Welcome to Camp Noronto
This site is dedicated to keeping you informed as to the activities planned for Noronto Reunion grounds in Monetville,
within the Northern Ontario district. Information will be updated regularly during the months leading up to reunion and camps,
but may stay unchanged for several months during the winter.
Please check back regularly to find out information about the reunion and camping activities for this year.
If you take photos of the activities and would like to include them in our photo albums,
please send them to the web master using the "CONTACT US" link above.
Join Us!! This Year!!
July 5 -7, 2024
August 10 - 17, 2024
August 17 - 24, 2024
September 25 - 29, 2023
Reunion 2024 - August 10 - 17
Sr. High 2024 - August 17 - 24
Young at Heart Retreat 2023 - Date September 25 - 29
Noronto Additional Connections
Chapel in the Woods
Chapel in the woods,
your timber grows nearby,
midst pine, birch and dense underbrush.
While they lived, they towered heavenward,
reaching for light
a source of strength and growth.
They were chosen
because of their majesty and height
and straight, strong heart.
For this purpose they gave their all
To shelter God’s people
To arch heavenward,
And by Beauty of their mighty arms
Cause those who enter here to worship.
May our lives be such
May we, through the wilderness of sin and darkness,
reach ever for the light above.
And with the growth which comes,
Be towers of strength to others
As our roots grow deep in the knowledge of his love
And we ever reach toward those Kingdom wrought tasks
He would have us do
We too, may find the beauty of our souls
Fit specimens for God.
Written by - Dolores McCormack
The A-Frame Tabernacle
"In the Northern Ontario Reunion Grounds in Monetville, stands an A-frame tabernacle built of 50 foot timbers.
Each tree was individually chosen and placed in the structure where it fit best.
In worship, one’s eyes are drawn upward and one sees that the timbers form a cross in the window
where the light pours in and the tops of trees are visible.
The roof of this building is supported by all the timbers joined together at the peak
and mutually sharing the weight with their powerful arms."