This summer’s camp (click for larger image):
The 2019 camp will be at Fort Ebey State Park on Whidbey Island.
Date: July 29 – August 2, 2019
Location: Fort Ebey State Park | Whidbey Island
Details of the location are here: https://parks.state.wa.us/507/Fort-Ebey
Costs (covers camp fee, food for the whole week, activities, and a Bible journal for devotions):
– Individual Youth Camper Rate (Grade 6 thru college): $100
– Family Rate: $200 (covers up to 2 adults and 2 kids – 1st thru 5th grade). Additional family members are $25. Children age 5 and younger are free.
– Campers are responsible for bringing their own gear (tent, sleeping bag, pillow, flashlight, toiletries, etc.) If you need help with this, we do have some spare gear so contact Pastor Mark.
– Those driving will need to purchase a Discover Pass for Washington State Parks ($30 for annual pass)
Questions? Contact Pastor Mark Tiefel
What is the Pac NW Camp?
Check out a preview of this year’s camp and some memories from previous camps!
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Every year we choose a location, time, and theme, and get together for a youth camp like none other. Our youth camp features a variety of activities. In the past we have done everything from rock climbing to whitewater rafting to spelunking. You can expect to go on one of the most spectacular hikes of your life, as well as a variety of other activities; no experience required! Pastors from various Pacific Northwest congregations take turns hosting in Washington state and Canada.
What makes our camp stand out from the rest is that we are Christ-based. Every year, our pastors choose a theme to help us focus on the scriptures and grow in faith. We surround ourselves with Christian fellowship, plunging into God’s great creation, immersing ourselves in our hunger for the one True Wisdom given to us in the Holy Scriptures. It is a week of studying and discussion diving deep into the Bible. Every morning and evening we have a devotion to help us stay focused. The campfire discussions are an opportunity for the campers and leaders to share and enjoy the Christian fellowship.