Bring Your Group to Hume this Summer!

Why CHURCH LEADERS CHoose Hume

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

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Join One of Our Programs

All you need to do is get your group to camp — we take care of everything so that you and your leaders have the time and space to connect with your students!

Our summer camp is intentionally designed to provide an epic, high-energy, life-changing program for youth groups of all sizes. We accomplish this not only through traditional programming — speakers, bands, campfires, and activities — but also through creative themes, full-production films, stage theatrics, innovative recreation, and dynamic worship.

Run Your Own Retreat

Our warm and friendly staff, quality facilities and pristine 425-acre property make Hume the perfect location for your next church or group retreat.

Our grounds and facilities are tucked away in the heart of the Berkshires of Massachusetts, situated between 1600 and 1800 ft. in elevation. A perfect location to relax, replenish, retreat, and reconnect.

We will walk through the entire planning process with you to help design the perfect experience for your group.

Parents: Want to Register Your Child?

Choose Your Week

Middle School

JuNE 27 - July 2
$ 599
/camper
  • $99 per counselor
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  • Students entering 6th-8th grade
  • Scholarships Available

Middle School

July 4-9
$ 599
/camper
  • $99 per counselor
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  • Students entering 6th-8th grade
  • Scholarships Available

High School

July 11-16
$ 599
/camper
  • $99 per counselor
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  • Students entering 6th-8th grade
  • Scholarships Available

High School

July 18-23
$ 599
/camper
  • $99 per counselor
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  • Students entering 6th-8th grade
  • Scholarships Available
Matt Berg

High School

July 25-30
$ 599
/camper
  • $99 per counselor
  • ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯
  • Students entering 6th-8th grade
  • Scholarships Available

Parents: Want to Register Your Child?

Guests Rave About Hume

FAQ

Example Schedule

3:00 PM –  Arrive/Check In
5:30 PM  Dinner
6:15 PM – Counselor Meeting
7:00 PM – Chapel
Sign Ups/Free Time After Chapel
10:00 PM – Head To Cabins
10:30 PM – Devotions
11:00 PM – Lights Out

TUESDAY – FRIDAY
7:00 AM – Wake Up
7:15 AM – Early Morning Worship *optional
8:00 AM – Breakfast
8:30 AM – Cabin Clean Up
Counselor Meeting
9:15 AM – Chapel
10:30 AM – Small Groups
11:00 AM – Recreation
12:30 PM – Lunch
1:00 PM – Free Time
5:30 PM – Dinner
6:30 PM – Evening Recreation
7:30 PM – Chapel
8:30 PM – Evening Activity
10:00 PM – Head To Cabins
10:30 PM – Devotions
11:00 PM – Lights Out

SATURDAY
7:00 AM – Wake Up/Clean Up
8:00 AM – Breakfast
9:00 AM – Head Home

For each week of camp, check-in begins Monday at 3:00 PM.

Monday afternoon is a great time for campers to do their swim test. Dinner begins at 5:30 PM and the counselor meeting begins at 6:15 PM.

Camp ends Saturday morning after breakfast.

Note: Individual campers must be picked up by 9:00 AM.

You will need to bring documentation of a health physical by a doctor for your camper from any time within eighteen months before the first day of camp.

Registration and payment are handled electronically through your online registration account, prior to check-in. Make sure you have completed all sections before camp. Bring any prescribed medications in the original containers and make sure they are listed in the medical section of your online account. 

What to Bring

  • Bible
  • notebook
  • pencil/pen
  • flashlight
  • sleeping bag
  • pillow
  • toiletries
  • warm and cool clothes
  • jacket
  • modest one-piece swimsuit (no tankinis)
  • a towel for swimming and showering
  • a water bottle
  • $60 recommended spending money
  • If your child is bringing medication or supplements, please send them in their original containers.* 

What NOT to Bring

  • Drugs (unless prescribed by a doctor*)
  • alcohol
  • tobacco
  • fireworks
  • firearms
  • electronic devices

(Remember: Girls no bare midriffs or spaghetti straps; guys, no sagging.)

*Prescribed Medications, Vitamins & Supplements:
These will be collected and dispensed by the camp health center. We consider any vitamin, supplement, or over-the-counter therapy that is taken to treat a condition or maintain health to be a “medication”. We are not able to give a medication that we cannot identify and dose from the original container. Sending medication in anything other than the original container may result in the camper not receiving it.

Yes!

Here’s how to address your letter/package.
Please send five days prior to desired delivery date!

Hume New England – (Camp Dates)
(Camper Name) – (Church registered with)
P.O. Box 156
Monterey, MA 01245

For example:
Hume New England – June 25-30
Johnny Smith – ABC123 Church
P.O. Box 156
Monterey, MA 01245

More About Our Program

Recreation

The wide range of high-energy, innovative games at Hume give campers an outlet for their energy and counselors a chance to encourage team-building.

Dynamic Worship

Indoor worship, outdoor worship, corporate worship, devotional worship. Hume nurtures the attitude of worship from sunrise to sunset.

Activities

Hume has an wide selection of activities for you and your students. Each afternoon during free time we push the limits while we play hard and have fun.

Local Ministry

We believe youth pastors know their youth groups best. In light of that, we run camp in order to give youth pastors the freedom to focus on their students.

Amazing Location

It is a place of great natural beauty, with warm bright summer days, cool starry nights, sparkling water, and woodsy wilderness surroundings.

Summer is Filling Up Fast!

Register today for the best week of summer!

Nick Ely

Speaker

Nick Ely is a church planter with Christ Church from Phoenix, Arizona, where he has served since 2013. He is married to Rachel and they have two unstoppably cute little boys, Titus and Jude. Before church planting, he spent 7 years in student ministry and loves camp with his whole heart. He believes that lives change when people encounter the glory of God in the pages of the scriptures and the power of the Spirit.

Greg McEvoy

Speaker

Greg is the Lead Pastor of Southside Church in Newnan, GA. He has had the privilege of speaking across the country for businesses, churches, and student conferences. He’s served as an emcee for the Atlanta Braves, Blake Shelton, and performed one night at the Punchline comedy club. Greg’s greatest desire is to daily inspire the world to come alive (and close his apple exercise rings). He is married to his wife Ashley, and they live outside Atlanta, GA, with their four boys.

Sam Choi

Speaker

Sam is joyfully married to his wife, Joanna. They have four delightful-yet-crazy children that keep them busy at all hours of the day. He is the founding pastor at All Peoples Church in Minneapolis. He completed his B.S. in Biblical Studies at Eternity Bible College and his MDiv at Bethlehem College and Seminary. In his spare time, you can find Sam hanging with the fam, hooping with old-timers at the YMCA, and vicariously living through Jeremy Lin’s career.

Aaron Logan

Speaker

Aaron “Chip” Logan is the Children’s Director at Grace Church of the Valley. Aaron has also served as a youth pastor and on Hume’s own program team as a camp director. He has a deep passion for God’s Word and loves figuring out how to present the big truths of the Bible in powerful and easy-to-understand ways. He and his wife Anna live in Kingsburg, CA with their two sons; Grant (4) and Caleb (1), and a stray cat that they can’t get to stay out of their yard. Grant has named the cat Pee-pee.

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