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We are no longer offering a day camper program for children too young to attend camp. Children ages 8-16 who chose to attend day camp should be dropped off at 8:00 AM and should be picked up at 6:00 PM. All other information that pertains to overnight campers will pertain to day campers.

Friday Night Pick-up Procedure:

  • We will have a baptism service Friday night and the campers will all be involved in a drama production. Families are invited and encouraged to attend this service. It will start at 8:00 and will end around 9:30.
  • Campers will be released to parents following the service. 
  • Please check your camper out at the appropriate dorm, where you can collect their things. Staff will be on hand to assist you. 

Packing List:

  • Twin bed linens, blanket, and pillow
  • Towels and Toiletries
  • Comfortable clothes and shoes

Day:

  • We have a NO NIT policy and will have a head check at sign-in.
  • All medications will be administered by camp staff and must be turned in during registration.
  • Spending money is optional and must be turned in during registration to be made available to campers at appropriate times during snack shack.
  • Unspent money will be donated to the camp.
  • Please leave all valuables at home.  We cannot be responsible for lost or damaged items.
  • Phones, tablets and other electronic devices (except cameras) are not allowed.  Please leave these items at home. Campers will be busy throughout the day and into the evening and will benefit greatly from a break from their electronic devices.  If you need to contact your camper for any reason you may do so through the camp directors.
  • After sign-in only camp staff are allowed in dorms.  This will be STRICTLY enforced.
  • NO FOOD is allowed in dorms.  Please do not bring any outside food.

We're excited about Camp 2019! Here's what you need to know:

  • Youth Camp will be July 14-19, 2019.

  • The total cost of camp will be $150 which includes room and board, all camp activities, a camp t-shirt, and snacks and drinks throughout the day.
  • Our camp is for ages 8 to 16.  
  • Campers ages 17-18 may apply for Junior Workers Program.
  • Campers must sign in on Sunday July 14 from 2-3 pm at building #2
  • Campers must be picked up at 9:00 pm Friday, July 19.
  • We will have "Family Night" on Friday, July 19 at 8:00 PM at the tabernacle. All family members are invited to attend.
  • Curriculum may include age-appropriate teaching on sexual purity specifically for the middle and high school grades.  Parents will be asked to indicate their willingness for their children to participate in such teaching during the online registration process.
  • One of the camp activities may include the option to shoot a rifle/shotgun at a rifle range/skeet shoot.  Parents must give permission for this activity and may grant permission for each child during the registration process.
  • Payment options include online through our event hosting service Eventbrite or by mail using check or money order.  We will also accept cash. Please be aware that your spot is not reserved at camp until your fees are paid in full.
  • Unfortunately, due to limited camp staff, we're unable to accommodate children with severe physical, mental or emotional handicaps.
  • If your child is bringing medication with him/her, please fill out, print, and bring to registration the Administration of Medication Form found on the last page of our website.

Please check out the Payment Info page for information on our family rate as well as payment options.

Click Here if you're ready to register.

Mt. Moriah Camp

July 12-17, 2020

Dress Code:

We want our campers to be comfortable but to dress with Christian modesty and adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Shorts should be around 4 inches above the knee.
  • Stomachs and buttocks must be covered at all times.
  • Tank tops are allowed but please no spaghetti strap tanks or strapless tops.
  • Girl's swimsuits should be 1-piece or overlapping tankini.

Visitation Policy:

  • For the safety of our campers, visitors are not allowed on campus or at our outings during the week of camp.
  • In the past our nightly services have been open to the public and parents have been welcome to attend. Due to problems with this policy, we are considering the possibility of closing the nightly services to the public. Again, the safety of our campers is our utmost concern. Please keep this in mind.

What to know about packing for camp:

1. Most days will require 2 sets of clothes:

  • Campers dress comfortably in play clothes during the day - loose fitting athletic shorts and tee shirts work best. Also, socks and tennis shoes are recommended. 
  • Campers will be given the opportunity to bathe and dress more nicely for evening tabernacle services.

2.  In the girl's dorm, there are racks that              the girls can use to hang their clothes             on. Feel free to pack clothes on hangers.

    In addition, there is room near each girl's         bed for a trunk, or a plastic set of drawers,        and a basket for dirty clothes.

3.  In the boy's dorm, space is more limited.        Short boxes or cases work well to slide            under the beds. Each boy will be issued a          collapsible basket for their dirty clothes.

4.  There will be two days that require    swimsuits, beach towels, and flip-flops.

5.  Shower shoes are recommended.

6.  Slippers are good for the dorms.

7.  Please label everything that can be                    labeled. We often have large amounts              of items ending up unclaimed in the lost         and found.