COVID-19 Update - August 1, 2020

According to the Governor’s office, Lane County has been approved for Phase 2 operations this week. Camp Lutherwood Oregon is following the guidelines of the local health authorities and government mandates to ensure the safety of families, guests, volunteers and our staff. In an effort to remain safe and healthy, camp is shifting into a phase of being open for guests by private appointment only. You must contact our office to make arrangements about time and date to ensure that we are able to accommodate all safety requirements. Please contact us at 541-998-6444 or office@lutherwoodoregon.org for more information and to make your request. Click here for up-to-date news on Camp’s response to COVID.


Camp lutherwood - a place set apart

Camp Lutherwood Oregon’s mission is to be a place set apart for all people, where radical hospitality is encountered by all who walk across our bridge. The events of the past weeks have reignited important conversations within our organization, prompting the following question. Do all people feel welcome at camp? Although we work hard to welcome all, we are not able to give an unqualified “yes” in response.

Camp Lutherwood Oregon is committed to listening, reaching out beyond our circle, and diligently working on practical ways to be part of the change. We stand with those whose lives are in danger because of the color of their skin, especially our Black siblings.

Camp Lutherwood Oregon is a place set apart and we know that God’s Spirit moves in powerful ways through the community of camp. We believe that all of humanity is created in the image of God and we re-commit to live that out in new and tangible ways so that everyone has an opportunity to encounter a place set apart.

Spirit of Harvest-AUGUST

Spirit of harvest - October 7, 2020

Join us for a fun and interactive online event celebrating the Spirit of Harvest that lives year-round at Camp Lutherwood Oregon. Despite the challenges of the past year, including the destruction of our main lodge from the fire and the suspension of summer programs due to COVID-19, there is much to celebrate and share. The Harvest Festival you have come to know and love it taking on a new virtual format for this year. Hear our story of rising from the ashes, impacting the lives of kids and families through the pandemic, experience our brand-new Dining Hall by virtual tour and help us grow into our future. Please stay tuned for updates on this online event!