Health & Safety Announcement

Cedar Lake Ministries is diligently monitoring information about COVID-19 and will continue to adhere and respond to all State and Federal guidelines, with utmost concern for the safety of our guests and staff. We maintain a high standard of cleanliness at all our facilities on a regular basis. With current concerns, we have reviewed and implemented additional protocols for an even more rigorous response to COVID-19.
 
In accordance with the guidance of the CDC and the state of Indiana, our RV Park is open for the foreseeable. For your safety and that of other campers, please continue to practice social distancing, frequent hand washing and other health hygiene practices for our collective benefit. 
 
We are in close contact with Christian Camp & Conference Association and other national professional camping and retreat organizations to effectively meet this challenge. We encourage all to be in prayer for those outside of our community who have been affected. If you have further questions, please direct those to info@cedarlakeministries.org or call (219) 545-7292 (Host).

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Response to COVID-19

Cedar Lake Ministries staff continues to abide by Governor Holcomb’s Back on Track Plan along with federal, state and local mandates.

 

  • All staff is required to log their temperature prior to their work day.
  • Guests will have temperature taken at their first meal and every morning at breakfast. 
  • For those not having meals, temperatures will be taken at check in.
  • If a staff member or guest has a fever, as outlined by the CDC, it is reported to the Executive Director or Cedar Lake Ministries staff. They will be required to leave the premises and steps will be enacted to mitigate any spread or exposure.
  • Masks are required in all buildings per the current mandate by Governor Holcomb. It is in effect until October 17, 2020
  • If you are outside, and socially distanced, masks are not required per the current mandate by Governor Holcomb that is in effect until October 17, 2020.
  • Hand sanitizer and masks are available for staff and guests.

 

Dining

  • Per the local health department, Oaks Dining Hall is set up as smaller tables with no more than six chairs at each table. We have reduced the number of seating in the dining hall to accommodate our guests and to comply with our local health department. 
  • According to current mandates – masks are worn into the dining hall, in the food and beverage line, and while walking in the dining hall. Masks may be removed to eat and drink while sitting at your table. 
  • Food Service Staff will serve food to all guests. It is not buffet style, still all you can eat, just served cafeteria style. We are serving in this manner to limit contact points among multiple people.
  • Cleaning and sanitizing occurs regularly.
  • Hand Sanitizer is available to all guests upon entry into the dining hall, along with access to restrooms to wash hands with soap and water. 

 

Housing/Housekeeping

  • The housekeeping staff at Cedar Lake Ministries is taking the health and well-being of our guests very seriously. Here are a few things we have added to our cleaning rotation to keep you safe during your retreat.
  • A disinfectant approved by the CDC and EPA is being used to disinfect for a wide range of viruses, including Covid-19. This disinfectant is used camp-wide to clean lodging, communal bathrooms, and commonly touched surfaces before you arrive.
  • Consistently disinfecting commonly touched surfaces (door handles, door knobs, stall handles & locks, light switches etc) a minimum of three times a day in all communal restrooms and meeting spaces.
  • Housekeepers are adding disinfectant to in-house laundry, room towels and towels used for cleaning.
  • The office is now giving extra soaps and shampoo by request only.
We encourage all to be in prayer for those outside of our community who have been affected. If you have further questions, please direct those to info@cedarlakeministries.org or call (219) 374-5941.

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Cottage #80

This winterized cottage is situated on a 16,400 sq.ft. lot in the woods and features 2 bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen, and living room with a total living space of 600 sq. ft.
 
It could be a nature lover’s paradise with mature trees, wild flowers and forest animals abound. Use of a swimming lake, boat dock, playground are amenities when you own this property.
 
Asking Price: $35,000.
 
Contact: Brent at the Cedar Lake Ministries office, 219-374-5941

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Winter Market 2019 Partnership Event

Cedar Lake Ministries and the Cedar Lake Farmers Market are teaming up to present the Winter Market on the Lake. This one-of-a-kind event will feature booths from nearly 100 local vendors and will take place on the grounds of Cedar Lake Ministries. The Winter Market will be indoors for your warmth and convenience and is taking place December 6-7, 2019. For more details on this new and exciting event, visit cedarlakeministries.org/winter-market-on-the-lake.

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Enroll Today in Mission Movers

It is that time of year when seasonal celebrations cause us to reflect on the numerous blessings that merit thankfulness. It is with this sentiment in mind that we invite you to partner with us by becoming a Mission Mover. This monthly giving platform provides CLM with the necessary funds to pursue our mission of building healthy community by enriching families and sharing the Gospel. If you are not currently enrolled, we invite you to contact our office for more details.
 
As a Mission Mover, you will be eligible for the following:
  • Invitation to a private luncheon with our Executive Director, Brent Knoll
  • Invitation to ministry vision luncheons scheduled throughout the year, for you and a guest who is not currently familiar with CLM
  • Access to submit personal prayer needs
  • Mission Movers decal
 
To join Mission Movers, visit our website at www.cedarlakeministries.org/mission-movers.

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CLHA Comes to Torrey Auditorium

The Cedar Lake Historical Association History Road Show returns for its 3rd season with their “Summer Resort Fun” presentations that will explore six of the most significant historic Cedar Lake resorts. Each month they’ll “pop-up” at a different property located near the original site of the resorts.
 
Their next event will be in Torrey Auditorium on Thursday, November 7, 2019, from 6-7 PM, to teach about the history of Torrey back when it was part of Monon Park. Participation is free, but RSVP is required due to various venue capacities. Reserve your seat at www.cedarlakehistory.org.

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