Events

Year-round Program Registration Options:

1.  Try our online registration form.

2.  Traditional paper forms can be downloaded and printed from the links below.

Winter

Senior High Winter Retreat

Jan. 5-7, 2018

Fun in the snow at LCLC. Get re-acquainted with your camp friends from summer and make new friends for next year. Come and see what LCLC is all about.

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4th-8th Grade Winter Retreat

March 2-4, 2018

A taste of summer in the middle of winter. Bible studies, sledding, campfires, games, singing, great food, and great friends. Don’t miss out on this great time.

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Youth Leader’s Training Event

March 23-24, 2018
Sponsored by “Organic Youth” and LCLC, this event is designed for volunteer and paid youth leaders with any level of experience.

Spring

Adopt-A-Project Work Day

April 21, 2018

A special day devoted to groups and individuals for taking on a predetermined project.  Contact the office for a list of potential projects up for “adoption.”

My Mentor & Me Day

May 19, 2018

A great day for Grandparents and Grandchildren, Aunts or Uncles with Nieces or Nephews, Mothers or Fathers with Daughters or Sons, or any mentor and youth. We will spend quality, unplugged time together playing outside, hiking and exploring in nature, and there will be time available to enjoy the beauty of Lake Chautauqua and everything LCLC has to offer!

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Summer

Summer Camp 2018

June 24 – August 3, 2018

Mini Camp, Classic Youth Camps, Recruits in Advanced Training for Service (RATS), Sailing Camps, Senior High Week, Leaders In Training, Night Owls, Confirmation Camp, and Horse Camp.

Fall

Adult Fall Retreat

September 21-23, 2018

A program of learning, fellowship, faith, and fun for adults.  Program, food, and lodging take place in our hotel-style Retreat Center.

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Blacksmithing for Beginners

October 13, 20118

Join us for a day of forging and fellowship in which you’ll be introduced to the basic blacksmithing techniques of fire management, drawing-out, upsetting, cutting, bending, and twisting. Using these techniques you will heat a piece of iron to brilliant glow and with anvil, hammer, and tongs create a decorative and useful piece of ironwork.