Camp Descriptions, Schedules, Costs
All campers will receive a detailed "Welcome Letter" from the camp director a few weeks prior to the beginning of camp. The letter will explain procedures for arrival, check in, and departure times. This letter will also include any specific requirements and information relevant to your child's camp and Christian experience at Faith Adventures Camp. The director's letter will also be posted on this website on the CONTACT page.
Try It Camp
Completed Kindergarten-2nd Grade
July 30th-July 31st, 2020
Cost - $115 (Includes 1 child & 1 adult)
Additional $50 for second child
Child MUST be accompanied by an adult
$95 if paid before June 30th
Try It Camp is designed to introduce young children (Kindergarten-2nd Grade) to the uniqueness of Church Camp. Since young children are often anxious about being away from home overnight, we require an adult to attend with the child. Suggestions for adult participation are a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, etc. with whom the child is comfortable. The adult and child will receive a camp t-shirt, eat meals, and do all of the activities together. The adult and child will stay together in an air-conditioned motel-like room for the night.
JYF Camp is perfect for the first stay-at-camp experience without a guardian being present. Campers stay 4 nights in air conditioned bunkhouses with other campers of the same gender, camp counselors, and leaders. While at camp, the JYF campers will journey through Biblical adventures of worship, prayer, study, songs, games, and swimming.
Chi Rho Camp is designed for adolescents who are trying to figure out who they are, what matters in life, who they can trust, how to respond to peer pressures, and how to hold on to a faith they can claim. Campers will enjoy a time to worship, a time to play, a time for swimming, and a time for prayer. Many other high energy fun activities will take place each evening including memory making faith experiences around the campfire.
CYF Camp is planned with teenagers in mind who are fast growing into adults. The teens will worship outdoors with others who are also seeking God's will in their life. Encouragement is offered to each one to become the person they were born to be, to resist negative, destructive peer pressure, to listen to the voice of God, and to develop as leaders, citizens, and faithful Christians. Evenings include campfires, a talent show, and an end of the week celebration.