Hartland

Institute

About Us

Our Mission Statement

“To take the everlasting gospel to the world in this generation through evangelistic, educational, health and media ministries.”

Established in 1983, Hartland Institute of Health and Education promotes healthful living, quality Christian education, and missionary work. We train young men and women to be Christian missionaries in the fields of Bible work, pastoral work, public evangelism, medical ministry, Christian education, and Christian media and publications. We also operate a lifestyle education center which offers health guests the opportunity to learn and adopt lifestyles to better health.

Located in the beautiful Piedmont region of central Virginia, we also promote country living. Our students enjoy the peace, quiet, and surrounding scenery as they perform their everyday tasks and study the Bible—preparing for their life-calling. Our health guests are also blessed by the scenic views while their lives are being restored to good health. We are also located near many historic sites which students enjoy visiting while they study history.

Hartland is founded on the principles of the Word of God, and follows the blueprint given in the Bible for Christian education and a solid, healthful Christian lifestyle. The education we offer is a balanced blend of academics and training in practical skills.

The main divisions of Hartland Institute are Hartland College, Hartland Lifestyle Education Center, Hartland Publications, and Hartland World Mission. We also operate a diversified agricultural farm and provide a variety of media and technology services. Every summer, Hartland conducts a one-week youth Bible camp, which has proven to be a tremendous blessing to the many young people who attend. Hartland also publishes two periodicals, Last Generation magazine and Hartland Ministry Report.

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Courage to Stand

Sep 8, 2014

On July 23–27, over 900 attendees thronged Hartland’s campus for a spiritual feast as they listened to featured speakers Elder Stephen Bohr and Christian Berdahl. Elder Bohr spoke on prophecy and the mission and message of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Christian presented practical Christianity talks, including his personal testimony.

A panel discussion answered submitted questions on topics such as women’s ordination and tithe. More talks were given by President Norbert Restrepo Jr., President Emeritus Colin D. Standish, Hartland graduates Rodney Millin and Diego Silva, and several other speakers. Spanish-speaking visitors heard presentations preached by Elder Bohr, Norberto Restrepo Sr., and Enoc Lombana.

Weekday seminars were held as well. Health discourses were delivered by Doris Hernandez, Hartland’s Health Ministry instructor. Christian gave music lectures, and Elder Bohr lectured on open and closed doors of opportunity given to mankind by God.

To order DVDs or audio CDs of these messages, call 1-800-774-3566.

We invite you to attend our fall convocation, “The Gay Puzzle: Leading Souls to Christ,” October 24–26, featuring Ron Woolsey and Michael Carducci.

Testimonies:

We were greatly blessed by the preaching, teaching, and fellowship. What an encouragement to see such a large attendance! Hartland is a little taste of heaven.—Richard and Laura, Kentucky

I appreciated the spiritual atmosphere and the refreshing Spirit-filled material that we received from all the speakers. Stephen Bohr and Christian Berdahl truly brought important messages for these end times.—Keith, Tennessee

Mostly I appreciated the speakers, specifically Pastor Bohr. Also, I very much liked the style of music during the services.—Elizabeth, Virginia

I was very impressed with the reverence shown during the Sabbath service, and the kindness shown by the staff.—Enzo, Delaware

The dorm rooms were awesome. I loved the architecture of the old building. All of the speakers were great. I especially liked Christian Berdahl’s “Distraction Dilemma.”  Also, J.H. Shin’s talk about how to memorize Scripture was very helpful. I’m using his techniques now and am finding that I remember Scriptures better now than I did before. The health talks by Doris Hernandez were also very helpful.—Maura, Pennsylvania

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An Open Letter to Our Tithe Donors

Aug 20, 2014

June 24, 2014

Dear Friends,

After providential leadings and prayerful consideration, our Board of Directors, with the support of our constituents, made the decision to no longer accept donations designated as “tithe” from known Seventh-day Adventist church members, effective July 1, 2014.

It is not an option for us at Hartland to negotiate on matters that involve eternal principles. We are committed to following God’s counsel and our convictions regarding present truth. Hartland has decided to forgo the acceptance of tithe in order to disarm prejudice and broaden our opportunities for ministry. As was the case with the apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 6:12, we have concluded that although it is lawful for us to receive tithe to perform tithe-worthy activities, it is not necessarily expedient.

