Here are some frequently asked general questions about the World Mission Conference at the Green Lake Conference Center. Or you can return to the WMC homepage.
Q: Is there a dress code?
A: No. Shorts, jeans, t-shirts, sneakers, or sandals are all fine. You definitely won’t need suit coats and ties or dresses and high heels! July in Wisconsin can be 70 to 105o Farenheit. Humidity ranges from 35% to 95%. Meeting spaces are air conditioned.
Q: I have limited mobility. How do I rent a golf cart?
A: Contact Jim’s Golf Cars (920-754-4175 or www.jimsgolfcars.com) or Premier Golf (608-246-0444 or www.premiergolfandutility.com) or Master Carts in Omro (920-685-5252). Please note that there is a limited supply of golf carts and they can go quickly. You will need to plan to contact them as soon as possible, way in advance of your arrival.
Q: Is there wi-fi at Green Lake?
A: Yes. Wi-fi is complementary in the following areas:
Roger Williams Inn, guest rooms and lobby
Kraft Welcome Centre, Ollie’s Place and Bauer dining room
Lawson Lodge guest rooms
Bauer Lodge guest rooms, lounges and lobby
Kern Lodge guest rooms, lounges and lobby
Christian Writing Center
Q: What if I need cash during the conference?
A: There is an ATM unit outside the dining room.
Q: Can I use my credit or debit card?
A: Green Lake accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express (least preferable credit card due to high fees).
Q: Will there be an offering during the conference?
A: Yes. You may give using cash, check, or credit card.
Q: Our group would like to have an ice cream social or dinner together. How do we arrange that?
A: Contact Karen Mason, Director of Special Events for International Ministries. She will make sure you have a date, time, and location that won’t conflict with other specialty events. You can contact her at Karen.email@example.com or 610-768-2197.
Q: Are there things to do at the conference center?
A: Yes! Enjoy the lake by renting a pontoon boat, a canoe or kayak, paddleboard, wave runner or jet boat. You could play a round of golf on one of two 18-hole golf courses. Visit the art studio and create your own jewelry, stained glass, or ceramics. Go for a swim, go fishing, walk the prairie, or hike the trails and explore over nine hundred acres. Play basketball in the fitness center or round up a group for outdoor sand volleyball or a game of disc golf. You can shop Worldwide Gifts or climb Judson Tower and so much more! Visit the Green Lake Conference Center website for a full list: www.glcc.org.