Youth Summer camp

June 26th-29th, 2021

Youth Summer Camp is open to students entering 6th grade through graduated high school seniors. The cost is $200 through June 1st. On June. 1st the price goes up to $250. Scholarships are available for students who may need one. To apply for a scholarship complete the form a the bottom of this page.

Important Camp Information

All Campers Should Bring:
  1. Pillow and warm bedding for a twin size bunk. (sleeping bag is preferable) Hardcopy of a Bible (phones are discouraged during camp)
  2. Note book and writing utensils
  3. Water Bottle!!!
  4. Clothes for activities (be prepared for cool or rainy weather): long pants or jeans, closed-toe shoes (tennis shoes) and at least one other pair of shoes.
  5. Clothes that can get dirty (i.e. Paint Ball or mud games)
  6. Modest one-piece bathing suit, swimming suit cover-up for walking to and from the water- front, beach towel, and sunscreen.
  7. Toiletry items: Soap, shampoo, and towels
  8. Miscellaneous: Insect repellant, flashlight, spending money for Snacks and Paintball
  9. All Campers Should Not Bring: Electronic Devices (Phones, iPod, Video Games, Computers). Weapons, Drugs, Alcohol, Fireworks or Bad Attitudes

Departure: Meet at the Church at 9am on June 26th. We will arrive at camp around 10:30am and will go straight to the lake area. Wear your bathing suit on the bus. We will not be able to move into cabins until after lunch.

Return: We will leave camp at 5pm on June 29th. We should be back at the church by 6:30pm-7:00pm on the 29th. Dinner will not be provided on the 29th. 

Check out all the fun from last year!

Apply for Scholarship

Scholarships are available for all children/youth events and camps. Scholarships are not intended to be used as discounts. Scholarships will be used based on financial need that would hinder a student from attending an event or camp. Generally, scholarships will not exceed 50% of the cost of an event or camp. Any exceptions to this rule will be reviewed and discussed by event/camp planner and church administrator. If fundraisers are planned prior to the event or camp, then students must participate in the planned fundraiser. Failure to participate in fundraising can decrease the amount of a scholarship or prevent a scholarship from being awarded. Every student who receives a scholarship will be required to write a thank you letter after the event or camp. A template for the thank you letter will be provided. The letter may be sent signed or unsigned if anonymity is desired. Failure to complete a thank you letter may result in loss of future scholarship opportunities. All information collected from scholarship application will be kept confidential.