Hume Hawaii

Hume Hawaii is a camp for Hawaii's youth grades 7-12 that blends together an epic camp experience with one of the most beautiful locations in the world. Rock solid teaching and worship, high-energy recreation, food, free-time and friends create memories that last and will leave an impression that won't fade.

For over 60 years we've partnered with the local church to run camps that reach young people for Christ.

Let us take care of the details so you can focus on your kids.

We love camp. We know it works. It's what we've been called to do. Come see lives changed at Hume Hawaii!

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What can I expect at a Hume camp?


The gospel isn’t merely one ingredient in our programming mix. It’s the reason for everything we do.

Hume speakers know teenagers as well as their bibles. They unwrap and animate God’s truth in ways that connect with students.

Students will hear the gospel of Jesus in chapels and talks, then wrestle with it in seminars, breakouts, and all those unscripted moments between youth pastors and students that a Hume camping experience delivers.


Indoor worship, outdoor worship, corporate worship, devotional worship.

Hume nurtures the attitude of worship from sunrise to sunset. Just step out of your cabin, and you can’t help but acknowledge God in the midst of His majestic creation. Personal quiet times, small-group prayer, group worship—you’ll have plenty of options for exalting the lord, for listening to him too.

We love having musicians selected for their giftedness in bringing students into the presence of the lord.


Hume Hawaii is hosted by historic beachfront youth camp and adult retreat location on Oahu’s beautiful North Shore, just 40 minutes from downtown Honolulu, with cabins, private rooms, tent camping, a beach house and more. Camp Mokule`ia’s secluded location ensures that your campers will enjoy the rest, recreation and renewal we offer in the spirit of aloha.

“A Sacred Place,” defined by simple beauty and a graceful pace, Camp Mokule`ia is located on the beautiful, pristine North Shore of Oahu at the foot of the Waianae Mountain Range. Our oceanfront location, with more than ¾ of a mile of beach to walk on is home to honu (sea turtles) and the occasional monk seal. It is ideal for playing or relaxing next to the gentle lap of waves, the splendor of the rising and setting sun, or stargazing in the quiet night.


The high-energy, innovative games at Hume Lake give campers an outlet for their energy, while providing counselors a chance to encourage team-building and leadership skills.

Game-winning teams are awarded points throughout the week, and on spirit day you can dress up to multiply your points to give your team the cutting edge!

While all campers receive a free “rec” shirt, only the winning team gets the coveted “champion” shirt.


The theme is a creative and practical link between the fun, entertaining aspects of camp and our presentation of the Gospel. While we believe that the theme is a critical part of the camp experience, it is our desire that by the end of the week it becomes background to the Biblical truths taught throughout the week.

The daily videos, recreation team names, and Spirit Day, are some of the programming elements we use to capture campers’ attention, win their trust, and direct their focus to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.


Let us agree on one thing: your youth pastor—not us or any other ministry resource provider—knows your youth group best.

We run camp in order to give youth pastors freedom to do what they do best—relate to students, listen, offer guidance, love. To that end, we free them up from the myriad details required for a successful, memorable camping experience—the programming, lodging, meals, recreation, speakers, music. They do enough of that anyway.

So this time, we’ll do the footwork while your youth pastors’ minister to your students. After all, when Jesus left this planet, he left behind a church, not a camp.