Winter Camp

High School and Middle School

Snow. Boxsled Blitz. Epic Tube Run. Broom Hockey. Theme productions and Opener. Great music. Solid Biblical Teaching. Friendships that last a lifetime. Truth that lasts forever

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2022 Winter Camp registration is open!

We’ve designed our Winter Camp program to be the best experience when you come as a group with your church. The fun activities, meaningful chapel times, and unforgettable experiences all fit together to equip parents, counselors, and campers for lasting change that will be a catalyst for your church and community to grow stronger together.

2022 Dates and Prices

JAN 28-30

Middle School

$205/Camper

$100/Counselor

FEB 4-6

Middle School

$205/Camper

$100/Counselor

FEB 11-13

Middle School

$205/Camper

$100/Counselor

FEB 18-20

High School

$205/Camper

$100/Counselor

FEB 25-27

High School

$205/Camper

$100/Counselor

MAR 4-6

High School

$205/Camper

$100/Counselor

Activities

*Activities subject to weather conditions and availability

Monster Tube Run

Broom Hockey Tournament

Box Sled Blitz

Game Room

Laser Tag

Mechanical Bull

FAQ

Here’s a link to our typical weekend schedule. Sometimes we change things up just a bit, but you get the idea. 🙂

Weekend Schedule (pdf)

Bible

notebook

pencil

flashlight

sleeping bag

pillow

towel

toiletries

warm clothes

jacket

hat

gloves

boots

spending money (at least $50 recommended)

  1. If and when you are needing to cancel any spots, it will forfeit the full deposit per spot for what the deposit is at the time of cancellation.
  2. If we are able to fill the canceled spots off the waiting list, we will only charge a $5/spot cancellation fee.
  3. We will offer a 100% refund for cancellations directly related to COVID-19 infection.

About the Winter Camp Theme

 This winter we will dive into the story of Jonah. For many of us this story is familiar and we may find Jonah’s attempt to run from God and the fits he throws along the way ridiculous. However, we miss that our hearts are more similar to Jonah’s than we may realize. Jonah determined, in his heart and mind, who he thought was worthy of the love of God. However, scripture tells us that God desires that none perish but all come to repentance. It is not ours to decide who is worthy of the compassion, grace, mercy, and love of God.

Our hope is that as students hear the story of Jonah communicated, they would come to a deeper understanding of the grace and mercy that is displayed by God toward undeserving sinners like ourselves and that our hearts should reflect God’s heart for the lost. As our hearts are transformed, our response as disciples of Christ is to communicate the good news of Jesus Christ to a world that desperately needs Him.

Theme Verse

Romans 10:11-15

For the Scripture says, “Everyone who believes in him will not be put to shame.” For there is no distinction between Jew and Greek; for the same Lord is Lord of all, bestowing his riches on all who call on him. For “everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.”

How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching? And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!”

Questions?

Contact our Hume Information team
info@hume.org • 1 (800) 965-4863