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  • 1 The CC Mission
    CC provides opportunities for children, youth and families to encounter Jesus Christ and an outdoor environment – building up the whole person.
  • 2 The CC Main Goal
    Each person will know Jesus Christ better through what they see in the staff, hear in the conversations and experience in the staff facilitated group activities.
  • 3 The CC Experience
    CC’s summer residential camps for girls and boys includes 60 acres of engaging activities; a community building that forms lasting friendships; and trained college age counselors who lead, guide and connect with campers relationally & spiritually.
  • 4 The Family Campground
    Thirty-eight campsites nestled in oaks and pines available for family camping on a limited basis. Some with water and sewer. Lakeside sites available. All with electric. Nearby trails. Fishing. Swimming. Boat ramp available. Reservations required
  • 5 The CC Values
    Staff use imagery and experience alongside the Bible to help campers focus on Jesus Christ and living out their faith.
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Where We Go

Kids Benefit from Outdoor Time

Did you know that in the 3 years of recorded history about Jesus, he pulled away to "retreat" and unplug in order to connect with the Father 25 times.

Research shows that kids are in desperate need of outdoor time away from TV, videos, etc. Sites like the National Wildlife Federation spout evidence of this need. There is even concern for what is called a Nature Deficit Disorder with our kids.

And it is not enough to just "unplug" and create a vacuum. Camp Concordia provides an environment that helps to guide kids through a process, including their walk with Jesus Christ. In the midst of the outdoor fun, Camp Concordia is like a filling station. 

Each day, from the moment our kids arrive, they are welcomed by an amazing staff who really cares about them. This staff commits their entire summer for our kids. After more than 10 days of training, lifeguard training, 1st Aid/CPR/AED training, background checks, and leadership training, these summer ministry staff are ready to create an environment of friendships, faith and fun!

2018 Summer Schedule - Click on desired session 
(View on UltraCamp will be up in November - Online Registration System)
Sessions marked FULL may still accept campers for the session "Waiting List."
All Grades refer to the grade entering in the fall.

Grades>
Session Dates
1-3 3-5 5-6  6-8 8-10 10-12 Family
Jun 10-15     Quest
*Rockets
*Swim Lessons
Trails
*Swim Lessons
  Junior Counselor 1
Jun 10-22
 
Weekend
Jun 15-17
     Connect* Connect*    Family Explorers
Jun 17-22     Quest
*Rockets
*Swim Lessons
*Sports
Trails
*Horse Rides
*Swim Lessons
Survivor
   
Weekend
Jun 22-24
   Available for Group Retreats
Jun 24-29   Journey
*Rockets
*Swim Lessons
Quest
*Horse Rides
*Swim Lessons
Alpha Survivor for Boys
    Junior Counselor 2
Jun 24-Jul 4
 
Jun 29-
  Jul 1

  Connect*       Family Journey
Jul 1-4
 (4-Day)

Sun - Wed
Explorer Journey 
*Swim Lessons
       
Jul 5-8
Thur - Sun
            Family Camp
Jul 8-13       Trails
*Mtn Bike
*Horse Rides
*Water Sports
Survivor
Venture
*Water
*Guitar Lessons
Junior Counselor 3
July 8-20
 
Weekend
Jul 13-15
Explorer     Connect* Connect*  
Jul 15-20   Journey
*Rockets
*Swim Lessons

 

Trails 
*Water Sports
*Swim Lessons
Venture
*Mtn Bike
*Horses
*Water
 
Weekend
Jul 20-22
   Available for Group Retreats
Jul 22-27   Journey
*Rockets
*Swim Lessons
Quest
*Swim Lessons
Alpha Survivor for Girls
    Junior Counselor 4
Jul 22-Aug 3
 
Weekend
Jul 27-29
Explorer   Connect*      
Jul 29-
  Aug 3
    Quest
*Rockets
*Swim Lessons
Trails
*Water Sports
   
               
               

*Options: The asterick (*) prior to a word, (i.e., *Rockets) means that this option is available for this camp session. Some are at no cost and others are programming that requires additional costs.

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