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Happenings & History
The Elizabeth Truxell Museum is located on the second floor of the historic Epworth Hotel and admission is free. The Museum is closed for the 2015 season and will re-open in the spring.
Since 1894, the Epworth Assembly has been creating publications to document the events and achievements of the previous year and highlight upcoming events for the next season. The Annual is used as a year book, historical reference, and directory. A copy of this publication is preserved in our Museum for future generations to enjoy. The […]
“Established 1894 for the purchase and improvement of grounds to be occupied for summer homes, for camp meetings, for meetings of assemblies or associations and societies organized for intellectual or scientific culture and for the promotion of the cause of religion and morality.”
The Epworth Assembly is a private summer resort on the shore of Lake Michigan just north of Ludington. Epworth provides programs during the main eight weeks of activities between June and August. The majority of the programs are for the Epworthians. However, the public is invited to the Church services on Sunday mornings, Vespers on the Beach on Sunday evenings, Monday Musings held on Monday mornings, the Thursday night Lakeside Series talks and some special entertainment programs during the summer. The Epworth Museum is also open mornings during the season, Monday through Saturday.