Financial donations to Toah Nipi can be designated toward the support of a specific staff member, toward general Operations ongoing needs, or to a specific Capital Project such as the Meeting House or the Prayer Garden. Please consider making a donation to Toah Nipi. Projects are funded solely through the generosity of God's people eager to be part of what He is doing at and through Toah Nipi.


We welcome the offering of your time, talents, and treasures.  To join us as a volunteer or to contribute an item we may be in need of (i.e. refridgerator, stove, canoes, kyacks, vehicle, perennials, etc)  please contact camp at 603-899-5464 or email Toah Nipi.





Update on Prayer Garden (as of 1/11/14)

The prayer garden is underway!  The field stone circle and arch are completed and the hillside leading to the garden now is graced by a winding path.  This path also leads to a covered bridge.  The hillside will be reseeded with native grasses and wild flowers. The reshaped tubing run is sure to be a hit this winter.  Before we can proceed and finish the garden this spring we are in need of individuals and families willing to partner with us.  Needed yet are the field stone piers leading to the entrance of the garden ($6,500), plantings surrounding the garden area ($7,500), granite benches, and engraved scripture on stones. 

Prayer Garden Construction Pictures


Winter 2014 - Prayer Garden Construction Progress



Fall 2013 - Prayer Garden Construction Progress



Summer 2013 - Prayer Garden Construction Progress




Spring 2013 - Prayer Garden Construction Progress



Building Project Plans


Some of the plants and stonework being considered for the prayer garden:

To learn more about Taking Root Design visit their website.



Building Projects Update  (as of 1/11/14)

We have drawn up plans to rebuild Dothan in early 2015. Also the meeting house project is still a priority just out on the horizon. If these are projects that God lays on your heart to support and you have the ability to partner with us through volunteer efforts, resources, or toward the financial needs of this project please contact camp at 603-899-5464 or donate online.