Youth Summer Camp
Students who have completed 6th grade in spring of 2019 through to 2019 high school graduates are invited to spend a week away for the annual Youth Summer Camp.Register here
Departure: Sunday, July 21, at 10:30 a.m. at RBC.
Return: Saturday, July 27 around 5:00 p.m. at RBC.
We welcome rising 7th grade students through 2019 graduates.
Cost and Registration
Early Registration: $415 by May 1
Regular Registration: $445 by June 15
Late Registration: $475 after June 15
Cost covers transportation, activities, lodging, and meals (except two meals while traveling).
A deposit may be made when registering before June 1. Afterwards, amount must be paid in full.
Any cancellations before July 1 will forfeit $75 of registration. Any cancellations July 1 or later will forfeit $200 of registration.
Families with three or more children attending summer camp and families with children who have participated in 2019 youth mission trips are eligible for a discount. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Financial Aid is available for those with the need. Applications for financial aid must be completed by June 1st. Applications are submitted at registration by completing additional questions at the end of the registration form.Register here Download the Waivers Download the Flyer
Our Location: Appalachian Bible College
We are back in Mt Hope, West Virginia, on one of the most beautiful college campuses around. The activity options near campus are excellent: paintball, caving, white-water rafting, and more! But what keeps us coming back year after year is the character and heart of the college staff there.
Our Speaker: Jim Supp
Jim is the Pastor of Fellowship Groups at RBC. In over 40 years of walking with the Lord, he has served in a wide variety of ministries including counseling, young adults, and marriage and family. He loves hanging out with teens, especially his own two teenagers. We are excited to have him come because of his amazing ability to present deep theological truths in clear, relevant, and understandable ways. We believe our students will be richly blessed and challenged by Jim.
During the week, we have several group games and activities planned, plus free time where students can play Frisbee, soccer, basketball, fly off of the “blob,” zip line over the lake, or challenge themselves on the climbing tower. All students also get to spend a day at the lake participating in water sports such as tubing & water skiing. Finally, all students will have the opportunity to spend one day doing an activity of their choice. When you register online, you will rank your preference of which activity you would like to do.
- Whitewater Rafting: Raft through the “Grand Canyon of the East” on the New River as you ride the rapids with your friends.
- Paintball: Face off against your friends in a friendly yet competitive game of paintball in a rugged woodland course.
- Caving: Explore God’s underground creation with a helmet & headlamp leading the way.
- High Ropes: Test your faith as you rise to a higher level! You will be challenged through a series of obstacles and activities in a multi-level, high angle environment.
- Mountain Hiking: Hike along the beautiful, winding, Glade Creek mountain stream. Take a break and cool your feet in its refreshing waters.
There are some activity restrictions for students who are not 12 by the start of camp. Please contact Aaron Osborne email@example.com for more information.Register here Download the Waivers Download the Flyer