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Staff Volunteer for Local Congregation

Circle of Love Luncheon, St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, La Grange, Texas The staff of Lutherhill volunteered at St. Paul’s annual Circle of Love Lunch held on Maundy Thursday. It was a wonderful chance to help serve members with a worship service and meal to honor those 80 years and above. The Lutherhill staff was […]

S’mores and Champagne Gala Was A Success!

The 7th Annual S’mores & Champagne Gala was a success! Three hundred people joined us at the Woodlands Waterway Marriott to celebrate Lutherhill. Guests mixed, mingled and gave generously! The evening began with cocktails and piano music by Bishop Mike Rinehart as the Silent Auction got into full swing. After a delicious surf & turf […]

New Ropes Pavilion!

Through donations, Lutherhill was able to build its very own pavilion for the low ropes and high ropes area.  The donations came in honor of Pastor H. Eldon ‘Cliff’ Akerman who passed away in January.  A big thank you to all who donated and gave to this project! A vast improvement over the last shaded […]

Breaking WiFi Boundaries

With the increase of our guests going mobile at Lutherhill, we have increased both the range and strength of our WiFi service. We have set up configurations so that the WiFi can be accessed around the high traffic area of camp, between the canteen, cabins and the Broesche Family Health and Retreat Center. Wait, there’s more! […]

Program Internship has ended for two

Kyle Pittman, Brenham Texas, and Sam Toler, Houston Texas, began their Program Internship at Lutherhill in September 2012. As interns they lived onsite from September to May, learning about everything from what Lutherhill hospitality is, to developing programs for outdoor ministry. Both have chosen to stay with Lutherhill during the 2013 Summer Camp season. Sam has excepted […]

New Worship Site

Rugged Cross Worship Site We have a new large outdoor worship site at Lutherhill!  Named the Rugged Cross, it sits in the wooded area across the road behind Cabin 1.  Just like Hillside worship is enjoyable for evening sunsets, this worship is great for sunrise services as it overlooks a field facing to the east. […]