MV Camp Meeting AssociationMV Camp Meeting Association
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The MVCMA is a non-profit religious organization dating from 1835, offering religious services and special programs with a strong ecumenical spirit.
Today the Campground is a community of summer residents and a smaller number of year-round residents who value the intimacy created by the crowding of cottages on small tent lots. Many of the cottages have been owned by the same families for generations. The residents of the Campground have a keen appreciation for the special traditions of which they are a part.
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The Martha’s Vineyard Campmeeting Association, a National Historic Landmark, oversees the area commonly known as The Campground, which includes many of the colorful, renowned Gingerbread Cottages, the iconic iron Tabernacle, and the Cottage Museum and Shop, continuing to enrich the lives of generations of Islanders, Campgrounders, and countless visitors, through its many cultural, religious, and community programs.
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