*Please note: All residential camps have been suspended for the summer of 2020. We will miss ALL of our campers and staff this summer, and are already planning for Summer 2021 – our 50th Anniversary year!
Despite the disappointments associated with the decision to suspend our residential and traveling day camp programs, we follow and serve a God of hope, who works for good always. We are at peace knowing that this is the best and safest course for campers and staff.
Final plans are underway for a camp-at-home program that will help us stay connected to you and your camper this summer. More information will be forthcoming about this new and very different way of doing camp in the near future!
A Cedarkirk staff member or Board member will reach out to you within the next week to chat about your options for reversing your registration. You will have three choices:
- Convert a portion of your fees into a donation to support Cedarkirk’s ministry through the pandemic.
- Roll your camp fees to next year to reserve your spot for Summer Camp 2021, or to this year’s Christmas Retreat
- Request a refund of fees paid for your child’s program.
We continue to hold you and your campers in our hearts and prayers. Please pray for our ministry, and for all the campers and counselors who will not have an opportunity to experience the Spirit-filled summer community at Cedarkirk. Continue to follow our social media accounts to stay connected with our community.
We cannot wait to welcome you back home as soon as we can!
At a place apart from the distractions and busyness of everyday life, Cedarkirk summer campers are free to build community, grow in faith, and revel in fun.
Camp is one of the most effective environments in which young people develop, learn, and grow. A significant and growing body of research shows that time spent at camp – and away from home – helps kids grow. They can choose to exercise new skills and take healthy risks in an environment built around physical and emotional safety.
Cedarkirk runs small-group programming: each camper will be part of a “family group” made up of other campers their age and led by trained counselors who supervise campers at all times. As part of a “family group,” campers will live, play, build relationships, and be loved just as they are.
Cedarkirk campers leave with a sense of accomplishment and a greater appreciation for their own – and others’ – abilities. They gain a deeper comprehension of their relationship with God and a new perspective on what they are capable of achieving.
We offer residential (overnight) programs for campers who have completed 1st-12th grades, and for adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
We can’t wait to welcome you home this summer!