Looking for a place to rest, relax and reconnect with the Lord and other women? Here is your opportunity!
Place: Doubling Gap Center Cabins, 1550 Doubling Gap Road, Newville, PA
Date: September 11-13, 2020
Cost: $50, check payable to Mt. Laurel Church of God
Sign up on clipboard on the Sisters' in Joy room door. Please mark all appropriate check boxes. Deadline for sign up and payment is August 31st. If you are not physically coming to the church, please contact Michelle at the church office or Pamela Miller at 717-512-3681.
Ladies, you are encouraged to join us for a fun, relaxing and carefree weekend. There will be NO planned programming but there will be music, games, conversation and laughter. We ask you to bring your own breakfast and lunch for 2 days. Saturday dinner will be Camp's famous BBQ chicken served at the Camp Lodge.
The 4 cabins overlook Lake Henrietta. Each cabin has 3 rooms, a kitchen/meeting room, sleeping room (sleeps 10-12 persons in bunk beds) and a bathroom (2 toilets, 2 showers, and 2 sinks). One cabin is handicap accessible. The cabins have electricity, heating/AC, flushing toilets and running water. The cabins all have names of trees and have a front porch to enjoy anytime throughout the weekend. When you drive up to the cabins, they are from left to right, Cedar, Oak, Sycamore and Poplar.
Masks will not be required. If you prefer a "mask only" cabin, please indicate on the sign-up sheet. If you would like to attend on Saturday only, please do. There is lots of open space to enjoy!
You will need to bring your own bedding for a single bed, pillow, towel, wash cloth, toiletries, Bible, something to write with, flashlight, bug spray, sturdy shoes and a refillable water bottle for outdoor walking, casual clothing, jacket (for cool nights), umbrella (if we have liquid sunshine).
Breakfast and lunch on Saturday and Sunday are on your own and at your leisure. There is a toaster, microwave, griddle, crockpot and coffee pot in each cabin. Please bring your own beverages. The water in the cabin is safe to drink (it comes from a spring high in the mountain). You may choose to talk to your cabin mates before arrival to coordinate meals. You can also bring any games you enjoy playing. A folding chair may be helpful for outdoor seating.