Reserve your space at Procter this summer, register now for summer camp! Along with camps for children and youth, Procter has three sessions of Family Camp, for all ages, open to families of all kinds: friends, couples, godchildren and cousins for example.
Procter Summer Camp hopes to be a place for all people to play, pray, learn, and grow. Mornings at camp center around a fun, engaging Christian formation program. Rooted in scripture and guided by the week’s theme, formation is led by camp counselors and a chaplain. The afternoons offer free choice periods for recreation. Procter is home to a lake for swimming and canoeing, a pond to fish in, fields for large group games and sports, and an Arts and Crafts cottage to explore your creativity. After dinner the camp participates in a large group activity together, followed by campfire, devotions and lights out. Counselors are college-aged and specifically screened and selected for their experience with children and youth, and joy for camp and community work.
Contact: Andrea Foote, Interim Camp Director firstname.lastname@example.org