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Timothy Prayer Cabin
The Timothy Prayer Cabin was built in memory of Timothy Olson, a 24-year-old aspiring young architect who lost his life while on a volunteer mission to build a church in Africa. An exceptional young man, Tim discovered the joy of service, even through the struggles of living and working in a strange land within a vastly different culture. Tim’s life was cut all too short, but he leaves a legacy of commitment and servanthood. Tim’s family and friends have built the cabin, not only as a memorial to him, but as a contribution to a special ministry to people who want to deepen their walk with their Lord.
The Timothy Prayer Cabin, a beautifully handcrafted four-season cabin with attached screen porch, is tucked neatly in the woods. It has electric heat, air-conditioning, microwave oven, toaster, refrigerator, coffee maker, dishes, silverware, a sink and water jug for drinking and cooking needs and miscellaneous utensils. In seeking to make your stay as comfortable as possible, we have provided a queen size bed in the loft, table and chairs, desk, rocker, and comfortable fold down double bed/futon.
Both a very modern, well lit, heated pit toilet is near the cabin and a fully modern bathroom with shower is available close by. View a photo tour of our shower house and outhouses.
To access the prayer cabin, a short downhill hike is required.
There is a fire ring area nearby that the Prayer Cabin guests can share and firewood for campfires is available for purchase on site. Check with office.
Timothy Cabin is a sustained downhill walk from the parking area to the cabin. The steepest part of the hill is approximately a 11 degree slope. If you have mobility issues, please take this into consideration.
- Bedding for queen size bed: sheets, blankets, pillow, sleeping bag, etc. Bedding MUST be freshly washed and machine-dried.
- Bath towel
- Toiletries / personal care items
- Simple food that can be cooked in the microwave or hot pot
- Reading material
- We suggest slippers