Posts By: Murphy Felton

Exploring Core Values

Posted by & filed under General, LOG, Stories of Ministry.

These are Mount Hermon’s core values that drive “the how” behind the calling of Lives Transformed. Beyond creating a filter and a standard for what happens here, they reflect the heart and desire of what we have been called to do. Relational We engage in purposeful, deep, and enduring relationships as an intentional, Christ-like community. […]

The Samuelson Pavilion

Posted by & filed under Building Projects, General, LOG, Stories of Ministry.

On July 30, over 300 Redwood campers from past and present, staff, friends, and family all gathered under the Samuelson Pavilion to dedicate it to God’s glory and service. The Samuelson Pavilion has been a project of dreams for years, and this last summer came to fruition. Dick Dosker, former Redwood Camp Director (1956–1989) captured […]

A Dream Comes to Fruition: Redwood Pavilion

Posted by & filed under Alumni, Building Projects, General, Stories of Ministry.

On July 30th, over 300 Redwood campers from past and present, staff, friends, and family all gathered under the Samuelson Pavilion to dedicate it to God’s glory and service. The Samuelson Pavilion has been a project of dreams for years, and this last summer came to fruition. Dick Dosker, former Redwood Camp Director (1956-1989) captured the […]

A Simple Click

Posted by & filed under General, LOG, Staff News, Stories of Ministry.

   Two students sit on the benches outside of the Creative Services office wielding their phones and chatting about the upcoming summer. “Did you see the video? Here, let me show you.” Huddled around a phone and with a simple click, together they watch a sneak peak of the exciting things that will happen at […]

Summer Themes Revealed!

Posted by & filed under General, Youth.

It’s no doubt one of the questions we get asked the most: What the theme this summer? Well, we are excited to announce all of the themes for the different camp centers! Kidder Creek: The theme for campers at Kidder Creek is “Masterpiece Restored.” Campers will learn that they are uniquely created by God with […]

Memorial Service RSVP

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We are looking forward to celebrating the life and ministry of Roger Williams with you on October 26th, at 2:30 PM at Mount Hermon. In order to help us plan effectively, it would be helpful to know you are coming by October 21st. There are details on Rachel’s blog as well as Roger’s Page about […]

Mount Hermon Summer in Review

Posted by & filed under Kidder Creek, LOG, Stories of Ministry.

What an amazing summer at Mount Hermon! It is humbling to look back and see how God was at work this summer in the lives of over 10,000 people who participated in a Mount Hermon camp. This summer was spiritually and programmatically spectacular. Here’s a look at what took place at Mount Hermon this summer […]

A Video Announcement from Roger and Rachel Williams

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Dear Friend of Mount Hermon, I’d like to bring you up to date about important matters concerning Mount Hermon’s future. As you know we have been anticipating and preparing for a leadership transition, even before Roger’s diagnosis with cancer in 2012. We expected to be in the process of recruiting a new CEO at about […]

Volunteer Partners — Shared Benefit

Posted by & filed under Kindling, Volunteer.

  Mount Hermon has hundreds of Volunteer Partners, serving here each year in many ways. Wherever they’re involved you can catch their joy and teamwork in unforgettable experiences that exemplify our mission of “Lives Transformed.” They are committed friends and true Partners with us. Each year their hours contributed at Mount Hermon, Whisper Canyon and Kidder Creek are […]

Alumnus Andrew Summers Joins Full-Time Staff

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By Lisa Olson Director of Program Ministries and Marketing In September the Advancement Team gained a new member. Andrew Summers has been attending Mount Hermon camps since the age of 8 and has spent the last six summers on staff at both Ponderosa Lodge and the Conference Center. Andrew’s decision to pursue full-time ministry as […]