Where tie-dye and sunglasses are considered business casual.

At Presbytery Point, our commitment to providing a superior camping program begins with our staff. Our summer camp counselors are educators, college students and camper alumni with the expertise and dedication to offer the best possible instruction and attention to your child. Experienced, caring and dedicated, our summer camp staff brings energy and love to surround your child in a highly supportive and safe environment.

At the start of each season, new and returning counselors and volunteers participate in an orientation and a series of carefully planned training sessions, including First Aid and CPR Certification. Throughout the summer, counselors are continually evaluated to ensure they are following Presbytery Point’s expectations and guidelines. Prior to hiring, all staff and volunteers are required to have criminal record and child abuse background checks performed along with strong recommendations from past experiences working with children.



Kitchen Staff

Our “Red Pine Pan-Tree” kitchen is run by a Head Cook, Assistant Cook, and two of our lifeguards. Together, they serve three meals each day and snacks to campers and staff. We are looking for individuals who have cooking and baking background, commercial kitchen experience, and an understanding of “camper friendly” meals.


Waterfront & Support Staff

The Waterfront team ensures the safety of our guests on Presbytery Point’s beach and docks. Lifeguards guard not only for Presbytery Point summer programs but also visiting guest camps throughout the summer. When the waterfront is closed, you can find this team in our Dining Hall helping the kitchen staff prepare meals and cleaning dishes! Simply put, without this team, camp wouldn’t be possible. These staff members play an essential role in the day-to-day running of our property and program from behind the scenes.


overnight cabin counselor

Overnight Cabin Counselor’s serve as the leader with their small group of campers - in cabin & during daily activities. The main focus of this position is to provide a safe space for campers to experience the love of Christ and grow in understanding of the gospel. Counselor’s are responsible for camper supervision and safety, dining hall etiquette, cabin clean up, and working towards becoming the best role model they can be. As such, counselors must have an understanding of the Christian faith and the ability to teach and communicate what a life of faith looks like. During camping program, counselors are responsible for interacting with their campers, while supporting the activity leaders in any way possible. Applicants must be mature, flexible, and able to multitask and focus throughout shifting priorities.