We have taken this step in order to “draw nigh to our brethren,” trusting in God’s leading and providence. The Seventh-day Adventist movement is God’s remnant church. Although it is imperfect and in a Laodicean condition, when the “work goes forward under the direction of the angel who joins the third angel in the message to be given to the world, God will use ways and means by which it will be seen that He is taking the reins in His own hands.”1

We are fully committed to following the Lord’s counsel in directing the institute. We believe it is God’s will for us to do everything within our power, without compromising principle, to work in harmony with His denomination. “Christ said, ‘Be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.’ If you see that by doing certain things which you have a perfect right to do, you hinder the work of the truth, refrain from doing these things. Do nothing that will close the minds of others against the truth. There is a world to save, and we gain nothing by cutting loose from those we are trying to help. All things may be lawful, but all things are not expedient.”2

Our mission remains the same—to proclaim the Three Angels’ Messages of Revelation 14, and to train an army of youth to live and spread this gospel effectively; and it is inspiring to see doors opening as we seek to fulfill this mission by sharing God’s last-day message with the world. Through health ministry, community outreach, literature evangelism, prison ministry, our farm, and the testimonies of students who dedicate their lives to serve God, souls are being transformed through the power of the gospel and are impressed to accept God’s principles into their lives.

We pray that God will impress your hearts to continue supporting Hartland with your prayers and generous financial gifts. The institute’s needs are the same as before. Here are some of our main funds: Where Needed Most donations may be used anywhere according to the greatest need. Evangelism covers our many evangelistic projects including Bible studies, health ministry, literature ministry, and so forth. The Ministry Fund supports our Bible teachers and those engaged in various lines of ministry work. Our Missionary Training Fund provides scholarships for worthy students to be trained as missionaries.

Thank you so much for your prayers and support.

In His service,



Norbert Restrepo

President, Hartland Institute

1 White, Ellen G., Testimonies to Ministers, p. 300 (1885)
2 White, The Southern Work, pp. 70, 71

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Questions & Answers Regarding Tithe

Aug 19, 2014

By Cody Francis, Dean of the College

On June 6, 2014, Hartland’s Board of Directors voted that beginning July 1, 2014, the institution will no longer accept donations designated as tithe from known Seventh-day Adventist church members. This brief article seeks to answer why Hartland is taking this step of faith.

Why does Hartland no longer accept donations designated as tithe?

Paul stated, “I have become all things to all men, that I might by all means save some.” 1 Corinthians 9:22. Paul’s overarching desire was to lead men and women to our Savior that they may be saved for His kingdom. He was willing to do anything possible without compromising principle to achieve this one great aim. Another time he said, “But if thy brother be grieved with thy meat, now walkest thou not charitably…. It is good neither to eat flesh, nor to drink wine, nor any thing whereby thy brother stumbleth, or is offended, or is made weak.” Romans 14:15, 21.

Paul would give up any right without sacrificing principle in order to not offend others or to increase his ability to minister for the salvation of souls. We have taken this lesson to heart. Our tithe acceptance has built unnecessary barriers between us and our brethren in the denomination. We believe it is our Christian duty to do all in our part to remove these roadblocks.

Is this decision in accordance with the Spirit of Prophecy?

There were times when Sister White gave her tithe and the tithe of others to neglected southern workers, Bible workers, and others. From this we realize that it is not wrong for an individual to take personal responsibility in the giving of their tithe. Yet Sister White does recommend a “better way.”

“You ask if I will accept tithe from you and use it in the cause of God where most needed. In reply I will say that I shall not refuse to do this, but at the same time I will tell you that there is a better way. It is better to put confidence in the ministers of the conference where you live and in the officers of the church where you worship. Draw nigh to your brethren. Love them with a true heart fervently, and encourage them to bear their responsibilities faithfully in the fear of God.”2 Thus there is nothing in the Spirit of Prophecy that Hartland would be violating with this decision.

How will this decision be a blessing to the work of Hartland?

By seeking to be peacemakers and do all in our part while not compromising principle, we gain the blessing of being “called the children of God.” Matthew 5:9. While Hartland cannot unite with those who are promoting false doctrines, there are many faithful brethren that we can unite with in proclaiming the Three Angels’ Messages.

