PROGRAMS

Camps

New Life Camp’s summer camp ministry has been thriving since it began in 1950! Whether taking part in Overnight Camp, Day Camp, our Alternative Camp Experience (A.C.E.) or our Retreats, it is our desire to give campers a unique and fun week that can change their lives forever.

It is an opportunity for kids to grow in friendships and confidence as they explore the outdoors in a variety of camp activities, get away from the distractions of technology and be immersed in the stories and teachings of the Word of God.

As they live, eat and play in community with others, our staff will pour into them, protect them as they teach them about the God who loves them and longs for a relationship with them.

Our Offerings

Day Camp is an opportunity for 4-10 year old children to experience traditional summer camp in a more limited setting.

Overnight Camp is for campers ages 8-18.

The Alternative Camp Experience, or A.C.E., is for 8-18 year old campers who want to experience the Overnight Camp program without staying overnight.

Retreats at New Life Camp are opportunities throughout the year to squeeze a week of the camp experience into a weekend.

Day Camp

Day Camp is an opportunity for 4-10 year old children to experience traditional summer camp in a more limited setting.

Age Breakdown

  • If your child will be age 4-7 by the Monday of their week of camp, they will be with the younger group of day campers.
  • If your child will be age 8-10 by August 31, 2021, they will be with the older group of day campers.
  • Participants are expected to be potty trained before attending.

Registration begins October 9, 2020 @ 10am

Pricing

  • Day Camp is $325 per camper – a non-refundable minimum payment of $150 is required for registration. The full balance is due by April 30th, 2021.
  • Discount opportunities
    • If you register for all 9 weeks, your 9th week is free. You will pay the full price for all 9 weeks initially. If your child completes all 9 weeks, you will be refunded the balance for the final week.
    • Our Family Bible Lessons are available for campers ages 8 and up. Enjoy learning how to read the Bible as a family and receive a discount on Summer Camp if all lessons are completed!

Summer Camp Cancellation Policy

    • This program may be conducted under COVID-19 governmental restrictions.
    • It is understood that COVID-19 restrictions will not be a valid cause for a refund if New Life Camp is permitted to conduct on-site physical camp.
    • You are registering for camp understanding the risk of COVID-19, and the various protocols that accompany a week of camp during a pandemic.
    • Full Payment is due on or before April 30th, 2021
    • Switching weeks before March 1st, 2021 = no additional charge – payment of $150 registration fee for current week will transfer to new week.
    • Switching weeks on or after March 1st, 2021 = payment of $150 registration fee for the current week will not transfer; an additional $150 registration fee must be paid for the new week.
    • Cancellation before May 15th, 2021 = full refund less $150 registration fee.  If there is an outstanding balance for the camper, any applicable refund will be applied to that balance.
    • Cancellation on or after May 15th, 2021 = no refund.
    • If New Life Camp makes any alterations in summer camp that are more restrictive than the Phase 2 restrictions used in 2020, our cancellation policy will be updated.

Dates for 2021

  • Week A: June 14-18
  • Week B. June 21-25
  • Week C: June 28-July 2
  • Week D: July 5-9
  • Week E: July 12-16
  • Week F: July 19-23
  • Week G: July 26-July 30
  • Week H: August 2-6
  • Week I: August 9-13

The Parent Handbook contains specific information about your child’s week of camp. Here are some topics you will find in the parent handbook.

  • COVID-19 Health Precautions
  • Day Camp Schedule
  • Monday Check-In
  • Rides In
  • Rides Out/Friday Check-Out
  • Meal Menu

2020 Day Camp Parent Handbook

Day Camp Snack Time is offered twice a day: once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Snack and drink items are included in camp registration cost.  No additional payments needed.

2021 Day Camp Snack Menu

What Girls Should Wear:

Camper’s clothes should not have any inappropriate words or depictions.

Shorts, Skirts and Dresses

  • Shorts should be at least fingertip length or have a 4-inch inseam.
  • Wearing skirts and dresses should be extremely limited based on the active nature of camp.
  • Skirts and dresses should be at least near knee-length.
  • Tights and spandex do not change the above rules.
  • If wearing leggings, shirts should cover the bottom.

