Kinasao is a place set apart in God's creation, inviting all to experience God's love. 

Our purpose as a Lutheran ministry is to proclaim the gospel of Christ by providing opportunities to discover, share, strengthen and renew the Christian faith within the natural setting of God's creation.

Constitution & Bylaws

To read our Constitution and Bylaws, click here

For the 2018 Annual Report, click here

Sunday Worship

Worship services are held in the Kinasao Chapel each Sunday between the May long weekend and the September long weekend. Service starts at 11am. 

Cinnamon buns & coffee are available on the indicated dates at 10:45, for a free will donation. All proceeds go to support school children in Honduras.

You are also invited to join us for a BBQ lunch after each service.  

Beef, Veggie, and Chicken burgers ($3) and hotdogs ($2) will be for sale in the dining shelter.

Sunday Worship Leaders

check back soon for the 2020 worship leaders!

Request a Visit

Kinasao would love to come and visit you in your home congregation! Kinasao staff are available to meet with your Sunday School or lead a service. Kinasao welcomes the opportunity to briefly present on all the unique ways to get involved with Kinasao, and stick around after the service to visit and answer any questions.  

To arrange a visit to your congregation, contact Faith at 

Board of Directors

Kinasao Lutheran Bible Camp is governed by a Board of Directors, who are volunteers elected by our membership to serve the ministry through three-year terms.  Our current Directors are:

Chair: Tyler Calow                                      Vice Chair: Scott Brown

Secretary: Wayne Hyde                                      Treasurer: Hans Graupe

Pastor Emmanuel Aristide, Lowell Johnson, Garry Davis, Stephen Davis, Nancy Guebert, Lorne Ridgway

If you have any thought or questions that you would like directed to the Board, or if you are interested in serving on the Kinasao Board in the future, please contact the Chair via email at


Kinasao first hosted a one week family camp in the summer of 1940. Many facilities have been built in addition to the original log cabin, which now serves as the office. Kinasao has been developed to be a year round facility, and sees thousands of visitors each year through summer camps for kids and families, outdoor education programs for school, retreats for all ages throughout the year, as well as hosting rental groups throughout the year.  Although there have been many changes over the years, 

Kinasao remains a place set apart in God's creation, inviting all to experience God's love.


For a full history of Kinasao, contact to request a Kinasao History Book.