Solomon Episcopal Conference Center

About the Solomon Episcopal Conference Center

The Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana’s Conference and Retreat Center welcomes guests year-round to enjoy a warm and inviting atmosphere throughout their indoor and outdoor meeting spaces; sports and recreation facilities; overnight, hotel-style lodging accommodations; and complete onsite dining services.

At the Solomon Episcopal Conference Center (SECC), whether guests come to pray, work, play, relax, or a little of each, they will be treated to the renewing energy of nature and peaceful wilderness that surround the conference center in southeast Louisiana.

History of the Solomon Episcopal Conference Center

The Solomon Episcopal Conference was founded under the leadership of The Rt. Rev’d James B. Brown, Ninth Bishop of Louisiana. In 1981, a resolution was passed at the Annual Convention to create and build a full service conference and retreat center in southeast Louisiana. In 1988, Mr. Theodore “Teddy” and Mrs. Doris Solomon purchased and then donated 80 acres of land to the Diocese of Louisiana. A ground breaking ceremony was held on July 7, 1990. The conference under the name “A Special Place” opened for business on January 1, 1993. A few years later The conference center was officially named the Solomon Episcopal Conference Center. The conference center has since expanded to its current size of 172 acres. For a full history of the Solomon Episcopal Conference Center, visit: http://www.solomoncenter.org/about-secc/history.

 

Contact Information

Solomon Episcopal Conference Center
Loranger, LA 70446
Phone: 985-748-6634
Fax 985-748-2843
www.solomoncenter.org

 

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