The Don Lee Center announced a partnership with Murphy-Brown, LLC in our efforts to build a new Environmental Education Center! We are thrilled to unveil this partnership and recognize our shared commitment to environmental stewardship and education. On August 27, 2011, Don Lee lost its “Nature Hut” during Hurricane Irene. While devastated at the loss,… [Continue Reading]
Online registration is open for all three camps! We’ve got familiar favorites and new activities for days filled with fun in a friendly, Christian atmosphere.
Since the loss of the Camp Don Lee pier during Hurricane Irene, many people have contacted us and said “I want to help rebuild the pier.” They have said, “When you get ready let me know how I can help.” We are ready! We need your help. Every person who has any interest in the… [Continue Reading]
I can still remember the first day I spent at Don Lee. I had brought a youth group in for a retreat, and we had arrived on a Friday evening, and because it had been a school day, it had been a long day. We got in late that night and after a few activities… [Continue Reading]
Focused on one essential ministry, NC UM Camp and Retreat Ministries, Inc. oversees three amazing locations in God’s great outdoors. Located throughout the North Carolina Annual Conference, Chestnut Ridge, Don Lee, and Rockfish offer a variety of programs for all ages.
The NC United Methodist Camp & Retreat Ministries, Inc. is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) tax exempt corporation chartered in 1992 to own and operate camp and retreat centers formerly owned by the North Carolina Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church. Currently, the corporation oversees the operations of three camp sites: Chestnut Ridge, Don Lee, and… [Continue Reading]
By Ben Williams, pastor at St. Marks UMC, Raleigh I remember that my parents thought it was a great idea. I also remember thinking quite the opposite. I was seven years old and fresh out of first grade. I was ready for a summer filled with bike rides, trips to the pool and a week… [Continue Reading]