VOLUNTEERS

MISSION TEAMS

Camp Grace offers missional experiences focusing on camp activities and another focusing on the camp grounds. Both are designed to help in creating the distraction free camp environment that we seek as we work towards transforming lives. Our mission teams will get to decide what works best for their group by choosing the type of missional experience they are seeking.

MISSION TEAMS

Camp Grace offers missional experiences focusing on camp activities and another focusing on the camp grounds. Both are designed to help in creating the distraction free camp environment that we seek as we work towards transforming lives. Our mission teams will get to decide what works best for their group by choosing the type of missional experience they are seeking.

COUNSELORS IN TRAINING

Camp Grace’s Counselor-In-Training (CIT) program is designed for high school students, ages 15-17, to experience serving in an overnight summer camp setting. CITs will be paired with one of our trained college summer staff and play an important assistant role in the day to day life we create inside our cabins. This local ministry opportunity can deepen your walk with Jesus Christ, expand your worldview, cultivate a servanthood mindset and strength your leadership abilities.

COUNSELORS IN TRAINING

Camp Grace’s Counselor-In-Training (CIT) program is designed for high school students, ages 15-17, to experience serving in an overnight summer camp setting. CITs will be paired with one of our trained college summer staff and play an important assistant role in the day to day life we create inside our cabins. This local ministry opportunity can deepen your walk with Jesus Christ, expand your worldview, cultivate a servanthood mindset and strength your leadership abilities.

SERVICE PROJECTS

One unique way to get connected with the vision of Camp Grace is to plan a service project day, weekend or week to help maintain, improve, and build up our facilities from one summer to the next. With 300 acres that make up the Camp Grace campus there is always something to do! Contact Lucas Farmer at lucas@thecampgrace.com to guide you through picking the right project for your group.

SERVICE PROJECTS

One unique way to get connected with the vision of Camp Grace is to plan a service project day, weekend or week to help maintain, improve, and build up our facilities from one summer to the next. With 300 acres that make up the Camp Grace campus there is always something to do! Contact Lucas Farmer at lucas@thecampgrace.com to guide you through picking the right project for your group.

LIST OF NEEDS

Camp Grace’s growth depends on the generosity of many. We have needs that range from basketballs, paper towels and other supplies for camp to tractors, weed eaters and other camp facilities needs. For a specific list check our Amazon Wish List for up to date needs.

LIST OF NEEDS

Camp Grace’s growth depends on the generosity of many. We have needs that range from basketballs, paper towels and other supplies for camp to tractors, weed eaters and other camp facilities needs. For a specific list check our Amazon Wish List for up to date needs.

NURSES

Each week we have campers, we like to have a nurse on-site to administer medications and help with injuries that occur throughout the week. The nurses will work with our nurse intern who is a college nursing student that will assist the nurse during their week.

NURSES

Each week we have campers, we like to have a nurse on-site to administer medications and help with injuries that occur throughout the week. The nurses will work with our nurse intern who is a college nursing student that will assist the nurse during their week.

SNACK TEAM

Food is an important part of camp but it is also the largest expense during the week. Our snacks each day are provided by volunteers: families, individuals, churches, businesses. Some of our snack teams do a snack once during the summer and others do one day every week throughout the summer. Most of our snack teams, come and serve snacks so they can interact with the campers. If you cannot come but still want to serve, donating money to cover the snack time is also available. Our team will use your donation to provide the campers with a snack while they are at camp.
If interested, please contact Courtney Meeks at courtney@thecampgrace.com

SNACK TEAM

Food is an important part of camp but it is also the largest expense during the week. Our snacks each day are provided by volunteers: families, individuals, churches, businesses. Some of our snack teams do a snack once during the summer and others do one day every week throughout the summer. Most of our snack teams, come and serve snacks so they can interact with the campers. If you cannot come but still want to serve, donating money to cover the snack time is also available. Our team will use your donation to provide the campers with a snack while they are at camp.
If interested, please contact Courtney Meeks at courtney@thecampgrace.com