Designed to provide an opportunity for Jr. High students to really spend time in the outdoors at our pioneer camp area on our grounds. They’ll spend their evenings beneath the stars experiencing God in His majesty
DEEP AND WIDE CAMP
Entering 1st 3rd grade
Dates: June 27-29, 2019 Cost: $110
A safe camping experience in which children will learn through Bible stories, craft projects and outdoor activities how “Deep and Wide” God's love is for them.
COLLIDE CAMP (FORMALLY CALLED SICK N’ TWISTED)
Entering 9th 12th grade
Dates: July 8-13, 2019 Costs: $250 before May 1. After this $275
At this camp students will learn how an encounter with God can be life changing. They will learn through the study of the word, crazy crafts and fun activities.
Entering 6th-8th grade
Dates: July 22-27, 2019 Costs: $250 before May 1. After this $275
Impact camp is where students will understand how faith makes an impact in our lives and those around us. There is fun and adventure where young Christians can express their enthusiasm about life together in a loving, forgiving and accepting environment of God’s people.
Entering 4th-5th grade
Dates: July 15-20, 2019 Costs: $250 before May 1. After this $275
This camp is where we learn how our faith collides with the world, how we can change the world with our faith, and how it only takes a small pebble to make big waves. This camp will consist of fun games, great Bible learning, and discussion.
Entering 7th-12th grade
Dates: July 29-Aug. 3, 2019 Costs: $250 before May 1. After this $275
At this camp students will explore what it means to follow Jesus. They will participate in combined worship experiences, discussion, games, and outdoor activities. It is a relaxing camp meant to energize the students and prepare them to follow Jesus during the school year.
SENIOR HIGH CANOE TRIP
9th -12th grade
Dates: Aug. 4-6 Registration starts at 5:00 pm Cost: $60/person
Designed to provide an opportunity for high school students to get away from it all. They will spend time out in the beauty of creation as they float down the Des Moines River.