Sub Camps

Nursery

For children age babies and toddlers to age 5.

The nursery is staffed 15 min before and after each adult session, starting on the first Saturday.

There are fun and educational activities for toddlers.

If your child has a food allergy, please notify staff when checking child in.

Kids Camp

For children age 5 – grade 5

Kids Camp for 5 yrs to 5th grade meets in the Berean Center. We have fun getting to know each other and growing closer to Christ as we learn to follow Him. Afternoons include various family activities as well as guest speakers that share their unique gifts while pointing kids toward Christ. 

Parent Video

Kid Check Account Set Up

Click here for Camp Link to KidCheck

Directors: Patty Patterson, Kristi Davis & Emily Wingert


Junior Camp

For students entering grades 6-8
Meets in Sunbeam Center

Daily in the Sunbeam Center, Jr. High students come together for interactive and high energy lessons, worship, crazy games, and a ton of fun! Each day includes either a Late Night Activity or Afternoon Activity in addition to the sessions.

Directors: Jason Wenger


Teen Camp

For students entering grades 9-12
Will meet at Hawbaker Legacy Center and Si-Mar Pavilion

Morning Worship & teaching sessions & afternoon small group discussion time outdoors followed by field games & activities.

The teen camp incorporates great music, speaking & opportunities for fellowship with people who understand what today’s teens are dealing with.  This week will be engaging, funny, and challenging as we encourage students to live with big faith in a world that desperately needs it.

Directors: Jason Wenger and Brent Hey

Speaker: Zach Salizar – Youth Pastor at The Meeting House – Carlisle

 

 


Young Adult Camp

For post-high school through early 30’s, married & singles
Meets in Hemlock Lounge

The Young Adults will be meeting in the afternoons at 1:30 pm. Join us at the Hemlock Lounge for a great time of teaching and discussion. Come connect with others who are seeking to find and fulfill God’s purpose.

Director: Dave Gettel