Summer Camp

High School and Middle School

Why choose Hume New England summer camp?

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

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Creative Theme

The theme is a practical link between the entertaining aspects of camp and our presentation of the gospel. We leverage it as a background to Biblical truth.

Recreation

The high-energy, innovative games at Hume Lake 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 Lake has an arsenal of activities for you and your students. Each afternoon during free time we push the limits while we play hard.

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.

Pricing

You Bring a Counselor

$600

per camper

$100

per counselor

We Provide a Counselor

$700

per camper

Deposits are transferable and refundable
in the case of a canceled event

Need Financial Help?

There are scholarships available for every camper that needs them. We call it Camperships!
Campers and parents can apply for a Campership during the registration process online.

Learn more about Camperships here!

Camp Dates

Jun 27-Jul 2

Middle School

Jul 4-9

Middle School

Jul 11-16

High School

Jul 18-23

High School

FAQ

Our Summer Camp is 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.

Important

Most online mapping services will suggest you turn onto Chestnut Hill Rd. from MA-23. We recommend you do not take this route because it is steep, unstable, and closed during the winter.

Detailed Text Directions

You will need to bring documentation of a recent health physical by a doctor for your child from within the last two years.
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.

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

Yes!

Here’s how you’ll need to address your letter/package:

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

IMPORTANT: Please send five days prior to desired delivery date!

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

Monday afternoon is a great time to get your swim test done. Dinner begins at 5:30 PM and the counselor meeting begins at 6:15 PM.

Camp ends Saturday morning after breakfast.
IMPORTANT: Individual campers must be picked up by 9:00 AM.

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