Facilities

You’ll enjoy views of Lake Huron from almost all of our five buildings. Scroll down to learn about our overnight accommodations, meeting spaces and dining services.

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Two twins and a queen bed.

Littleton Lodge

Littleton Lodge features 14 guest rooms (each with 1 queen/2 twins) connected via two interior corridors. All rooms feature a private bath with dual sinks outside the shower area. Each room has its own heating/air-conditioning unit and all towels and linens are provided.

2″ memory foam mattress pads provide a comfortable night’s rest for all our guests.

Each corridor has a small lounge and connects to a large central lounge with a beautiful lakeside view.

Two twins and a queen bed.
Large group spaces around the fireplace.

Gathering Spaces

A gas fireplace at the center of the building provides guests a place to gather, enjoy a cup of coffee while watching freighters on the lake, or catch on the day’s activities. Complimentary beverage stations are located on the first floor outside the guest rooms and outside the meeting rooms.

On the second floor (accessible by elevator or stairs), two identical meeting spaces can be set up according to the needs of your group. Ceiling-mounted LCD projectors and electric keyboards are available in each meeting room. The rooms can accommodate up to 70 people (worship style) and around 48 at tables.

Board games and puzzles are available for guests to enjoy during their stay and can be found on the second floor of the lodge. A small gift shop features apparel, craft items and toiletries.

Large group spaces around the fireplace.

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Accommodates up to 6 people per room

Ragland Lodge

Ragland Lodge, located across the parking lot from Littleton, is a motel-style unit with eight guest suites (each has 2 bunk beds and 2 single twins) for a total of 48 beds. A table with four chairs is provided — perfect for board games, puzzles and conversation. Complimentary coffee, tea and cocoa are in each room, along with all linens. Each guest room has a private bath with dual-sink vanities and a shower. Each room has its own heating/air-conditioning unit.

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Then, because so many people were coming and going that they did not even have a chance to eat, he said to them, “Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest.”   Mark 6:31

Relax by the fire - no television. There is Wi-Fi.

Water’s Edge Cottage

At the Water’s Edge is a private cottage available to clergy and laity for the specific purpose of spiritual growth and study. The cottage sleeps four (two bedrooms each with a queen bed) and comes with a fully equipped kitchen and internet service.

The attached private deck with picnic table and gas grill, plus a fire ring in the yard offer more opportunities for cottage guests to relax and recharge.

Book Cottage
Relax by the fire - no television. There is Wi-Fi.

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Poole Chapel

The Chapel sits on the ridge overlooking Lake Michigan. It serves as a multipurpose area and can seat up to 120 guests. It features a grand piano, LCD Projector and microphone for a speaker.

Kresge Dining Hall

Our dining hall has a spectacular view of Lake Huron and seats up to 120 guests. Like many of our facilities it features two gas fireplaces. The Food Service Department provides up-to-date menus utilizing fresh and healthy products. Special dietary needs are addressed on an individual basis.

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  • 8794 Lakeshore Road
    Burtchville MI 48059-1115

    Fax: 810-327-6223
    Office: 810-327-6272
    Rev. Ann Emerson, Director (Ex. 201)
    Jade Malik, Guest Services Coordinator (Ex. 200)

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We were host to the Michigan Area School for Licensed Local Pastors this week. They raised an incredible $1,000 for our roofing project and we are profoundly grateful. They issue a challenge to upcoming groups to do the same! Gifts to this project will be matched by the Michigsn Area Camping Board. Our deepest thanks to instructors and students for their generosity. ... See MoreSee Less

We were host to the Michigan Area School for Licensed Local Pastors this week. They raised an incredible $1,000 for our roofing project and we are profoundly grateful. They issue a challenge to upcoming groups to do the same! Gifts to this project will be matched by the Michigsn Area Camping Board. Our deepest thanks to instructors and students for their generosity.

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