Hiking the trails, singing by the campfire, playing games … all childhood camp fun. But this camp is not just for kids — it’s for people of all ages. Make connections, build friendships and experience nature together as a family — with other families — in an environment where diverse religious, spiritual and theological perspectives are welcomed and celebrated.
at Amigo Centre in Sturgis, Michigan
July 14-19, 2015
- With programs for children drawing upon the natural environment
- Workshops for adults on spiritual practices
- Multigenerational activities for fun and building friendships
- Unitarian Universalist-style worship experiences for families and people of all ages
- Variety of accommodations from tent camping to dormitory-style in West Shore Lodge or hotel-like rooms in the Retreat Center
This year's featured program: THE SHAPES OF LIBERAL RELIGION
Does faith have a shape? Do faith communities have a geometry? Let's find out through a series of actions, reflections, interactions, ponderings, and challenges that build on your own personal experiences seen through the lens of shared community. Come prepared to think about the ways in which being in liberal religious communities of memories and hope, values and vision invites us to be mindful and a little daring about the architecture of our faith.
Our presenter is The Rev. Dr. Randolph W.B. Becker ("Randy") who is virtually a life-long Universalist Unitarian and is now in his 43rd year of Parish and Religious Education ministry in our movement (currently serving ONE ISLAND FAMILY - the Southernmost Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Key West, Conch Republic). He was the founder of the Sophia Fahs Religious Education Camp on Long Island, NY, which is celebrating its 35th Anniversary in August. Author, educator, preacher, father, grandfather, and spiritual tourist/guide, Randy draws energy from his deep roots and his broad wings.