Summer Camp

High School and Middle School

Summer 2019

Why choose Hume New England summer camp?

Clear Gospel Message

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

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.

Activities

Hume has an arsenal of activities for you and your students. Each afternoon during free time we PLAY.

Dynamic Worship

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

Recreation

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

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.

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
Note:
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.

We have a mostly paperless system. Most registration is handled electronically through your online registration account. Make sure you have completed all sections prior to camp. Bring any prescribed medications in the original containers and make sure they are listed on the medical section of your online account. For Summer camp registrations, you will need to bring the most recent copy of your child’s Health Physical Form when you check-in.

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

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.)

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!

During Thursday morning recreation we will kick it back to the old school days of relay races with insane amounts of fun and high energy. It’s the day in the week to dress up and go crazy with your Rec Team. So get together with your cabin and figure out how you want to come dressed!! The theme this year is…

 Lions and Tigers and Jungle, OH MY!

We look forward to seeing what fun things you guys come up with!

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.

2018 Summer Theme

The most well known verse in the Bible is John 3:16, “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life.” But has our familiarity of this verse caused us to lose sight of its significance? Do we fully understand God’s love and purpose for humanity from the very beginning of time? This summer we will focus on God’s redemptive plan throughout the grand narrative of scripture as He rescues His people from the curse of sin and will one day restore all things. Our hope is that as we seek to know God more, our love for Him will grow which result in a life fully surrendered to him.

Kujua Teaser

Live Launch

2018 THEME PROMO PACK

Download Kujua logo, posters, projection slides and more!

Music/Worship

M Ø N T I

M Ø N T I is an energetic synth pop trio based out of Los Angeles, California. Inspired by indie and electronic artists alike, they strive to push the envelope musically and intellectually with profound lyrics and syncopated rhythms. “We see ourselves as Worship Leaders before we do musicians… We are are passionate about seeing people surrender to the love and sacrifice made by Christ and we work to engage communities in unhindered worship.”

Pricing

You Bring a Counselor

$375

per camper

$190

per counselor

We Provide a Counselor

$425

per camper

Registration

June 24-29

MIDDLE SCHOOL
Week 1

Speaker

Trent Lewis

July 1-6

MIDDLE SCHOOL
Week 2

Speaker

PJ Lewis

July 8-13

HIGH SCHOOL
Week 3

Speaker

Darin McWatters

July 15-20

HIGH SCHOOL
Week 4

Speaker

Brian Holland

July 22-27

HIGH SCHOOL
Week 5

Speaker

Erik Thoennes

Questions?

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