Shirts

  • Shirts should be chosen with the active nature of camp in mind.
  • A camper’s stomach or lower back should never be visible.
  • Undergarments should never be visible
  • Campers should not wear anything strapless
  • Clothing is too tight when the outline of undergarments can be clearly seen.
  • Necklines should be modest.

Swimsuits

  • If wearing a two-piece swimsuit, the top and bottom should overlap so that neither the stomach nor lower back are visible.
  • Necklines should be modest.

 

What Boys Should Wear

  • Camper’s clothes should not have any inappropriate words or depictions.
  • Shorts should be at least fingertip length.
  • Shorts and pants should not sag, and undergarments should not be visible.
  • Boys should be wearing shirts unless swimming
  • Swimsuits should be fingertip length.

Campers are encouraged to bring a backpack with the following items. These items are intended to be left at camp overnight rather than be brought home every day:

  • Water bottle
  • 1 Towel
  • Bathing Suit (for girls: no midriff showing)
  • Water Shoes recommended for pool and lake activities
  • Sandals or flip flops for swim time
  • Floaties (if your child has difficulty swimming)
  • Optional:
    • Wednesday is Win Win Wednesday. Campers are invited to wear apparel supporting their favorite team.
    • Thursday is Huddle Day. Campers are invited to wear their huddle’s color.
    • Friday is Camp Shirt Friday. Campers are invited to wear the camp t-shirt they received during their week.

In order to maintain the intended atmosphere at New Life Camp, please do not allow your camper(s) to bring the following items:

  • Tobacco, alcohol or illegal drugs
  • Books or magazines with questionable material
  • Car keys
  • Pets
  • Electronic devices for entertainment
  • Blades, guns and other weapons
  • Music devices and instruments
  • Phones
  • We recommend campers leave anything of value not covered here at home. While New Life Camp keeps a lost and found storage, we are ultimately not responsible for lost or stolen property.

Overnight & A.C.E. Camp

Overnight Camp is for campers ages 8-18. The Alternative Camp Experience, or A.C.E., is for 8-18 year old campers who want to experience the Overnight Camp program without staying overnight. A.C.E. works in harmony with our Overnight Camp program and schedule, not the Day Camp schedule. Accordingly, you may bring your camper each morning for breakfast and pick them up following their final activity each evening.

Registration begins October 6, 7, & 8.

Note: At this time we will not be able to accept Multiple Week registrations for our Overnight Camp programs.  This solution comes from our desire for as many campers as possible to hear the gospel and experience a summer at New Life Camp.  However, starting January 1, 2021, you may request to add an additional week to your registration if there is availability.

We have broken our Overnight Camp & A.C.E. registrations up into multiple days, times, and genders you are registering.

  • High School Weeks (Girls) – October 6, 2020 @ 10am
  • High School Weeks (Boys) – October 6, 2020 @ 2pm
  • Middle School Weeks (Girls) – October 7, 2020 @ 10am
  • Middle School Weeks (Boys) – October 7, 2020 @ 2pm
  • Elementary School Weeks (Girls) – October 8, 2020 @ 10am
  • Elementary School Weeks (Boys) – October 8, 2020 @ 2pm

Pricing

  • Overnight Camp is $575 per camper – a non-refundable minimum payment of $150 is required for registration. The full balance is due by April 30th, 2021.
  • A.C.E. Camp is $475 per camper – a non-refundable minimum payment of $150 is required for registration. The full balance is due by April 30th, 2021.
  • Interested in a discount? Our Family Bible Lessons include two great things in one: Enjoy learning how to read the Bible as a family and receive a discount on Summer Camp if all lessons are completed!

