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.