The Innkeepers at Indian Rock Acres
We are so blessed to be the recipients of God's grace through the generous gift of the Sullivan House and the Indian Rock Acres estate. We look forward to many years of service to our individuals and families through our complimentary retreats, Family Fun Days, and other activities. Indian Rock Acres also serves other faith-based non-profits, our day program participants and individuals in our Home and Community program.
A property of this magnitude requires a lot of maintenance and loving care which is the responsibility of our innkeepers Glenn and Millie Martin. Glenn and Millie, formerly of Mount Joy, joined us in May 2014. Millie is serving as our Hospitality Director. From the moment our guests arrive she makes them feel welcomed and pampered. Millie has been a school and church secretary and absolutely loves working in the garden, growing flowers, and preparing delicious meals. Upon meeting her, you will agree that her humble spirit and warm smile are obvious proof of her hospitality gift.
Millie's husband Glenn, provides maintenance support looking after the 4 1/2 acres of property including the in-ground pool, the cottage, and the Sullivan House. Glenn is always in motion as he works to keep this beautiful estate in pristine condition. Previously Glenn worked for Engle Business/Toshiba and in maintenance for St. John's Herr Estate in Columbia. Glenn and Millie have three grown children and six grandchildren. They are grateful to be a part of this new ministry to the individuals we serve, parents, and families.
Retreat and Respite Testimony
"I want to thank you for hosting us for Family Fun Day! We were blessed by your gracious hospitality. Indian Rock Acres is a lovely place and the perfect setting for a restful retreat.
Your willingness to invest in our lives validates my attempts at parenting Kensie as honorable and worthwhile. It is challenging to relate to someone you have just met, and even more of a challenge with someone who has difficulty responding in appropriate ways. You showed you care by rising to that challenge and trying to engage in a meaningful way. And ‘meaningful’ to Kensie is not easily measured; even as her mother, I am still learning that her definition of enjoyment is much different than my own. Whatever her response, I am sure she felt Christ’s love through you.
Thank you for giving your time to serve us at Fun Day. God bless you for your encouragement to us families!"
From a parent who attended a Family Fun Day