In the first half of the 1800s, Methodists and Congregationalists organized in Schroon Lake, together with many small schools. Episcopalians, Baptists, and Catholics built their churches before the century ended. Eventually, the Word of Life Fellowship purchased several summer camp properties as well as the former Brown Swan Club, which is now a conference center. Word of Life Camps and Conferences serve visitors of all ages. The Adirondack Hub is home to many places of worship. Please check below to locate churches and organizations throughout the Adirondack Hub and their respective worship schedules. And, from the Lions to the Fish and Game Club, view the list below of the many active community service and outdoor organizations and clubs. All are welcoming to visitors year-round.

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The East Shore Schroon Lake Association (ESSLA) works to preserve Schroon Lake as a pristine recreational resource
1531 US Rt 9, Schroon Lake
Our church is both United Methodist (UMC) and United Church of Christ (UCC). It is our attempt to have wholeness in worship which should move us to social commitment and deep spiritual concerns with caring for one another as we try to walk in the...
PO Box 45, Severance
Paradox Lake gets its name from a unique occurrence which happens every spring. Melting snow in the eastern Adirondack Mountains flows into Schroon River. Paradox Lake's outlet also flows into Schroon River, but due to the sudden increase in water...
PO Box 572, Schroon Lake