2019 Summer Programs

Ready to have the best week of your summer? This season we will gather together as a community in fellowship, friendship, and faith.  All are invited to join in this camp community to learn, share and prepare for where the Spirit will lead each of us.

“May the God who gives hope fill you with great joy. 

May you have perfect peace as you trust in him. 

May the power of the Holy Spirit fill you with hope.” 

Romans 15:13

 

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May 4-11 Spring Work Camp

Sept 28- Oct 5- Fall Work Camp

For ALL ages! (Individuals, Church Groups, Youth Groups, Mission Groups, Families, Alumni & Friends!)

Volunteers, families and church mission trips to Presbytery Point Camp keep our building and grounds clean and in good repair. All ages enjoy the fellowship of working side by side to prepare for summer camp, and to help wrap up at the end of the season and prepare for fall and winter activities. Bring your skills, energy, tools, smiles, and share the spirit!


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June 9 – 14 Leadership & CIT Camp

Led by Rev. John Ritchie

For campers who’ve completed 9th through 12th grades

As summer begins, we invite young adult campers to learn leadership skills and work side-by-side with camp staff and counselors at our Day Camp.  Training will prepare campers for leadership roles as Counselors-In-Training at our 1st - 5th grade camps and in their own communities and schools. 


June 9–14 Day Camp

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Led by Rev. John Ritchie & Leadership campers

For campers who’ve completed 1st - 6th grades

This is an amazing week for campers who live nearby.  We gather from 9 am to 4 pm, and enjoy days filled with field games, small group bible time, hikes, campfires, and lots of songs!


June 16 – 22 Senior High Camp

Led by Rev. David Ramage

For campers who’ve completed 9th - 12th grades

If you haven’t already found out, Senior High Camp is the best week of the summer!  New and long-lasting friendships, growing in Christ and in character, fun field games, inspired devotional time, praise and worship music, small group conversation, lots of laughter, ultimate Frisbee and Ga-Ga, sailing, campfire and “Lifechecks”, awesome camp meals and fellowship, traditional  hike to Mt. Baldy, “beach” volleyball or pick-up basketball, Outpost Camp picnics, Senior vespers…and more! 

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June 23–June 29 Middle School Camp

Led by Revs. Karen and Greg Zurakowski

For campers who’ve completed 6th - 8th grades

Here is the chance to join old friends and bring new ones for a week of growing in faith and fun. We have combined the best of our camp traditions (campfire, Vespers, canoe trips, basketball, swimming, sailing) with newer ones — like our version of  Braveheart Capture the Flag and Ga-Ga dodgeball, cool crafts and green mission projects. Our spiritual walk this week shows us the joy of being part of God’s community and how we can reach out to share the fruit of the Spirit with others.


June 30-JULY 2 1ST & 2ND GRADE CAMP

Led by REV. RYAN DONAHOE

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For 1st & 2nd Grade Campers

An exciting introduction to summer camp in a two night overnight adventure! Campers will learn new songs at campfire, games, arts & crafts, waterfront, and worship!


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July 3-5 Family & Alumni camp

Led by Brenda Ransom

For families, alumni & friends

Take a holiday break with family and friends to experience summer fun at The Point.  Gather to relax, reminisce, and spend time together in this special place.   Enjoy Michigamme’s 4th of July events including fantastic fireworks viewed from the Point, a parade and community gathering.

*Accommodations are limited and are on a first come, first served basis. Please call Camp Director, Jenna Thompson, for more information and to reserve your spot!


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July 14-18 3rd-5th grade camp

Led by Rev. jon nelson

For campers who’ve completed 3rd-5th grades

The warmth of summer calls young campers to the shores of Lake Michigamme for lots of fun at the waterfront.  Play water games, build swimming and canoeing skills, have paddleboat races with your counselor, fish off the deep dock, and splash around with your new camp friends.  There will be plenty of fun on land, too, with field games, outpost camp cookouts and tenting, singing around the campfire, Bible lessons, craft projects, vespers, and more.