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Each year we have to upgrade our policies and registration forms to keep up with the changes in the world. Please read them and realize that we are doing our best to protect and teach your child.

70 Beach Road Mountain View NY

-Who What Where When Why-

camp 2019

An opportunity to be immersed in God's Word and build relationships.

Teen week August 17-22 (Completed grades 7-12)
Kids week August 24-29 (At least 8 years old and completed 3rd grade – grade 7)

God uses summer camp to establish spiritual markers
that students will remember as they grow in their commitment to follow Jesus. Our goal is to connect you with your students through small group Bible study, engaging worship, and activities built around strengthening relationships.

We promise to clearly present the good news of Jesus, to shape every aspect of our camps in such a way that God's Word remains center-stage, and that we will have a blast while doing it.

Cost and deadlines:

Registration received and paid for
Before July 31- $130 per camper
After July 31- $150 per camper
($20 discount for additional siblings)

Are you interested? Keep reading for details

ABA Camp - a 5 day retreat in the middle of the Adirondack Mountains.

Bible Study - mission stories - sports - crafts - worship time - games

What to Bringpeople

A good attitude

Bible, notebook, writing tools
Toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, deodorant, brush, comb, floss, towels, washcloth...
Bedding, extra blanket, flashlight
Casual dress clothes (jeans and shorts) Camp clothes get dirty.
Informal dress clothes (no shorts) for evening meals and worship services
Sneakers /shoes (extra for game time) Coat, hoodie, warm clothing
Camp Store money (Campers can bring extra money to purchase snacks.)

Friends (lots of them)


All medications (including vitamins and supplements) have to be given to the nurse when signing in. Campers and counselors will go to the nurse for medications.

Your doctor's signature is for needed medications. Nno medications can be given out without a doctor's signature (including pain meds, tums or topical creams)

Immunization records

The New York State Sanitary Code requires camps to maintain immunization records for all campers which includes dates for all immunizations against diphtheria, haemophilus influenza type b, hepatitis b, measles, mumps, rubella, poliomyelitis, tetanus and varicella (chickenpox).

security checkVisitors and Security

We are required to do background checks on everyone who has contact with the campers, therefore we ask that you contact the director at least 24 hours before visiting. Our visiting hours will be from 5 PM until 9PM. If you plan on eating with the campers, we ask for a $5 donation to cover expenses.

Everyone has to sign in and out when visiting or leaving.

Registration Forms

Camp Rules