An Online Camp Experience

Be Seen & Heard.

 

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“As for us, we cannot help speaking about what we have seen and heard.” Acts 4:20

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WHEN

Middle School – July 22-24
Middle & High School – July 29-31

Why combined?

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WHERE

Camp will happen wherever you happen to be

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WHO

Your Local Church
Youth Group & Leaders

Social distancing should not keep us disconnected

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Feeling isolated?

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Missing your church family?

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Tired of being stuck at home?

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Have friends who need community?

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Wish summer camps weren't cancelled?

Why Digital Camp?

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To Connect

Right now, more than ever, we need to feel united with our church family which is why camp is so important.

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To Grow

Students get to learn in a Bible-centered environment with the guidance of leaders from their home church.

To Be Seen

Join in Zoom calls, chat with fellow campers, and experience live sessions where your presence is valued.

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To Be Heard

We will be learning about the importance of stories and hope that you will leave knowing your voice is impactful.

How does it work?

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Students

1. Sign Up

Go directly through your home church or camp OR join as an individual and be placed in one of our small groups.

2. Attend

Enjoy connecting with other students as you watch live sessions, go to virtual workshops, chat in discussions, and access to individual and group activities.

3. Live it Out

As part of this year’s theme, Seen & Heard, we will be learning about the vast impact of even a single story. By the end of camp this summer, we hope you will be empowered to share your story, too.

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Churches

1. Sign Up

Let us know who you are and whether your leaders would like access to our digital training.

2. Bless Your Camp

Camp Solo is free to you, but we highly encourage you to accept $100 donations from each student to provide to your camp of choice. 

3. Enjoy Camp Solo

Our aim is to do the heavy lifting for you and your team. All you need are small group leaders, and the rest is provided. From engaging digital content to live sessions. If your students need extra free time, adjust your schedule as you see fit. Let Camp Solo be a resource to you!

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Camps

1. Sign Up

Share your contact details with us so we can connect you with a camp onboarding representative.

2. Be Blessed

In order to best support local camps, we are providing Camp Solo for free. We value this year’s experience at $100 per student which you can collect directly to keep your camp running strong.

3. Rest Assured

With the digital content, live sessions, workshops, and structure provided, all that’s left for you to do is connect with students. 

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Let’s Connect!

Whether you are a student, parent, church leader, or camp coordinator, we have a way to bring summer camp back to the table in a fresh and engaging way. Let’s unite the church, share our hearts, and have a whole lot of fun at the same time!

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Have a Question?

Head over to our frequently asked questions page, or contact us for more details.

Featured Speaker

We are so excited to have Pastor Luke Frechette teach this year's sessions!

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