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The place for the Lake Louise Cottage Community to stay up to date with the latest news, events and important documents. 

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2024 Worship Schedule

All are welcome to worship with us, you do not have to be a part of the cottage community! Please join us at Tennant Chapel on beautiful Thumb Lake each Sunday morning for a time to gather with friends to: 

Services this summer will: 

  • Reflect a mix of traditional and contemporary formats and music
  • Address issues that affect us in our lives through meaningful messages
  • Be inclusive of cottagers and camp personnel in lay leader roles
Optional Hymn Sing: 10:15am-10:30am
Worship Service: 10:30am-11:15am
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Welcome Our Sunday Morning Speakers

June 16th – Mr. Neil Haney

June 23rd – Rev. Eric Falker

June 30th – Mrs. Christie Brewster

July 7th – Rev. Georgia Hale

July 14th – Rev. Kay DeMoss

July 21st – Rev. Rick Blunt

July 28th – Rev. Dick Morrison

August 8th – TBD

August 11th – TBD

August 18th – Rev. Rob Cook

August 25th – Rev. Dave Bell

September 1st – Rev. Greg Lawton

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Cottager Council

Purpose of the Cottager Council

To serve the cottager population by increasing communication between lessees and the Board of Trustees, providing timely information regarding cottager issues, and promoting living together in harmony with each other and the environment.

Cottager Council Executive Committee

The Executive Committee shall meet to plan meetings, discuss issues of importance, and provide direction for Cottagers’ Council. In the absence of Cottagers’ Council meetings, when necessary, the executive committee shall have the authority to make decisions regarding issues affecting cottagers and disbursements of funds in their interests. The executive committee is comprised of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer.

Cottager Courtesies

A goal of the Lake Louise Cottager’s Council is to promote living together in harmony.  In that spirit, cottagers in 2011 approved the following recommended courtesies that we extend to each other as we strive to meet this goal:

  • Respect evening and morning quiet times on the lake.
  • Be aware that sound carries on the lake, and excessive light limits the observance of night skies.
  • Be mindful of the lake environment.  What goes in the lake, stays in the lake as there is no lake outlet.
  • When boating, respect the need for quiet at camp vesper times and service times.
  • Keep pets in your cottage area or under control.
  • Be respectful of the fact that different generations enjoy the lake in different ways.
  • Above all, enact the golden rule for cottagers:  Do unto other cottagers as you would have them do unto you.
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