Middle School Camp 2022 is for current 5th-7th graders (or will be 6th – 8th graders during school year 2022-23). This year camp will be held at Miracle Ranch, Port Orchard WA.
DATES: Wednesday, June 22 at 9 am until Sunday, June 26 at noon
ACTIVITIES & WHAT TO EXPECT: Group games, water activities, supervised free time, daily worship, devotional time, and small groups. A group of volunteer leaders (Bethany adults and high schoolers ) will serve as small group leaders, cabin counselors, game masters, speakers, etc. This is a great opportunity for your student to grow in their community at Bethany and deepen their relationship with Jesus. All programming - worship, messages, games, small groups - will be led by Bethany volunteers and staff. Miracle Ranch will handle all food, provide lifeguards at the waterfront, and handle all “special” activities that are reserved for our group (like the ropes course).
TRANSPORTATION: Campers are transported from Bethany to camp with youth leaders on a rented bus with a driver employed by the bus company only for our group.
COST: $475. If money is an obstacle, we have scholarship funds available and want everyone to experience camp (seriously!). If this cost would prohibit your student from going to camp, please allow us to provide a scholarship.
If you are wondering what Middle School Camp is like: Please view this video was made by a youth leader back in 2018 as a highlight reel for students on that trip (note: the camp facility in 2018 was different, so don’t look forward to a pool!).
Friends are welcome! Please share this page/registration link with them.
- 30 days prior to camp, all registered students will get an email from Danielle Merseles listing the protocols.
- Families that cannot comply will be offered a full refund.
- All leaders will be required to be vaccinated. We will ask for the vaccination status of students. If you need to discuss this, please let Danielle know: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- All leaders and students will be required to test prior to camp. Delayed results will be the responsibility of the family to wait and drive students to camp.