CARRABASSETT VALLEY — Sugarloaf Christian Ministry will conduct its Labor Day weekend worship service at a new outdoor amphitheater called The AMP at 11 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 4.

The AMP is located just west of the top of the SuperQuad chairlift. It has benches for participants, a platform for officiants and a permanent sound system.

Attendees should load the SuperQuad lift around 10:30 a.m. for the 15-minute ride to The AMP. The trail from the top of the lift to The AMP is a one-minute walk.

The informal interdenominational service will utilize the outdoors and be child-friendly. Sunscreen and a warm jacket are recommended. Those who wish to join in a mountaintop picnic following the service should bring a lunch.

“The popularity of the ministry’s Easter sunrise service prompted us to create a summer venue for services and weddings. Sugarloaf and the ministry have partnered to bring this community resource to life. Life looks a little different when viewing it from The AMP,” said the Rev. Earle Morse.

Tickets are available at the Outpost Adventure Center near the Sugarloaf base area. To receive a discounted $7 ticket, ask for the worship ticket.

In the case of inclement weather, the service will be at 11 a.m. in the Richard Bell Chapel, located in the base area of Sugarloaf.

There will be a grand opening dedication service at 11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 9, to coincide with Sugarloaf’s Homecoming Weekend.

FMI: 207-237-2304.


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