I remember non-denominational services being held in the chapel every Sunday morning and besides the message of the day, songs were sung in camp rounds which was fun for the kids and staff. The chapel was not restricted to religious services, though, as Gary Hubbard’s Magic Show and my puppet shows were also held in the chapel during the week.

The camp used the main lodge for standing assemblies in its back room for various activities and the chapel for sit down programming.  The Dining Hall could also be used for programming during the day especially in bad weather. 

I liked the chapel due to its seating area and the lighting system was good there also.  A side door could be opened for ventilation on hot days as you see here.  Any other thoughts about the ULBC Camp Chapel or how it is used today?