2017 Teen Camp: July 16-22

In junior high and high school, kids are often influenced by peers and the media rather than just their parents. They are still searching and beginning to make decisions about who they are and what they believe. They

crave more interaction with their peers, enjoy high energy situations in larger groups, and are most

comfortable being open and vulnerable in small group settings. That's what they will get at Teen Camp!

Come and stay with a counselor and group of students your age as a Dorm Camper,

or stay with your parents or approved guardian as a Camper@Large!

There are a limited number of scholarships available for Teen Camp.

Download Scholarship Application


Kory Lantz and his wife, Ali, graduated from Bethel College in 2009 and moved into a neighborhood on the northwest side of South Bend to start Transformation Ministries to work with urban youth. They quickly fell in love with the people, the culture, and the city as they started a youth leadership program called Iron Sharpens Iron. Kory and Ali have two daughters and a couple of teenage boys living with them most of the time.

The Worship Band featuring Cidney DoBrodt is returning for their third year at Teen Camp. They love to lead young people into the presence of the living God through music. They are a gifted group and we are pleased to have the!


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Theme Nights

Plan to bring whatever you need to go all out for our THEME NIGHTS!

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Refund Policy: All but $25 will be refunded to you if canceled by July 1. No refunds after July 1.

Please read Parent Info below before registering.

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A DORM CAMPER is a student who stays overnight in a dorm with counselors and other students. All meals and activities are included in the registration cost.

A CAMPER@LARGE is a student who stays overnight on the grounds with a parent or approved guardian. All activities are included in the registration cost, but meals are on their own. If a student is staying with someone who is not their parent or legal guardian, an additional signature will be required by that person agreeing to be responsible for the student during Teen Camp. If you are using a paper registration, there is a space available for their signature. If you are registering online, you will need to download that form HERE.

TEEN CAMP / PRAIRIE CAMP GUIDELINES are in place to ensure your student and the other campers have a great time at Prairie Camp. Please read them HERE.

CHURCH SCHOLARSHIPS: If your church provides a camp scholarship, payment in full is required before Teen Camp begins. You are responsible to confirm that your church has made its contribution prior to checking in.

PACKING LIST: Casual clothes, toiletries, towels/washcloths, closed toe shoes, bedding, warm jacket/sweatshirt, modest swim suit, Bible & pen. DO NOT BRING: cell phone*, gaming devices, music players, snacks (snack are not allowed in dorms).

CHECK IN: Sunday, July 16 - 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. All campers must be checked in by a parent or legal guardian. The check in process can be greatly sped up if you have all your paperwork filled out and signed ahead of time.

CHECK OUT: Saturday, July 22 - 12:00 noon.

*CELL PHONES: To help our campers have the best time possible at camp, we do enforce a strict NO CELL PHONE policy.

if you have read the above parent info,

you may now proceed to register your camper.

If registering online, you will need to pay the full amount. Scholarships cannot be applied online.

If you prefer not to register online, download the Registration Form here and mail.