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Conference Camping Opportunities  


Camping and Retreat Ministries

Congregations of the Western PA Conference know the importance of strengthening Christ-focused foundations of all disciples.

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One way we nurture this personal growth is through the programs and facilities of our four camps and retreat center. Olmsted Manor, Wesley Woods, Camp Allegheny, and Jumonville are all dedicated to serving the diverse population of Western PA by offering unique experiences for connecting with God, having fun, and developing spiritual maturity in a natural setting.

Join us!

Jessica Gamache’, Camping Coordinator
800.886.3382 ext. 231

Olmsted Manor Retreat Center

Surrounded by the forests of northwestern Pennsylvania, Olmsted Manor Retreat Center, located in Ludlow, PA, provides the great place for private and group retreats. Visit Olmsted


Camp Allegheny

Camp Allegheny, near Somerset, PA, offers campers excitement, energy and experience in the outdoors.  Come to a camp where faith is lived out!  See 2018 Summer Camp Info



Jumonville, nestled on the outskirts of Hopwood, PA, is a place where your life will be changed by the power of God. The Cross of Christ will greet you before you even get here.  See 2018 Summer Camp Info

Wesley Woods

This is Wesley Woods: rustic adventure with the comforts of home, located in Grand Valley, PA. Wesley Woods deepens your spiritual connection as you encounter God through fellowship and worship.    See 2018 Summer Camp Info

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Canadian Wilderness Canoe Trips

July 14-23 AND July 29 – August 7, 2019

Are you looking for a chance to get away from all the noise and demands of the world? Do you want to find a place that’s simpler, quieter, and peaceful; so you can reconnect with God?

Join us for a week of wilderness canoeing and camping in the north woods of Ontario. For seven days and nights we travel through a rugged and beautiful land of lakes, rivers, and forests. Along the way, we look for wildlife and camp on the lakeshore. Around the campfire, we learn about God, the wonders of his creation, and what it means to follow Jesus in community. This trip is physically demanding and involves primitive camping. Previous canoeing and camping experience is helpful, but not necessary. The cost of the trip includes canoeing and camping equipment, most meals, and transportation. Open to adults and teens at least 15 years old. If you are 19 or older, you must have a passport.

2019 Trip Dates: July 14-23, led by Revs. Scott Hamley, Doug Burns, and Craig Lindahl July 29 to August 7, led by Rev. Drew Myers and Lindsey Myers.

For information, contact: Rev. Scott Hamley,, 724.859.6745 Rev. Drew Myers,, 814.221.8828

Cost: $475 for adults 18+, $445 for under 18.

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Upcoming Events: (Call the church for more information – 412-828-9499)