Summer Camp Cancellation Policy

    • This program may be conducted under COVID-19 governmental restrictions.
    • It is understood that COVID-19 restrictions will not be a valid cause for a refund if New Life Camp is permitted to conduct on-site physical camp.
    • You are registering for camp understanding the risk of COVID-19, and the various protocols that accompany a week of camp during a pandemic.
    • Full Payment is due on or before April 30th, 2021
    • Switching weeks before March 1st, 2021 = no additional charge – payment of $150 registration fee for current week will transfer to new week.
    • Switching weeks on or after March 1st, 2021 = payment of $150 registration fee for the current week will not transfer; an additional $150 registration fee must be paid for the new week.
    • Cancellation before May 15th, 2021 = full refund less $150 registration fee.  If there is an outstanding balance for the camper, any applicable refund will be applied to that balance.
    • Cancellation on or after May 15th, 2021 = no refund.
    • If New Life Camp makes any alterations in summer camp that are more restrictive than the Phase 2 restrictions used in 2020, our cancellation policy will be updated.

Dates for 2021

Summer Camp registration is divided by your child’s age, not grade. Their age for summer camp is calculated based on how old they are by August 31st, 2021.

High School (ages 14-18)

  • High School Week 1: June 13-18
  • High School Week 2: July 11-16

Middle School (Ages 11-13)

  • Middle School Week 1: June 20-25
  • Middle School Week 2: July 4-9
  • Middle School Week 3: July 18-23
  • Middle School Week 4: August 1-6

Elementary School (ages 8-10)

  • Elementary School Week 1: June 27-July 2
  • Elementary School Week 2: July 25-30

There will be assigned staggered check-in times on Sunday afternoons. You will be emailed your assigned time prior to the week.

Our parent handbooks contain useful information for your child’s week of camp. Here are some topics you will find in the parent handbook that you will need to know for your week of camp:

  • COVID-19 Health Precautions
  • General Daily Schedule
  • Camper Rules
  • First Aid Policies
  • A.C.E. Drop Off and Pick Up Schedule
  • Picking Up Your Child/Friday Check-Out
  • Meal Menu

2020 Overnight Camp & A.C.E. Parent Handbook

What Girls Should Wear:

Camper’s clothes should not have any inappropriate words or depictions.

Shorts, Skirts and Dresses

  • Shorts should be at least fingertip length or have a 4-inch inseam.
  • Wearing skirts and dresses should be extremely limited based on the active nature of camp.
  • Skirts and dresses should be at least near knee-length.
  • Tights and spandex do not change the above rules.
  • If wearing leggings, shirts should cover the bottom.

Shirts

  • Shirts should be chosen with the active nature of camp in mind.
  • A camper’s stomach or lower back should never be visible.
  • Undergarments should never be visible.
  • Campers should not wear anything strapless.
  • Clothing is too tight when the outline of undergarments can be clearly seen.
  • Necklines should be modest.

Swimsuits

  • If wearing a two-piece swimsuit, the top and bottom should overlap so that neither the stomach nor lower back are visible.
  • Necklines should be modest.

What Boys Should Wear

  • Camper’s clothes should not have any inappropriate words or depictions.
  • Shorts should be at least fingertip length.
  • Shorts and pants should not sag, and undergarments should not be visible.
  • Boys should be wearing shirts unless swimming.
  • Swimsuits should be fingertip length.
  • As of June 28th, masks for staff, volunteers, and campers ages 11 or older will be required while on site.  We highly recommend you pack enough face coverings for each day that your camper(s) will be with us. Our campers will not be required to wear a mask while:
    • Eating or drinking
    • Sleeping
    • In Water
    • 6 feet apart from others
    • Strenuous outdoor activity
  • Water bottle
  • Bible (notebook and pen/pencil also recommended)
  • Sheets and Blanket or Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Toiletries
  • Towels (bath towel and swim towel)
  • Flashlight
  • Modest Bathing Suit (for girls: no midriff showing)
  • Sandals or flip flops for swim time
  • Water Shoes recommended for pool and lake activities
  • Sports Clothing
  • Tennis Shoes
  • Rain Jacket
  • Medications in their original containers (if any)
  • Date of last tetanus shot (for reporting at check-in)
  • Optional: Wednesday is Win-Win Wednesday. Campers are invited to wear apparel supporting their favorite team.
  • Here is a Printable Overnight Camp Packing List to help you get ready for your child’s week at Camp!

