In the summer of '76, a bridge was built to facilitate getting across the brook from the lodge to the church, adding an aesthetically pleasing addition to the grounds. The same year the camp bought the United church, which was located up on the main road. During the winter, when the ground was frozen and covered with snow, capable volunteers under the supervision of Weldon Cameron, used two large log skids and two tractors to move the church down near the other facilities to its present location set among the trees. This was wonderfully used for the chapel services and as a place where children could be entertained on rainy days. The church has been used for many weddings and special functions over the subsequent years.