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Luther Park Bible Camp

Luther Park Bible Camp Luther Park Bible Camp

This fall, Luther Park Bible Camp in Chetek began a new expansion project with a new $2.2 million Ministry Center. The Building & Rejoicing Campaign is underway in support of the project. This building will host over 280 individuals on the main level, have large and small meeting rooms, additional restrooms, a larger storm shelter and future housing/retreat space. Luther Park has been blessed by generous donors who are matching funds raised by Luther Park churches. For any funds donated to the Building & Rejoicing Campaign from Menomonie-area churches in 2019–2021, anonymous donors will match up to $100,000, dollar for dollar. For any funds donated to any supporting churches of Luther Park from 2019 to 2021, Dave and Carolyn Cleveland will match funds up to $500,000. Luther Park invites everyone to join in their fundraising efforts so that they may continue to reach more people as partners in faith: Building Faith Lives & Rejoicing in the Holy Spirit. “It’s exciting, knowing the history of a place like Luther Park, to see steps being taken to ensure an even brighter future that will open Luther Park to even more year-round opportunities, all while preserving some of that rich history that Luther Park Bible Camp is known for. This is an exciting period in the history of this place,” said Pastor Josh Toufar.

“It’s really about the ministry. Our partnership with churches in support of growing faith lives by getting kids to camp, as well as adults, to help support and nurture their faith,” said executive director Keith Newman.

Reach out to your local ELCA church to double your donation dollars or contact camp for donation questions. Donations can be given online, by mailing a check, through an ELCA church, or by direct transfer.

Information can be obtained through their website or by contacting Newman or development director Kellee Petik at 715-859-2215.