Stewarding a sacred space is both an honor and a challenge.

Starting with the indigenous peoples who sustained themselves by the abundance of this region, to the Meier family who conceived of Menucha before there was even a road to get here from Portland, the current stewards of Menucha recognize their role in the timeline of this extraordinary place.

Twelve facilities, over a hundred acres, and four hundred groups a year make for a busy place – and the number of lives enriched too numerous to count!

Each building has a list of needed improvements, some crucial and others to aid in the hospitality of guests. With the support of generous donors, staff have done an extraordinary job of chipping away at this list. From replacing the roof on Wright Hall to replacing an ancient tractor, Menucha has benefited tremendously from the contributions of so many.