Christian Summer Camp at Mingus Mountain
UMC Mingus Mountain Camp
Rev. Brenda Smith will be camp dean, along with the Rev. Sherry Brady and the Rev. Ron Bartlow, for the Elementary 2 and Jr High Camp 2; see the dates and descriptions below, for these two simultaneous :
ELEMENTARY 2 AT MINGUS MOUNTAIN [JUNE 27-JULY 1, MON-FRI]
Learn, Play, and Experience the Courage and Community to Live Out Your Faith in Christ!
Elementary Camp is a 5-day camp for children in grades 3-6 (Fall 2016) designed for participants to experience God’s love in the beauty of His creation. The goal of this important faith development camp is to experience Christian community and begin a lifelong adventure in faith in Jesus Christ. Mingus Mountain Camp activities include Bible learning, campfire singing, crafts, worship, hikes, community building games, 30-ft. climbing tower, youth low zipline, fishing, and hearty, delicious family style meals. Youth will be mentored and supervised by trained, caring, Christian counselors.
JR HIGH CAMP 2 AT MINGUS MOUNTAIN [JUNE 27-JULY 1, MON-FRI]
Learn, Recreate, and Experience the Courage and Community to Live a Fearless Faith!
Junior High Camp is a 5-day camp for 7th, 8th, & 9th graders (Fall 2016) to explore and experience God’s role for them in a complex world. Youth will be given opportunities to challenge themselves in a supportive community environment to build faith and friendships that will last a lifetime. Camp activities include faith development Bible learning, low ropes community problem solving activities, worship, campfire sharing and singing, a 30-ft high challenge tower, high zipline course, a dance, fishing, and hearty, delicious meals served family style. Youth will be supervised by trained adult counselors.
Tiered Camp Pricing: $250, $350, $450
Youth Cabin Assistants
Youth aged 16 and 17 may attend camp as Cabin Assistants at some of our Elementary Camps. This is a camping experience intended to help develop leadership skills. Cost is $175.
The True Cost of Camp and our Tiered Pricing
The conference has instituted a voluntary personal pricing program. For most camps, you will find three different tiered rate prices, two of which are subsidized by scholarships and donations and a third which is the actual cost of camp. The pricing option a family chooses remains confidential and in no way influences the experience their children receive. Tiered pricing offers the opportunity for families to take an active role in supporting the true cost of their child’s camp experience.