Camps

The Master’s Workshop Camp holds three sessions of children’s camps annually in July with each one attended by a different age group of children. The leadership for these camps is made up of paid and volunteer staff that have a strong Christian faith and a love for working with children. Each camp director brings their special gifts & talents to camp to create a great camp experience for the campers. The campers get to experience a range of activities from individual worship and Bible study time to group discussions, crafts, recreation, and cooperative living through the Home-in-the-Woods nature hikes. From the camps traditional “Johnny Appleseed” meal time prayer, the late afternoon “Vespers” worship time, to the nightly singing of “Taps”, the children are united daily in a variety of ways with basic Christian beliefs. Camping is a time for personal and spiritual growth, aimed at helping today’s youth understand themselves as part of God’s active and continuing creation.

Camper Forms

Camper Registration Form

Things to bring to camp

Camper Rules

  1. Campers are expected to participate fully in all activities of the camp.
  2. Campers must respect and follow the instructions of the director and staff.
  3. The staff has established “light’s out” in order to insure adequate rest and safety. Campers and all adults are expected to follow the “light’s out” rule.
  4. Campers and staff may not have jam boxes, Walkmans, radios, pagers, CD players or TV’s. We are here to enjoy God’s nature.
  5. Cell phones may be used only at the discretion of each camp director.
  6. Girl’s bathing suits must either be a one-piece non-revealing suit, or must be totally covered by a large tee-shirt.
  7. Illegal drugs, alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, firearms, or fireworks are not permitted at camp.
  8. The cost of repair for any damage done by the camper will be the responsibility of the camper or the camper’s parent/guardian
  9. Candy, gum, soda or anything sweet is not allowed in the cabins because of ant and bug problems.
  10. Inappropriate behavior between campers and/or staff is not permitted.
  11. In the event a camper must be dismissed for inappropriate behavior, the Director will notify the parent/guardian to pick up the camper. No refund will be made.