Like-minded believers working together will increase the effectiveness of everyone’s ministry for the Lord. This will open up many more doors for our students and graduates to minister more effectively to souls within and without the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It will help to remove the barrier of prejudice that has hindered the witness within the church of many Hartland staff and students.

It will also open up doors for us to share our unique calling and mission with more potential students, possible lifestyle guests, and others interested in the special work that God has given Hartland to do. We believe that our seeking to unite upon the high standard of present truth with our brethren will be a blessing to God’s work in the church and in the world, ultimately leading to the salvation of more souls for His kingdom! Please pray with us that this will be the case.

How can I continue to support Hartland’s ministry?

There are exciting things happening in God’s work, and we believe that God has called Hartland “for such a time as this.” Esther 4:14. As we look to increase and expand the work at Hartland, we need your fervent prayers and support more than ever before. Our needs are much the same as before and here are some of our main funds:

Where Needed Most donations may be used anywhere in the institute according to the greatest need.

Ministry meets the needs of our Bible teachers and those engaged in various lines of ministry work.

Evangelism covers our many evangelistic projects including Bible studies, health ministry, literature ministry, and so forth.

Our Missionary Training Fund provides scholarships for worthy students to be trained as missionaries.

We greatly appreciate your partnership with us as we strive to train young people to spread the everlasting gospel. Together we can all have a part in preparing others for Jesus’ soon return.

1 White, Ellen G., The Spalding-Magan Collection, p. 215
2 White, Manuscript Releases, vol. 2, p. 101

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Destination: Dominican Republic

Aug 12, 2014

Twelve thousand evangelists are on their way with God’s message for these times.

by Betsy Mayer

“On Monday, June 9, 2014, I witnessed a miracle,” says Julio Arias, Hartland’s director of Development and Advancement. “After many months of delay and seemingly insurmountable logistics, a special Spanish edition of Last Generation magazine featuring the Three Angels’ Messages and the Law of God left the port of Elizabeth, New Jersey, bound for the Dominican Republic.”

For 12 months, the staff at Last Generation Ministries tried to get this pallet of 12,000 magazines to the Dominican Republic (DR), but ran into obstacles that tried their faith. It was the last of four pallets given through your generous donations to help with evangelism in Spanish-speaking countries. Pallets had been received in Venezuela, Chile, and Colombia over nine months ago. Finally, the pallet designated for the DR has been shipped!

But the miracle is only beginning! Now, the spotlight turns to Hartland graduate Samuel Francis. He has a vision to train young people in the DR in literature evangelism and soul winning.

Samuel is not Dominican. He is American. But while a student, he caught a vision for Hispanic outreach and began learning Spanish. He went to the DR for his internship and immersed himself in the language and the culture. After graduating in 2013 with a degree in Pastoral Evangelism, he returned to the DR and began networking with young Seventh-day Adventists who want to do evangelism on secular college campuses.

Samuel is a seasoned literature evangelist, having spent many summers in canvassing programs. He knows that you have to have the right bait (quality literature) if you want to catch the right kind of fish. Two years ago, Samuel helped raise funds to produce the Spanish edition of Last Generation entitled Volviendo a lo Básico* so that he could have his “bait.”

Last year, Samuel waited patiently for his pallet to arrive, but the logistics kept falling apart—a place and person to receive the shipment in the DR fell through; the shipper wanted to pick the pallet up on Sabbath; then the boxes were deemed unsuitable for the shipper, and the only ones suitable were in New Jersey. We knew the devil was throwing up every roadblock imaginable to hedge our way.

For many weeks, the Last Generation staff prayed for a way to get these magazines to Samuel. Finally, Julio Arias contacted the shipper with the offer to bring the boxes to the port himself. God gave Julio wisdom and tact to explain to the Dominican manager that this was a gift for his people. At last, he accepted the shipment in our boxes and it is on its way to the DR!

Every year, it is getting logistically harder and more expensive to ship literature outside of the United States. If we could print it inexpensively in these countries, we would. But surprisingly, printing costs are considerably higher than they are here. Even with shipping costs, it is less expensive and easier to do the work here.

This summer, Samuel Francis is in the United States canvassing so that he can earn funds to support himself upon his return to the DR. This fall, he plans to hold training events for young people in the DR to learn soul-winning skills. He will use Volviendo a lo Básico for these purposes. Pray for Samuel Francis and his team in the DR.

