2017 Blessed Hope Women’s Spring Retreat June 2-4

Joan Wood- Keynote Speaker

Ladies! If you haven’t yet registered to attend the June 2-4 Spring Blessed Hope retreat, the time to do so is NOW. Joan Wood of Zion Fellowship Church in Canandaigua will be our keynote speaker, sharing about your Passport to Life Adventures in Christ. Joan is a gifted teacher, worship leader, and frequently travels on international missions trips.
Add’l workshops offered on healthy living with essential oils, hands-on crafting, Understanding Generational Differences, and building better relationships and understanding with our neighbors.


Summer Day Camps begin June 26!

Come Join us for a “rockin time”

Registration starts at 9am.   All Snacks & lunch is included in the cost!  Come back at 4pm to pick the kiddos back up!






2017 Blessed Hope Women’s Spring Retreat June 2-4


Our Keynote speaker

Joan Wood



Joan is a lover of God and a lover of people!  She is a wife, mom and Grammy!  With her husband of 40 years, they Pastor Zion Fellowship in Canandaigua, NY.   Joan is also a dental hygienist in Canandaigua.

A contagious worshipper Joan’s joyful spirit loves to usher others into His Presence.  Ministering in worship and the Word, she encourages a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and growing in His love daily!


Call Suzy Dankosh, Registrar:   585-734-9206 to reserve your space!


Heroes of the Faith

Who was your first hero of the faith? My first hero of the faith and the man who inspired me to live a life of faith was George Mueller. If you don’t know, George Mueller, during a desperate time for orphans in England’s history, desired to show men that God still works through faith in mighty ways and so embarked on a mission to establish orphanages for the physical and spiritual well-being of orphan children. Ultimately, he built several large orphanages, fed and cared for nearly 2,000 orphans over many years, all without ever asking publicly for a penny of support.

“He had only two shillings (50 cents) in his pocket. Without making his wants known to any man, but to God alone, over a million, four hundred thousand pounds ($7,000,000) were sent to him for the building and maintaining of these orphan homes.” (OChristian.com)

I learned of George Mueller while just a child. His legacy of faith truly shaped my view of God’s sovereignty and my view of the power of faith in the Word of God. His son-in-law said George Mueller “devised large and liberal things for the Lord’s cause.” He certainly did. I pray and trust the Lord will lead the ministry here at LeTourneau to “devise large and liberal things for the Lord’s cause” as well. Thank you for your prayers and support as we invest time, energy, and resources here for the Lord’s cause.

For His Glory,
Jamie Fischer
LeTCC Director


Mother’s Day Banquet

Treat the Woman in your life!

Sunday, May 14 at 1:30pm


$14- Adults

  $8- Children 10 & under

Children under 4 – FREE!

Please call 585-554-3400 to reserve your spot before May 12!


Sweetheart Special available now!

Sweetheart Special Valentine Heart

Bring your sweetie for a 2 night, 3 day stay in Lakeside Cottage at beautiful LeTourneau Christian Center for just $125.00!  A regular value worth over $220.00!  Come enjoy the gorgeous sunsets,  in a quiet peaceful setting on Canandaigua Lake.  BUT hurry, this package will only be available for the month of February!  Re-connect with your sweetheart or just unplug from the busy-ness of life and spend some time alone with the one you love!

Husbands.. can’t go wrong bringing home this Valentine present!   Love is in the air!

Call our office at 585-554-3400 to schedule your special time in Lakeside Cottage!


Director’s Update: A New Vision in 2017

We humbly thank God for His many blessings on the ministry in 2016 and look forward with prayerful anticipation to an exciting vision to see the Kingdom of God expand and more hearts turn to him anew in 2017 through the ministry at LeTourneau. God is so good, His mercies are new every morning, and it is clear that God is ON THE MOVE!

Renovations, New Recreation, and Facilities: 
This coming year we will begin some much-needed renovation projects, and the camp leadership anticipates an investment of $50,000 -$100,000 to recondition and upgrade our waterfront, “makeover” portions of the Lodge and Bethany House, and develop a new parcel of land (two acres) recently donated to the ministry for eventual use as an outdoor “Rec Park.” The new parcel lies between Jones Road to the south of our current property line, and a large gorge in our woods. Ultimately, we hope to develop the parcel in four stages: establishing an obstacle course, development of an athletic field or fields, installing a ropes course with high and low challenge elements. The board plans to begin the process of raising funds for construction of a year-round multi-purpose facility which can house an indoor gym and meeting space to better serve our guests in the cold months. If the Lord provides, we hope that a ground-breaking may take place by the fall of 2017.

Hosting Ministry tied to renovations: We hope to reach out to new churches and Christian organizations in 2017. We are compiling a list of 500 churches in Rochester, Syracuse, Buffalo, and throughout this region, which do not currently use our ministry. They will receive information on our ministry before the new year! We pray the Lord would use us to serve many of these churches and Christian organizations to impact the Kingdom of God.

Expansion of our Children’s Ministry: We desire to reach children with the love of Christ and to share the saving message of the Gospel. In 2017, it will be our mission to continue our Children’s Day Camp program while adding a couple of overnight camps. Again, these will be coordinated and led by our staff leaders and volunteers.

Kid’s Night Out: In keeping with our desire to reach children, we hope to establish periodic nightly events for children throughout the year. We will feed, entertain, and share the truths of Scripture with these children. (And for parents, can we say, DATE NIGHT!?!)

THE WAY Program: Our heart is to disciple young people, both locally and internationally. We will continue discipling students through our summer program and our year-round young adult ministry. It is also our desire to reach international students through THE WAY program. With contacts in China, and perhaps in other countries as well, we are hoping to have 2-3 students join us for the 2017 summer program. It is our goal to disciple these students and send them home better equipped to share the Gospel and build up the Kingdom in their home countries.

Laymen Institute: In collaboration with pastors throughout the region, we are hoping to see the establishment of a laymen’s institute for the building up and training of future church leaders and perhaps even pastors and missionaries. Several pastors in our region are hoping to form a counsel to develop and lead this ministry in 2017.

Women’s Ministry: If the Lord allows, we would love to bless ladies with a periodic night out and possibly even offer some practical training. These ladies would have an opportunity to have some much-deserved fun and be inspired by other women. Child care would also be provided!

Family Camp: It is our sincere hope that we will be able to host a family camp in the summer of 2017. We would love to have the opportunity to host families for a few days of fun on the lake and a time of family renewal through training and spiritual interaction.

Additional Conferences and Retreats: If the Lord allows, we would love to provide a Pastor/Laymen Conference, adoption & foster family conference, a marriage retreat, and youth retreats in 2017.

— Jamie Fischer, Director