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Dear Camp People,
One of our core values at Crossways is taking care of Creation. Each of our sites has a Managed Forestry Plan, and we work with dedicated volunteers and professionals to tend to the health of the forest and the land.
At Waypost, most of the land is further protected by a Conservation Easement. We partner with North Central Conservancy Trust to protect the land (and water!) of Waypost and Mission Lake. 
Every year, we meet up with NCCT to walk the property as they monitor how well we are caring for the property and the many species of plants and animals that call Waypost home. In addition to walking the entire Discovery Trail, this year NCCT brought a drone to help us get a new perspective on this beautiful place. 
(left) The NCCT visiting volunteer and Executive Director operate the drone controls
(center) The NCCT drone over Mission lake
(right) New Waypost Director Andrew Templeman has arrived at camp!
Join Our Team: Summer Staff Applications Open
There's so many opportunities for you to grow into your future career, and more importantly, into who you are as a human being. We have experience working with summer staff and their colleges to count this incredible experience as an official internship. Watch this video to hear former staff explain why this is the best job ever. Apply today or share this opportunity with a young leader.
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We partner with Cynthia Halverson at the ELCA Foundation to help you manage your planned and estate giving. Contact the Crossways office for more information, or reach out directly to
Coming Soon… Summer Camp Registration
We're putting the finishing touches on camp registration. New this year – software that makes it easier to register and complete the process. Look for Registration to open in early December!

At Crossways, we love Camp People -- the donors, advocates, and supporters who make this mission possible. Because of you, we are bringing people together in Christ, so that lives are changed and communities enhanced


Grace Abounds,

Rev. Sharon L. S. Cook,

executive director