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What is JC CAMP?

This camp is designed to bring exciting games and Bible stories together. The day starts with a morning program which includes skits and songs based on the week's theme and Bible verse of the day! Each day the campers spend time in two sports sessions of their choice, such as baseball, cheerleading, dance, soccer, basketball, and football.

They also participate in one special session of their choice, such as arts & crafts, cooking, music, or the popular "crazy games" which always includes a little water fun! Mealtime is combined with a daily bible study, which helps build strong relationships between campers and counselors.

At the end of each day, the entire camp comes together for a Cool Down session. This allows the students to show what they have learned that day by sharing the day's word and Bible verse. This camp is built on the foundation of making each camper feel valued, respected, and loved.

Led by middle school and high school students, this camp is highly anticipated all year because of their love for the campers. This camp is built on the foundation of making each camper feel valued, respected, and loved.  This three-day experience is meant to build positive self worth, respect for others, and lasting friendships. We hope you can join us!

Camp runs from 9am - 2:30pm each day (Wednesday the 7th - Friday the 9th)

Then Family Day on Sunday the 11th at 10am!

Registration is $40 and lunch is provided.

How Do I Sign Up?

Camp runs from 9am - 2:30pm each day (Wednesday the 7th - Friday the 9th)
Then Family Day on Sunday the 11th at 10am!
Registration is $40 and lunch is provided.

Campers:
COMPLETED KINDERGARTEN - COMPLETED 5TH GRADE

Counselors:
COMPLETED 6TH GRADE - COMPLETED 12TH GRADE

Click below to register!  Any questions or concerns can be directed to [email protected]

Counselor Sign-Ups

WHAT IS A JC CAMP COUNSELOR?
JC Camp Counselors are completed 6th grade students through completed 12th grade students. Counselors arrive on the evening of Tuesday, August 6th and stay in host homes until the end of Family Day on the afternoon of Sunday, August 11th.

There are two host homes; one for girls and one for boys. Beyond the hours of the camp day, counselors will have dinner and worship together each night. Counselors are asked to come ready to serve with appropriate clothing and attitudes prepared for an exciting week. Each counselor will get a camp t-shirt to wear each day, and it will be washed at their host home each night.