Floating, Hiking, Crafting, or Hanging with the Spirit!
July 16-19, 2020
For: Women, ages 18+
Cost: $256 (Early Registration), $271 (Regular)
Note: Minimum must be met by Early bird discount – please register before April 15, 2020. Registration will be open after this date if minimum is met (until the camp is full).
Join us in communing with God and nature in this nurturing women’s weekend. You’ll have a chance to choose your own adventure each day as you decide to float or paddle down a nearby river, to hike at camp or on nearby trails, or to hang out around camp crafting, swimming, and taking part in other activities. This event will be held in Upper Memorial Lodge so you will enjoy the newly added air conditioning as well as plenty of room for craft tables and fellowship. Other adventures may include exploring some of the nearby attractions like the Richland B & O Trail, nearby golf courses, or more. Of course, we will have time for campfires, laughing, and fellowship as we connect with each other and reconnect with God. You’ll return home with a renewed spirit and a new perspective of God’s creation! So grab some friends and sign up today!
Note: Arrive 6:30pm Thursday July 16, (please eat dinner before you come) and we will conclude Sunday, July 19, with breakfast and worship.
Canoeing: Brenda Horton (she/her/hers), American Canoe Association (ACA), Level 2 River Essentials Canoe Instructor will lead the canoeing track for this event which will include classroom and on the water training where participants will receive an ACA skill card. After successfully completing this training participants will accompany her on selected sections of a nearby river and enjoy the beauty of Ohio’s scenic riverways.
Faith Formation: Robin Stanley (she/her/hers) will lead the rest of the weekend events including devotions and worship. Robin is an attorney by day, and she is a licensed minister called to serve the Hartsgrove Community Church, U.C.C. in Ashtabula County. Robin has been active in Outdoor Ministries for over 30 years as camper, counselor, and director, and is currently the chairperson for the Steering Committee of Lantern Fellowship, the Heartland Conference’s fall and spring women’s weekend. She enjoys all different kinds of outdoor activities including hiking, canoeing, and crafting in her free time.