We take this opportunity to acknowledge how difficult and chaotic this current season is for you. We know you are doing your best to navigate the future of kids ministry during this unprecedented time. When it comes to thinking about camp next summer, you may have many questions, specifically about camper health and safety.
The safety of our campers, summer staffers, and location staff is our utmost priority. We continue to closely monitor the spread of COVID-19 and its impact on camp. We remain committed to providing the camp experience that you have come to expect from us.
While we cannot answer all questions at this time, we continue to work to ensure a safe and healthy camp environment. Here are three things we want you to know:
1. We have formed a Camp COVID Task Force. This group is composed of full-time camp staff with many years of experience coordinating camp. These individuals are experts in serving churches in the unique environment that camp offers.
2. Every part of camp is being evaluated. Our team is thinking through each interaction at camp to determine how to enhance camper safety. This includes working closely with our host locations to plan ahead considering guidance from the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) and other local health organizations.
3. We are connecting regularly with our advisory board members. These kid ministry leaders are just like you, and are helping us address needs and concerns.
We take great responsibility in doing our part to keep campers as safe as possible while they are participating in a transformational week of camp. A detailed plan will be shared in the future.
Churches continue to be able to register for 2021 with no deposit due until January 31, 2021. If you have any questions please reach out to us at email@example.com.