entering grades 6th-8th
Journey is a Jr. High discipleship camp that seeks to encourage students to respond to Jesus’ invitation “Follow Me”. Students are encouraged to take first steps or the next steps on this journey of faith so that the campers will:
- Grow in their commitment as disciples of Christ, either as a first time profession of faith or continued living as a disciple.
- Understand the importance of participating in a local church as part of the discipleship journey.
- Live the joy of their spiritual journey at home and at school.
Lead Middle School
Entering Grades 6, 7 and 8
Lead Middle School Camp (Junior High Effectiveness for Ministry) offers leadership training to junior high youth through active participation. The 2017 theme is built around “Created. Called. Sent.” and 1st Corinthians 12:12-13. The youth will be learning actively what it means to be a servant leader through; workshops, creative learning styles,and small group experiences. The goal is for each youth to bring what they’ve learned back to their own youth groups and congregations.
During the online registration process you will be required to fill out a Ropes Course Form and the Recommendation Form. Pastors or Youth Directors must fill out the online recommendation form found below in order for campers to attend.
Entering Grades 7-8
“Wilderness camp is a unique seven day, six night adventure in creating a Christian community while living outdoors. It is a challenging experience where campers develop relational skills: listening to others, expressing their own needs and ideas, caring for others, and making inclusive group decisions. Campers in this challenging environment will learn, about community building, camping skills, and how to care for creation. This year’s theme is “Building New Community.” This camp is limited to those who will be in the 7th or 8th grade in the fall and registration is limited, so register early to get your spot.
February 22-23, 2019
Only at Canyon Camp
This retreat is designed for you to ‘kick off’ or ‘wrap up’ your church’s confirmation program; it is not designed to replace what you are already doing.
Topics for both retreats will include: Church History, Understanding worship and the sacraments, Doctrine and Polity, United Methodist beliefs.
Sponsored by the Oklahoma Conference Camping and Youth Ministries
6th Grade Camp
Entering grade 6
This week is an opportunity for campers to experience living in community with others, with God, and in creation so that they begin to see and feel God’s love every day within themselves, their friends, families, and their local churches.
Each site features unique aspects for campers. For instance, Camp Egan features creek walks, a Discovery Center and cookouts.
Trained, experienced leaders facilitate faith development in small groups, in worship, and through fun activities with others. Campers will return home knowing more about who they are as individuals, as members of a community, and in relation to God through Jesus Christ.
Youth (a.k.a. District) Camps
Formerly known as “District” Camps, these site-based camps offer the same curriculum and similar program elements to both Junior and/or Senior High students. The unique personality of the particular site and leadership will present a different flavor to each week of camp. The small group experience continues to be the focus of these traditional week-long camps.
Choose your camp based upon the particular week, location, or group of friends that might be attending. You’re sure to have a fun, life-changing experience!
Contact a particular dean for more information or register now!
Clue Jr (6th-8th) at Canyon – Kelley Ramey, email@example.com
Clue Sr (9th-grads) at Canyon – Kelley Ramey, firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Spark (7th-grads) at Canyon – Aly Shahan, email@example.com
Camp United (7th-grads) at Egan – Ross Crawford, firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Country (7th-grads) at Egan – Rev. Thomas Corrigan, email@example.com
Cross Point Youth Camp (7th-grads) – Jennifer Parmer, firstname.lastname@example.org