The Central Texas Conference of The United Methodist Church and the Glen Lake Camp and Retreat Center family announce their new Executive Director, Natalie Davidson. Bishop Lowry said, “We are delighted to have Natalie become a part of the Central Texas Conference staff as the Executive Director of Glen Lake Camp. She brings a heart […]
Gather ’round and take a seat! You don’t want to miss this! Adventures, jokes, heartwarming tales, and growth are just some of the intrigues our Summer Staffer, Alex Moore, would bring to small group, break-outs, activities and snack shack times. Best known for his fantastic story telling; Alex would share with kids young and old, stories […]
Five weeks of camp down, and I can’t put into words how much Glen Lake has already made its mark on my life. Between countless dance parties, ridiculous costumes, pool parties, the best worship, and everything in between; I have learned so much about life, faith, and community. So here’s a list of just a […]
Glen Lake had the distinct honor of visiting with some of our distinguished alumni, Richard and Joan Hunt. They visited Glen Lake Camp last week and jumped right into our festivities and even stopped to prune some landscaping around the Chapel. Richard and Joan shared stories of their early days at Glen Lake that began over 70 years ago! […]
I’ve officially been a Glen Lake Lead Summer Staffer for one week and have loved every second of getting to know the guys and girls I will be serving alongside all summer. I think what has amazed me most, is hearing how each staffer ended up at Glen Lake. Some had been planning to work at Glen Lake their whole life and some had […]
“The Work God Is Doing Here” When I was the Chaplain at the Methodist Children’s Home I remember working with at risk kids and families there. For most of the kids we served at the Home they came from no experience of church or very little. For many of them the first time they had […]
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