Watch for upcoming reports on how God is using your gifts to do a special work with literature in the Spanish-speaking countries of the DR, Chile, Colombia, and Venezuela!
*Back to Basics

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Summer Camp Meeting 2014

Location: Hartland Conference Center, 278 Dogwood Ln, Locust Dale, VA 22733
Starts: July 23, 2014
Speaker: Steven Bohr & Christian Berdahl
Contact: Events Coordinator
Phone: 540.672.1996 ext 232

Hartland Summer Family Camp Meeting 2014

July 23-27, 2014

“Courage to Stand”

Featured Speakers:

Stephen Bohr presently serves as senior pastor of Fresno Central Seventh-day Adventist Church and also a speaker and director of Secrets Unsealed, a nonprofit organization committed to the preservation, proclamation, and proliferation of the present-truth message of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Twice a year, Stephen teaches the Foundations of Seventh-day Adventist Theology class at Amazing Facts College of Evangelism.

Christian Berdahl is a singer,speaker and director of Shepherd’s Call Ministry, which is dedicated to sharing the Three Angels’ Messages through music and media. Christian aims to sing and speak at as many churches, evangelistic meetings, and public places as possible before Jesus’ soon coming. His vision is to create expressly Christian content for TV, radio, and the internet to save, encourage, and challenge souls.

Camp Meeting Speaker Schedule:

Please note that all Spanish meetings will be held in the Mansion Chapel

Wednesday (July 23rd, 2014)
6:45–8:30 PM
4 C’s of Christianity Christian Berdahl

Thursday (July 24th, 2014)
5:00–6:00 AM
How to Pray J.H. Shin
6:25–7:00 AM
Courage to Seek Kelly Ostrom
8:30–9:45 AM Seminar:
Distraction Dilemma, Part 1 Christian Berdahl
10:15–11:30 AM Seminar:
Dependable Health Care, Part 1 Doris Hernandez
11:45–12:45 AM
Standing for the Lord when the Majority Fail Colin Standish
2:45–4:00 PM Seminar:
Distraction Dilemma, Part 2 Christian Berdahl
4:15–5:30 PM Seminar:
Open and Closed Doors, Part 1 Stephen Bohr
6:45–8:30 PM
Tests of Christian Fellowship Diego Silva

Friday (July 25th, 2014)
5:00–6:00 AM
How to Eat Right J.H. Shin
6:25–7:00 AM
Harvest Brian Beavers
8:30–9:45 AM Seminar:
Distraction Dilemma, Part 3 Christian Berdahl
10:15–11:30 AM Seminar:
Dependable Health Care, Part 2 Doris Hernandez
11:45–12:45
Stand Like the Brave Rodney Millin
2:45–4:00 PM Seminar:
Distraction Dilemma, Part 4 Christian Berdahl
4:15–5:30 PM Seminar:
Open and Closed Doors, Part 2 Stephen Bohr
6:45–8:30 PM
The Truth for this Time Stephen Bohr

Saturday (July 26th, 2014)
5:00–6:00 AM
How to Memorize Scripture J.H. Shin
6:25–7:00 AM
Courage Through Hiding Gill Bethel
8:45–10:30 AM
Questions and Answers Panel Discussion
8:45–10:30 AM
Construyendo un Arca Enoc Lombana
10:45 AM–12:30 PM
Mission, Message, and Method Stephen Bohr
10:45 AM–12:30 PM
Consumado Es, Parte 1 Norberto Restrepo Sr.
3:00–4:00 PM
Concert
4:45–5:45 PM
Educating to Stand Norbert Restrepo Jr.
4:45–5:45 PM
Consumado Es Stephen Bohr
6:45–8:30 PM
The Confidence in Knowing Christian Berdahl

Sunday (July 27th, 2014)
5:00–6:00 AM
How to Do a Devotional Bible Study J.H. Shin
6:25–7:00 AM
Never Again Johny Carmouche
8:45–10:00 AM
Consumado Es, Parte 2 Norberto Restrepo Sr.
10:10–12:30 PM
Leave It Behind Christian Berdahl

On-campus lodging
Our on-campus lodging is very limited. Therefore, guests MUST call ahead and secure lodging with a deposit equal to the first night’s fee. Guests must provide their own bedding and towels. To secure your lodging contact the events coordinator at 540-672-1996 ext 232.

