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To see all who visit leave with a greater understanding of the heart and love of God.


Come Away to the Mountains



Here at Twin Peaks Christian Conference Center, we desire that all who stay with us will experience a godly atmosphere, staff that are eager to serve, and a beautiful and peaceful environment.

Refreshing Service

Each member of our staff is willing to meet any and all of your needs. Whether you need a ride around our property, a technical error fixed, or prayer, we are here to serve you in any way.
Refreshing Views
Our property, located in the San Bernardino Mountains of Southern California, is filled with breathtaking forest landscapes and beautiful views.
Refreshing People
Everyone that works at Twin Peaks Christian Conference Center is called by God to be here, and is ready to help you during your stay.


Chris Berry


In 1991, Chris became a Christian at age 19. From 1993-94, he attended Calvary Chapel Bible College in Twin Peaks, California. Soon after, Chris was called to Central Mexico to serve with a church plant in Tepic, Nayarit. He returned in 1999, was hired on as an electrician, and helped with Twin Peak Christian Conference Center’s remodel. He then worked as the assistant director before becoming the director in January 2015. He is also a pastor of Calvary Chapel Running Springs, where he served as a worship leader for ten years. He and his wife have been married for fourteen years, and have three beautiful children.

Cathy Jackson

Retreat Coordinator

On April 27th, 1991, Cathy accepted the Lord. Six months later, she attended the School of Evangelism with Horizon Christian Fellowship in San Diego, California. As a part of the school, and then for the following several years, Cathy went on short-term mission trips to the island of Grenada. In 2007, she began to work for Twin Peaks Christian Conference Center, and has been serving ever since.

Tim Kohler

Guest Services & Audio/Visual Technician

Tim has grown up around Twin Peaks Christian Conference Center since he was nine, when his dad worked as an electrician. Tim would volunteer on "work weekends" during the remodel years, then was hired on staff in 2009. He grew up in a Christian home and accepted the Lord when he was five years old; at age thirteen, while attending a Sunday night service at Harvest Christian Fellowship, Tim decided to make his faith his own and went forward to commit his life to serving God. He grew up playing guitar but never wanted to be in worship ministry until 2011 when he heard God call him; he then attended the Calvary Chapel School of Worship and has been playing worship at local churches on the mountain and wherever the Lord opens doors.

Historic Surroundings

Twin Peaks Christian Conference Center was built in the early 1960’s. It was originally a Resort/Conference Center named "The Monte Corona", which hosted conferences, workshops, seminars, and training programs for the LA Teachers Association. It was sold to the California Teachers Association and with its great design and unique mountain appeal, it continued as a perfect retreat, seminar, and training center. Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa bought the center from the Teachers Association in 1975 for use as a Bible College and Conference Center. From 1970 to the mid-1980’s, God abundantly blessed its use to spread the gospel, bless the body of Christ, and train up servants for the Kingdom of God. Twenty years later, both the Conference Center and the Bible College were bursting at the seams and it became apparent that God's desire was to move both ministries to a larger facility. Soon, a large facility was purchased in Murrieta Hot Springs, California, and God again blessed His people as "Murrieta Hot Springs Christian Conference Center" opened its doors. In the fall of 1996, the Bible College moved from Twin Peaks to the new facility and Twin Peaks seemed quiet and still. In 1997, the Twin Peaks facilities were reopened as a retreat center. For over three years it continued hosting retreats for adults and youth overflowing from the youth camp in Green Valley Lake. By the end of the 1990’s, Twin Peaks Christian Conference Center was in need of many repairs. In 2000, a massive remodel project began. On August 17, 2001, the doors of the newly renovated Twin Peaks Christian Conference Center were reopened. A sign at the front office in the lobby read: "Welcome to Calvary Chapel Conference Center Twin Peaks. With God all things are possible".