Yesterday, Lakeshore had the honor of attending the fifth annual Dossie Wheatley Memorial Golf Tournament. The late Rev. Dossie Wheatley was a Methodist minister who loved his church, Lakeshore and golf. Each year, his wife Nancy (pictured above) gathers his closest friends, retired clergy and family to celebrate his memory at one of his favorite … Continue reading Dossie Wheatley’s Legacy Continues through Memorial Golf Tournament
For where two or three have gathered together in My name, I am there in their midst. -Matthew 18:20 This one verse in Matthew is so important to the work we do here at camp. We experience God all over the place. In all the activities we do, whether swimming in the pool, … Continue reading A New Place to Gather
Can you believe it? We are barely through putting camp back together and making it look awesome for all our upcoming retreats, and we have already set the schedule for 2018! We are gathering leadership and making plans, shaking things up and honoring old traditions. Most of all, we are preparing for another summer of … Continue reading Summer Camp 2018: Dates and Rates Revealed!
As a Methodist camp, we are big on connection. We believe our ministry is an extension of the ministries our congregational friends are providing every day. We also know that as a church family, it is our responsibility to reach out to those outside our walls, invite them in, and be there for them in … Continue reading It Takes a Village to Raise the Campership Fund
Occasionally, we get the honor of meeting someone larger than life. Katy Branston was one of those people. She crammed a lot of life, love and adventure into her 29 years. When she passed away, memorials were held for her in five different cities, all across the country. Now, as a lasting memorial to her … Continue reading What Katy Did
My name is Jennie, and I work at camp as the Director of Communications and Development. My job is mostly based in the office and on the road, but during camp, I try to hang out and do some camp things. After all, campers have a way of teaching and showing adults things that sometimes … Continue reading The “Camper” Without a Cabin