Welcome to Silver Lake Camp!

We're glad you're here! Silver Lake is a place where young people experience nature, make new friends, and explore their faith. With more than 60 acres of wooded land on lakeside shores, Silver Lake offers many opportunities for young people to take risks and try new things with the support of an intentional Christian community. 

Time and again we hear from our campers: "Silver Lake is where I can be the real me!" We invite you to take the plunge this summer and find your true self, new friends, and a closer connection to God.

We worship, learn, play, serve, and work together, respecting the right of private judgement. We seek to provide a safe environment of acceptance regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation, reflecting our unity in Christ and respecting the faith journeys of all of God’s children.

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News and Blog Posts

Guest Post: Environmental Justice for All

Silver Lake hosted the third Environmental Justice for All! training retreat for youth of color May 20-22, 2016. One of the counselors, longtime Silver ...

Widening the Welcome: Silver Lake and Legacy Foundation

By Jennifer Kronholm Clark Silver Lake has always been committed to welcoming every young person who wants to come to camp, regardless of ability to pay. ...

Black Lives Matter Banner Defaced at SLCC

Conference leaders are calling for a renewed focus on combatting racism following an incident at the Silver Lake Conference Center, where a Black Lives Matter ...

Investing in a Vision: The 1957 Purchase of Silver Lake

By Rev. Karl Duetzmann Alumni Chaplain/Historian/Archivist As we turn the page to a new chapter in Silver Lake’s history with our new director Ryan, it’s a...
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Silver Lake Conference Center

Silver Lake Conference Center is the home of the Outdoor Ministries of the Connecticut Conference of the United Church of Christ.
Click here to read our Mission Statement.

223 Low Road | Sharon, CT 06069 | 860.364.5526 | Fax: 860.364.1000 | slcc@ctucc.org