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A Quick Update on Your Outdoor Ministry



Caroline Furnace is still open to outdoor day use for individuals and families. Guests can come hike and fish (catch and release), and are asked to check in and out at a station outside the office door. Since mid-March, we have been able to provide renewal in the outdoors for over 70 people.


From April to mid-June, single household groups may rent the Farmhouse or Sukkah Village from Thursday to Monday each week. Contact us for more information on single household rentals.


Our staff and Board of Directors remain hopeful that Summer Camp will continue in some way. We are continuing to interview and hire summer staff, and to accept camper registrations with refundable/transferable deposits. Any decisions on Summer Camp operations will be announced on May 15 through email, social media, and our COVID-19 Updates page. We are committed to hiring counselors and providing a Summer Camp program in some way, whether in person, virtual, or a combination of the two.


We continue to book rental groups and recognize that our communities will be especially in need of time together on retreat as soon as it is safe to do so. An availability calendar can be found below.


Please consider a gift to support your outdoor ministries during this time.

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