TAC is a retreat center dedicated to fostering spiritual renewal and creative thinking in a quiet and reflective environment. We seek to model a way of life that cares for the people we serve and for creation.
TAC is governed by a volunteer board and managed by full-time resident directors. The center is supported, in part, by generous donations and grants from the Foundation for the Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming.
Your hosts at TAC are Jay and Connie Moody who have served in this role since 2007. Both have a broad background in hospitality, accounting and business ownership.
Jay and Connie actively oversee the daily operations of the facilities, lodging and food service programs. Every guest at TAC will see one or both of them over the length of their stay.
“Whether through offering exceptional menus or inspiring garden environments, it is our goal to assure that TAC provides the atmosphere and services which result in a fulfilling experience for our guests.” – Jay Moody
Stephanie Rose (President)
The Rev Douglas Sunderland, LCSW (Vice President)
Jane Dominick (Secretary)
Connie Moody (Treasurer)
The Rev Lori Modesitt (Bishop’s representative)
TAC was founded by the Rev Daphne Grimes, an Episcopal priest, in 1989. It has been Daphne’s dream to cultivate a center of excellence to support and encourage individuals’ and artists’ spiritual journeys. She has gifted TAC to the Foundation for the Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming to ensure its longevity.
TAC is located in Cody, Wyoming, just 52 miles from Yellowstone National Park’s East Entrance. The thriving community of Cody has a population of nearly 10,000 and is surrounded by public land with exciting and diverse recreational opportunities.