This camp is operated by the Wesleyan Church (Atlantic district) and is located on the beautiful St. John River at Brown's Flat and has been ongoing since 1894. It has beautiful grounds with cottages, some 100 years old, a new 'hotel', a trailer park, a lovely dining hall and the worship center, called The Tabernacle.
This building seats about 500 people and during camp week, it is
pretty well filled. The camp also has kids camps on Caton's Island,
a small island nearby, all summer long.
Don't you love the ceiling? I love all the trusses and braces painted in different colours.
If you could see it in person, you'll note that many brave souls have found their way
up there (via ladder and catwalk) to autograph the beams!
I love the beautiful old and very tall windows all around the tabernacle.
I think that anyone sitting next to this beautiful view would have a difficult
time concentrating on the message from the pulpit!
This is the dining hall.
The newer hotel.
This is the children's tabernacle ~ an old country church moved to the property.
Below are a few of the older cottages/homes at Beulah. Some of these are
about 100 years old and have so much character and charm.
I think my favorite is the middle right. What is yours?
It was raining very hard that afternoon as we walked around and there are
a few blurry drops on my camera lens.
The sun started breaking through the storm clouds just prior to the evening worship service.
After the service I was able to get some beautiful sunset shots.
Isn't that a beautiful spot? It's almost 'heavenly' isn't it?
Imagine all the music and preaching from the Word that Tabernacle has
had for over 100 years!
I hope your week is going well and that you are being blessed.
Blessings and hugs,