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“Volunteers” seems like such an inadequate term. You are really our do-it-all, super-hero, mind-boggling miracle workers.

We really, couldn’t do it without your support!

It takes a lot of big hearts and willing hands to keep up with so many vibrant, excited, deserving campers. Our volunteers support Presbytery Point through both people-power and cost savings.

Each year, we rely on the support of a diverse group of volunteers at camp and in our summer season and off season. So no matter what your experience or skills, if you have a passion for helping our mission, we’ll work to find a way for you to join in. We have an array of volunteer jobs that range from working outside on our beautiful grounds, helping in the kitchen, cleaning up after meals, serving as a counselor to a cabin full of adoring campers, and of course offering support and encouragement at all of our camp activities. Each year we look for volunteer nurses & EMT’s, arts and crafts leaders, field activity leaders, kitchen helpers, camp grandma’s and grandpa’s, and individuals who have a talent or teachable moment in their back pockets.

“The summers I spent at Camp were the best summers in my life. I learned about myself and grew both as a person and in my faith. I was a staff member or volunteer at least as many years as I was a camper and while they’re very different experiences, I think I got more out of being a staff member than a camper. Which is something I never would have thought was possible when I was a camper!

Being there as young campers grow in their faith and open their hearts as an adult is an experience I’ve felt twofold. I treasure the friends I made as a camper, but the friends I made as a staff member have lasted far longer. The shared experience of being there for one another through all the heartaches the campers open up about in their lives, has strengthened our bond. While the hardest part of the job is to take on the challenges the campers are living through, knowing that we’re providing that safe place for the kids is why I treasure The Point. It’s what brings me back again and again. Even if I have to do dishes to be there!”
— Kathy Tall - Camper, Staff, & Volunteer years 1991 - 2011