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Camp Michigamme celebrates 100 years

People singing during worship

A centennial celebration honoring Camp Michigamme, the Northern Skies District camp, was held on August 13, 2022, with over one hundred people attending.

Camp community shows up

Campers at Lake Louise Christian Summer Camp

Liz Carr tells a story of how campers at Lake Louise showed up to surround a fellow camper with love and care following the unexpected death of his mother.

Michigan camp sites ‘in this together’

Members of the new camping association

The six camps affiliated with the Michigan Conference of The United Methodist Church enter a new season of collaboration as they share wisdom and seek common ground.

Three great gifts of Christian camping

Camping at Lake Michigan Camp & Retreat

The Rev. David Berkey, Executive Director of Michigan Area United Methodist Camping, talks about the powerful spiritual gifts of camping.

A camp remembered as ‘a deciding place’

Tabernacle at Crystal Springs Camp

Life-changing decisions have been made at Crystal Springs for 160 years. Now, as the Pokagon Band develops the site, the Creator remains present, sharing “lessons in every leaf and rock.”

Summer is coming at UM camps

Summer

Wondering what to give that special person for Christmas? How about a chance to renew, recreate, and reconnect at a United Methodist camp? There are opportunities for all ages in … Continue Reading Summer is coming at UM camps

Our children take us to Bethlehem

Children color

When traditional things, like Christmas pageants and plays, are not possible, creative alternatives help tell the story. Children of the Central Bay District churches share their views of Jesus’ birth. 

Judson Collins to be decommissioned

Judson Collins Center to be decommissioned after 67 years as a religious campground.

Those gathered at Judson Collins Center will have the opportunity to walk the grounds one last time on November 7th before the site is decommissioned as a United Methodist Camp.

Campers find frogs and Jesus

Campers and counselors at camp

Does camping change lives? Yes, you bet! Hear comments from some of the 1,100 campers who spent summer weeks together at one of the five great United Methodist camp and… Continue Reading Campers find frogs and Jesus

Reflections of a family camper

People on the dunes at Lake Michigan

Her experience of Lake Michigan Camp began in the 1980s. Part of the Jackson First UMC Family group since 2007, she looks forward to another summer.

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