Lifestyle Center The rooms have both air conditioning and heat. There are two rooms that are handicap accessible with queen beds, the other rooms have double beds. The bathrooms are shared. It is $50 per night per room

RV Site Has water and electricity. It is $20 per night.

Dorm Room The rooms in the respective male and female dormitories are shared with up to 3 persons per room when available. The bathroom is also shared. It is $15 per night per person.

Rustic Cabin The cabins are simple one-room bunk houses which accommodates up to 10 people. It has a ceiling fan, electricity, and heat for the cold nights. It is $5 per night per person.

Rustic Tent Site
$20 per night for sites with water and electricity
$10 per night for sites without water and electricity
(A shower house is provided for those in cabins and tents.)

Information/Registration
Registration is 4:00–6:30 PM Wednesday, July 23, 2012 in the Conference Center foyer. Please check in here to confirm accommodations (meals and lodging).

Meals (Breakfast & Lunch only)
Adults $8.00
Children $6.00 (ages 5 – 12) Younger children are free with adult meal purchase.
Tickets are required for all meals and are nonrefundable. Pre-order tickets by calling 540-672-1996 ext 232. If you have not purchased the tickets beforehand you can do so at registration, or at the cafeteria during mealtimes. Tickets must be purchased before Sabbath, no tickets will be provided during the Sabbath hours. We serve vegan meals, which may be prepared with nuts, nonirritating spices, herbs, and gluten. We can not cater to special diets.

Thursday Friday Sabbath Sunday

Breakfast:

Pancakes Fruit Crisp Scramble Tofu Potato Wedges Strawberry Sauce Cheesy Bagels Potato Wedges Oatmeal Seasoned Rice Peach Sauce

Lunch:

Mac & Cheese Asian Noodles Pasta Salad Chili Beans Broccoli & Carrots Loaf Rice Corn Chips

Children/Youth
We offer programs for children and youth. Young people under 18 must have an adult take responsibility for their safety and behavior. Swimming, or playing in the lakes and ponds is prohibited. Bicycles and skateboards are prohibited. This is for everyone’s safety.

Question and Answers

Q. Can I bring my pet?
A. Pets should be kept quiet and not allowed to roam freely. Pets are not allowed in any campus building. A special pet patch is located near the camping area. Please clean up after them.

Q. Will my valuables be safe?
A. Keep valuables locked in your car and not in your room. Hartland is NOT LIABLE for lost or stolen goods.

Q. Is there a dress code?
A. Remember that we are here to seek the Lord. Let us show reverence and
respect in our appearance. Shorts and tank tops are not appropriate for males or females. Ladies, please refrain from wearing miniskirts, pants of all sorts, plunging necklines, see-through fabrics, or any other immodest apparel.

Q. Can I do my own cooking?
A. Cooking or using electrical cooking appliances in any room on campus is prohibited by law. Open camp fires are not allowed, however camping stoves are acceptable for use in the Tent/RV site areas.

Q. When will the bookstore be open?
A. Hartland Publications offers a variety of books, CDs and DVDs. Store hours: Tues–Thur: 9:00 AM–5:30 PM Fri 9 AM–2 PM Sat sundown to 10:00 PM Sunday 9 AM–2 PM

Local Hotels
Our experience to get the best rates is through www.hotels.com if you have access to the internet. The list below is a compilation of the best known hotels in the area. We would like to hear how your stay was if you stay in one of these or at another nearby hotel.

Comfort Inn, Orange, VA | 9 miles | 877-424-6423

Holiday Inn Express, Orange, VA | 8 miles | 800-465-4329

Best Western, Culpeper, VA | 12 miles | 800-528-1234

Comfort Inn, Culpeper, VA | 12 miles | 877-424-6423

Holiday Inn, Culpeper, VA | 12 miles | 800-465-4329

Microtel, Culpeper, VA | 12 miles | 800-771-7171

Directions:
For GPS Users: 278 Dogwood Lane, Locust Dale, VA 22733
From the North: Take Hwy 15 south from Culpeper for approximately 10 miles. Turn left on Rte 614 (Locust Dale Rd). Hartland is 1.25 miles on the left.


