a great time for campers & counselors

The Christian Community has been hosting Children’s Camps in North America for over 50 years. There are and have been camps in Ontario, Canada, on the East Coast, Midwest and in Colorado and California. Each camp has its own character connected with its setting, staff and duration of the camp.

The intention is to bring children out of an urban environment into nature to experience the world in new and healthy ways. The strong daily and weekly rhythms, the caring interest of counsellors, the singing, the stories, the crafts, the wide-ranging activities carry the children through the two-three weeks of camp. Children are divided according to age and gender and will spend the whole camp together with their group. Each group has a counsellor (or two) who will be with their group continuously, eating, sleeping and doing activities.

Midwest Youth Camp Staff Summer 2018

Midwest Youth Camp Staff Summer 2018



For boys and girls, ages 8-13 • August 1 – August 17, 2019
Director:  Rev. Carol Kelly, carolkelly.cc@gmail.com 
For more information and to register visit www.ccsummercamp.org


Midwest Youth Camp at Greenwood Lake, Wisconsin

July 17 – July 23, 2018
For older campers (high schoolers entering 9th – 12th grade), much adventure awaits! This year we return to the Namekagon River for another canoe trip.
 The Namekagon River is a tributary of the St. Croix River. It is 101 miles long and is located in northwestern Wisconsin in the United States. Its course is protected as part of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway.

For more information, contact: Rev. Ann Burfeind at annburfeind18@gmail.com
To register for the camp go here.


Camp Tamarack • High Sierra Summer Camp in California

For boys and girls, ages 8 – 13 • June 24 – July 8, 2018

Camp Tamarack has been offering a quality wilderness experience for children 9-14 years old since 1971. Many of our participants come from the Waldorf community throughout the West. Camp Tamarack is surrounded by granite peaks and tall pine trees. Children experience the outdoors by swimming in nearby lakes and streams, and hiking to stunning sites while forming life-long friendships.

Camp directors: Rev. Craig Wiggins, craig@wiggins.nl & Rev. Rafal Nowak rafau.nowak@gmail.com