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Almont Summer School:  The W’s

Who:  Almont is a multi-general camp, whose age range from newborn to people in their 90’s.  While it is a member of the Swedenborgian Church, all are welcome to attend and explore issues of life and faith.

Children: Children are given a full day of programming including swimming, crafts, and religious education.

Adults: Have a structured morning of a lecture and discussion group, but have the afternoon free to socialize with the other campers.

Where: In the farm fields of Michigan, north of detroit in the quite village of Almont.

When: Our Almont Summer School session is generally held the last full week of July every year.

What:  Every year, the camp has a theme, usually taken from the Bible.  From the youngest camper to the oldest, people study and discuss the passages and lessons and how they relate to their lives.   The lessons and the camp are centered on our desire to manifest the Love of God to our neighbor.  Our facilities and program give us ample opportunity to explore new relationships and learn lessons that last a lifetime.



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