From the South: Take Hwy 29 north from Charlottesville for approximately 25 miles. Turn right on Hwy 230 east for approximately 10 miles until it ends at Hwy 15. Turn left on Hwy 15 north. Go approximately 4 miles. Turn right on Rte 614 (Locust Dale Rd). Hartland is 1.25 miles on the left.

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Piedmont Valley Youth Bible Camp

Location: Hartland Campus
Starts: June 22, 2014
Speaker: Cody Francis
Contact: Joan Reichard
Phone: 540-672-1996 ext 304

Theme: Transformed

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Advanced Medical Missionary Training Course

Location: 444 Hartland Oak Dr, Rapidan, VA 22733
Starts: May 25, 2014
Speaker: Dr. David Emerson, Dr. Mark Kinjo, and various others
Contact: Hartland Lifestyle Center
Phone: 540-672-1996 x311

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Spring Convocation 2014

Location: Hartland Conference Center, 278 Dogwood Ln, Locust Dale, VA 22733
Starts: April 25, 2014
Speaker: Dave Fiedler
Contact: Events Coordinator
Phone: 540.672.1996 ext 232

April 25-27, 2014

Information/Registration
Preregistration opens February 3, 2014 and is necessary for those wanting to stay on campus or eat in our cafeteria. For more information or to preregister, call 540–672–1996 ext 232 or email events@hartland.edu.

Check-in is between 5:00–6:30 pm, Friday, April 25, 2014 in the Conference Center foyer. Please come here to confirm accommodations and pick up or purchase meal tickets.

On-campus Lodging (Limited)
Our on-campus lodging is very limited. Guests MUST call ahead to secure lodging with a deposit equal to the first night’s fee. Deposits are refundable until April 18th. Guests must provide their own bedding and towels. To reserve lodging, contact the events coordinator at 540–672–1996 ext 232.

Lifestyle Education Center (shares the bathroom with adjacent room) — $50 per night per room
Rustic Cabin* (one large room sleeps 10, has ceiling fan, heat in the cold months, and electricity) — $5 per night per person
RV Sites* (with water and electricity) — $20 per night


Tent camping — $10 per night



*A shower house is provided for those in cabins and tents.

Meals (we serve breakfast and lunch only)
Adults $8.00, Children ages 5–12 $6.00, Children under age 5 are free with adult meal purchase


Tickets are required for all meals and are nonrefundable. 

Purchase tickets by calling 540–672–1996 ext 232. Sabbath meals are prepay only. We serve vegan meals, which may be prepared with nuts, nonirritating spices, herbs, and gluten. We are not able to cater to special diets.

Children/Youth
We offer programs for children and youth. Young people under 18 must have an adult take responsibility for their safety and behavior. Swimming, or playing in the lakes and ponds is prohibited. Bicycles and skateboards are prohibited. This is for everyone’s safety.

Pets
Pets should be kept quiet and not allowed to roam freely. Pets are not allowed in any campus building. A special pet patch is located near the camping area. Please clean up after them.

Area Hotels
Comfort Inn, Orange, VA | 9 miles | 877-424-6423

Holiday Inn Express, Orange, VA | 8 miles | 800-465-4329

Best Western, Culpeper, VA | 12 miles | 800-528-1234

Comfort Inn, Culpeper, VA | 12 miles | 877-424-6423

Holiday Inn, Culpeper, VA | 12 miles | 800-465-4329

Microtel, Culpeper, VA | 12 miles | 800-771-7171

Directions
For GPS Users: 278 Dogwood Lane, Locust Dale, VA 22733
From the North: Take Hwy 15 south from Culpeper for approximately 10 miles. Turn left on Rte 614 (Locust Dale Rd). Hartland is 1.25 miles on the left.


From the South: Take Hwy 29 north from Charlottesville for approximately 25 miles. Turn right on Hwy 230 east for approximately 10 miles until it ends at Hwy 15. Turn left on Hwy 15 north. Go approximately 4 miles. Turn right on Rte 614 (Locust Dale Rd). Hartland is 1.25 miles on the left.

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Week of Prayer 2014

Location: Hartland Mansion Chapel, 444 Hartland Oak Dr, Rapidan, VA 22733
Starts: April 7, 2014
Speaker: PauL Coneff
Contact: Events Coordinator
Phone: 540.672.1996 ext 232

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