining together worship and the arts through its Creative Arts Ministry. New program offerings include ceramic arts, needlework and knitting, quilting, painting, craft weekends, writing retreats and much more.
Mo-Ranch is currently hiring for full-time summer staff.
Now is your chance to have Mo fun this summer all while growing personally, professionally and spiritually!
If you or someone you know would like to be a positive role model in a child’s life, please apply today for an opportunity of a lifetime.
There is something for everyone at Mo-Ranch
Fellowship, worship, relaxation & renewal at Mo-Ranch
Renew your relationships
With God, with your family, with yourself.
Relax your body and mind
The scenic Texas Hill Country is calling.
Enjoy and learn
Attend one of our camps, conferences or classes.