Overnight camps begin on Sunday at 3pm and end on Friday at 3pm.
Please read the Parent Handbook for more detailed information & find our suggested packing list.
All overnight camps are $425
Adventure Camp cost is $500
For camp-specific questions, email email@example.com
Note: All cabin assignments and activities are assigned by
Adventure Camp blends the typical classic camp activities with a variety of excursions –rock climbing, rafting, backpacking the Appalachian Trail, and hands-on farm experience. Youth learn to dig deeper in their faith by using thrilling challenges to mirror a trusting walk with Christ.
Day Camps run Monday - Friday
Drop off time: 8:45-9 AM
Pick up time: 4:45-5 PM
Please read the Parent Handbook for more detailed information.
All Day Camps are $200 per week, add lunch for an additional $50 per week.
Campers will have opportunities to explore their purpose in life, learn about the inherent worth of all people, and better understand God's character through a variety of activities, including hearing from a local pastor, sing worship songs, read scripture, and watch fun skits!
Bunk bed style cabins provide the best opportunity to make new friends and bond with one another. Each cabin has it's own full bathroom and is equipped with multiple box fans. There may be up to 10 campers with 2 staff in each cabin. Campers are grouped by age. Check out our poplar village virtual tour for a closer look.
All of our meals are prepared in our commercial kitchen by our camp chef or cooked over a fire during cookout night. Dietary and allergy restrictions can be accommodated, be sure to add those details when submitting your registration online. For day campers lunch can be provided for an additional $50 per week.
Summer Camp 2023 Theme.
Each day, campers will focus on a different piece of the Armor of God. What will your outfit of the day be?
How does teaching about the Armor of God align with values of peacefulness?
All throughout scripture we see the authors using analogies and parables to explain components of faith! Armor is something that would have been very familiar to those hearing the original message – pieces of protective gear that have specific purpose. In this case, the message is to be vigilant and aware
of the fact that there is constant, spiritual opposition to us having a relationship with God.
Armor may have seemingly violent connotations in a worldly sense, but the Armor of God is not protecting us from physical things (see 2 Corinthians 10:4-5 and Ephesians 6:12) or encouraging us to engage in physical battle! The armor is simply six ways, plus prayer, that we can prepare ourselves each
day to resist that opposition and walk like Christ.
Of the six pieces of armor, five of them are purely defensive: the belt of truth, the breastplate of righteousness, the shoes of peace, the shield of faith, and the helmet of salvation.
The sword of the Spirit is the sixth and only offensive spiritual weapon mentioned – our knowledge of, access to, and use of scripture! The best example of someone using the sword in action is Jesus himself, as he is tempted by Satan in the desert (Matthew 4:1-11). He uses simple words and phrases from
scripture to completely shut down the opposition – a peaceful example of how to resist any conflict or challenge to our faith.
We want these six components to be part of our Outfit Of The Day every day of our walk with God. Studying the Armor of God prepares us to follow Christ’s example daily – Scripture tells us we are all soldiers in this Spiritual battle, whether we feel it or not. This is how we stay vigilant, stay close with
God, and respond with grace and peace!