Michigan Area United Methodist Camping


Spirituality, Faith-Formation Practices Nurtured at Camp

Most U.S. parents, regardless of their faith identity or practice, want their children to “have a healthy relationship with spirituality,” according to a recent study by the Barna Group. Yet parents are also concerned this is not happening – nearly 75% of U.S. parents said so. Continue reading “Michigan Area United Methodist Camping”

Swift Nature Camp

The benefits of spending time in nature, in the fresh open air, are well documented. For sleepaway camps, the great outdoors is as much a part of their culture as campfires and singing. For some camps, however, it’s much more than just a passing mention, it’s an integral piece of their program that reflects an intentional approach to child development. Such is the case with Swift Nature Camp. Continue reading “Swift Nature Camp”