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Camps and Conference Centers
Thanks to a new partnership at Stony Point Center (SPC) food that might have been thrown away or composted ended up in the hands of immigrants in the community who needed it.
Building on the success of the current youth retreat model and utilizing the value of virtual programming, Johnsonburg Camp & Retreat Center in New Jersey will offer a Social Justice Cohort beginning next month that will provide a forum for high school students to come together to explore issues of racial and social justice and Creation care as a vision and practice within a life of faith.
The Zephyr Point Presbyterian Conference Center in Nevada has been spared, so far, from a furious wildfire raging in California and the Tahoe basin and has become a safe haven for more than 100 people.
Carman Pimms, who for the last several years was the executive director at The Campbell Farm, a retreat center in Wapato, Washington, died in her sleep on Saturday, according to information provided by Campbell Farm board president Michael Friedline. Pimms, a member of the Yakama Nation, was 58.
The first-ever hybrid version of the Presbyterian Association of Musicians’ Worship and Music Conference began in person Sunday from Montreat Conference Center and includes an entirely online offering June 27 through July 2. View the conference livestream schedule here. Register for the online conference here.
Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation Board of Directors awarded grants totaling $182,500 in April to 10 churches or organizations to partially fund outreach projects which enhance or expand their ministry.
For those looking to experience Holy Week in a new and interesting way, the Ferncliff Camp and Conference Center has a solution, Easter-in-a-Basket.
Thanks to a half-dozen gap year staff members, all recent high school graduates, and Patrick Alfieri, an intrepid emerging leading intern, more than 400 children and youth with ties to Johnsonburg Camp and Retreat Center in the northwest corner of New Jersey are celebrating Advent through Advent kits lovingly and thoughtfully prepared and distributed by the camp’s seven staffers.
Fittingly for 2020, here’s a complicated but feel-good Advent story about a Presbyterian camp and conference center in Ohio.
During the Gathering as One online conference of the Presbyterian Church Camp and Conference Association (PCCCA), leaders from around the United States and Canada explored how to enhance intergenerational connections in their outdoor ministries, where everyone — young participants, adults, families and entire church communities — could learn together through a shared faith experience.