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Innovative camp chapel winning awards

Incarnation Camp, a Connecticut summer camp founded in 1886 by New York City’s Episcopal Church of the Incarnation has built an innovative new chapel that is garnering awards for its beauty, creativity and sustainability.

Replacing a 600sf structure built 50 years ago, a new outdoor Chapel was built this year to satisfy one essential need: accommodating an entire sleep away camp population, under one roof for services.

Rather than ignore the legacy of the original Chapel, the design incorporates the original sign, […]

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