Summer is almost here and this event is going to be a highlight for our Movement students! Movement has now been attending camp at Hume Lake for 3 years and our students have loved their experiences. This week-long camp gives students a chance to get away and spend time growing and building relationships – with Christ and each other. Not to mention, it’s going to be an absolute blast!
Hume New England is located in the Berkshire Mountains in Western Mass. Take a couple minutes to check out their website and read what they’re all about: www.humenewengland.org Based out of Hume California, this Christian Camp organization does it right. One of the many things to love about Hume New England is the opportunity to get away from the busyness and distractions that students face on a daily basis and have an memorable camp experience. Hume New England will not only provide high-energy recreation and activities, but students will experience God through chapel sessions, worship through music, small group breakouts, and spending time in His creation.
Jr High Camp: June 26th – July 1st
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Available Space: Space is limited, and students will be taken on a first come – first serve basis.
COST: $350 // $50 Deposit to RSVP. We also recommend that students bring $40 dollars in spending money for souvenirs, snacks, etc. Some activities (tubing, paintball) do cost an addition $10. We will confirm those details as they are made available.
Balance Due: Sunday, June 18th for Jr High. Sunday July 16th for High School.
Transportation/Staff: Transportation will be provided to and from Lifesong Church on Monday and Saturday. Exact times are TBD, but plan for departure from Lifesong at 12pm on the Monday that camp starts. Return to Lifesong on the Saturday that camp ends, at 12:30pm.
Some of our own Movement youth staff will be coming along with our group to be counselors for the week. Yes, they are dedicating a week of their summer to invest in students – because they’re worth it!
CAMP Activities: Tubing, Paintball, High ropes course, Canoeing, Swimming Pool, Archery, Hiking, “The Loft”, Gaga Ball, Disc Golf, Volleyball and more.
WHAT TO BRING: Bible, notebook, pencil, flashlight, sleeping bag for bunk beds, pillow, toiletries, warm and cool clothes, jacket, sandals, athletic shoes, modest one-piece swimsuit (no tankinis), $40 recommended spending money.
WHAT NOT TO BRING: Electronic devices (including cell phones), drugs (unless prescribed by a doctor), alcohol, tobacco, fireworks, firearms or weapons. Girls – no short shorts, no bare midriffs or spaghetti straps. Guys – no sagging of shorts.