Middle School Camp
Mon July 22- Th July 25, 2019
Jump-In Overnight Camp is first and foremost a a camp where we equip and encourage kids to live as forerunners for Jesus, fully devoted to a lifestyle of wholeheartedness before God. We want to help kids meet God, see God and experience God by going deeper in prayer, deeper in worship, deeper in devotion to Him and deeper in passion for those in need and those who don't know God.
Middle School Camp is during the same week of Grade School Camp, but is run as its own separate camp. Activities, meals, sleeping arrangements and sessions will all be separate from the grade schoolers. Worship times will be together and occasional games may crossover.
We have many fun activities planned for campers to enjoy a great week of summer camp. New friends, new experiences and a deeper passion for God are what we strive to give each camper. Camp will include, swimming, river float, field activites, giant tree swing, crafts, optional crafts, fireside fun, evening activities, worship & teaching sessions and much more.
Grades 7 & 8
If your child is going into 7th or 8th grade fall of 2019 this is the camp for them.
Lenny La Guardia — For over three decades, Lenny La Guardia and his wife Tracy have devoted their lives locally and internationally to equipping, empowering, and mobilizing young people, parents, and leaders with biblical truths and relevant strategies for children and youth today. Lenny and Tracy are the executive directors of the Children’s Equipping Center (CEC) at the International House of Prayer of Kansas City, where they lead a missionary staff that equips children from all over the world. Currently, the CEC provides over 130 hours a week of children’s services. .
Danny Lima — Danny Lima is an Intercessory Missionary at the International House of Prayer in Kansas City, a missions base dedicated to 24/7 worship and prayer and 24/7 acts of justice. He is a graduate of the International House of Prayer University and is currently serving as the Assistant Director at Orphan Justice Center, a non-profit dedicated to equipping the Church to end the global orphan crisis. Danny has been a public speaker and worship leader since 1996. He and his wife Jessica currently reside in Kansas City with their five children. Danny was enjoyed by campers last summer at camp and is a great speaker with the youth, inspiring them to go further in their pursuit of God.
Camp Drop-Off & Pick-Up
Check-in begins at 1 p.m. on Monday, July 22, 2019.
You are responsible for arranging transportation for your camper to and from camp. Camp will end Thursday, July 25, 2019 at 6:30. Please pick up your camper by 6:45pm. All campers will have been fed dinner before pick up.
The snack shack will be open every day with snacks ranging from 50¢ to $5.00. All campers will have an opportunity to visit the snack shack. All money brought to camp will be put into an account for your camper at the beginning of camp. Amount that is not spent will be returned on the last day. This is a precaution to keep money from being lost or stolen during camp.
Mail for Campers
If you would like to send mail to your camper please mail to Canby Grove Conference Center, 7501 S. Knights Bridge Rd, Canby, OR 97013. We cannot guarantee return mail for letters and packages that come after the camp date but we will do our best to return it if there is a return address.
Cell Phone Policy
If your child brings a cell phone to camp we will keep the phone locked up in the office. If you need them to call you during camp please contact the office and we can make arrangements for that to take place. This policy is in order to protect your child from losing their phone or getting it stolen and protects children from possibly being exposed to inappropriate subject matter from other campers sharing phones. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. It makes it easier for our staff to protect the children that join us at camp and make it a fun experience for everyone.
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We would like you to know that your child's safety during camp is our highest priority. We make sure that the campers are under constant supervision with trained cabin leaders who are 17 and older. All adults on campus have had a background check. We have two cabin leaders to every 12 campers that continually work together throughout the week.
We also make every effort to help the campers get along with each other and include each other in all activities while learning to interact with each other with the heart of God. We want all of our campers to feel loved and cared for throughout the whole week.
Parent rooms are available if you would like to spend the week at camp alongside your camper. Please visit our Family Accommodations Page to find more information regarding housing and meals and background checks.
$205.00 Per Camper
Family discounts are available for families with more than 2 children attending camp. 3 or more children is $190 per camper.
$25 Non-Refundable Deposit:
Due at registration and is applied to the cost of camp but is non-refundable.
(Be sure to mark your things)
White Shirt (optional)
[For glow in the dark party night]
Sweatshirt or light jacket for cool evenings
No low cut or spaghetti strapped tank tops
No "short" shorts please
(t-shirt over a two-piece)
Pajamas or shirt & sweatpants
2 pairs of shoes (one pair should be shoes to run in)
River walking shoes if you already own a pair.
Bath towel & Washcloth
Bible and notebook
Camera & film (optional)
Extra plastic bag for wet clothes
Water Bottle (optional, but useful)
Please DO NOT Bring:
iPods or mp3 players
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