In order to maintain the intended atmosphere at New Life Camp, please do not allow your camper(s) to bring the following items:

  • Tobacco, alcohol or illegal drugs
  • Books or magazines with questionable material
  • Car keys
  • Pets
  • Electronic devices for entertainment
  • Blades, guns and other weapons
  • Music devices and instruments
  • Phones
  • We recommend campers leave anything of value not covered here at home. While New Life Camp keeps a lost and found storage, we are ultimately not responsible for lost or stolen property.

Snack Shack Wrist Bands

Overnight and A.C.E. campers have several options when it comes to our Snack Shack times each day. Snack bands can be purchased through our registration system or at check-in.

  • Snack Shack Band Prices
    • $20 – 1 item each snack time (typically 3 times a day)
    • $40 – 2 items each snack time (typically 3 times a day)
    • No refund is given at the end of the week for any times they do not visit the Snack Shack. You can choose between the Unlimited Options band or the Light Options band.
  • 2021 Snack Shack Menu
  • One thing that makes New Life Camp great is the ability that it gives each camper to try new things! We want each camper to remember those new things by keeping track of their new experiences and achievements.
  • Every achievement is worth points, and New Life Camp keeps track of each camper’s points summer after summer for as long as they continue to come here.

Bronze Status

  • New Life Experience Bronze
  • Campers who receive 20,000 points will achieve New Life Bronze Camper Status.
  • They will receive a certificate at Friday’s Closing Ceremony.
  • Their first name and last initial are listed on our website.

Silver Status

  • New Life Experience Silver
  • Campers who receive 50,000 points will achieve New Life Silver Camper Status.
  • They will receive a certificate at Friday’s Closing Ceremony.
  • Their first name and last initial are listed on our website.
  • Their full name will be posted in Johnson Gym.

Gold Status

  • New Life Experience Gold
  • Campers who receive 200,000 points will achieve New Life Gold Camper Status.
  • They will receive a certificate at Friday’s Closing Ceremony.
  • Their first name and last initial are listed on our website.
  • Their full name will be posted in Johnson Gym on a gold plaque.

Platinum Status

  • Campers who receive 500,000 points will achieve New Life Platinum Camper Status.
  • They will receive a certificate at Friday’s Closing Ceremony.
  • Their first name and last initial are listed on our website.
  • Their full name will be posted in Johnson Gym on a platinum plaque.
  • They will receive one free week of New Life Camp.

Retreats

Retreats at New Life Camp are opportunities throughout the year to squeeze a week of the camp experience into a weekend.  There are separate retreats offered in the fall and winter seasons for elementary, middle school and high school students (age 8-18).

Activities include:

  • 9 Square
  • Teaching from God’s Word
  • Basketball
  • Carpetball
  • Crafts
  • Dodgeball
  • GaGa Ball
  • Kan Jam
  • Mini-Golf
  • Games
  • Ping Pong
  • Elementary School Retreat – September 11-13
  • Middle School Retreat – September 18-20
  • High School Retreat – September 25-27
  • Registration: Currently Closed
    • Elementary Retreat Registration closes Wednesday, September 9th @5pm
    • Middle School Retreat Registration closes Wednesday, September 16th @ 5pm
    • High School Retreat Registration closes Wednesday, September 23rd @5pm
  • Price: $150
  • Check-in: 7pm Friday
    • We will be administering a drive-through check-in process.
    • You will be emailed the week before the retreat with your cabin assignment and check-in time frame.
  • Check-out: 1pm Sunday
    • Just like check-in, you will receive a time for pick up and siblings can be picked up at the same time.
  • Read Our Important COVID-19 Details for Retreats
  • Pricing: (all pricing includes a snack band for 2 snacks per Snack Shack time)
    • Early Bird Price (November 3-30): $160
    • Full Price (Beginning December 1): $210
  • Dates:
    • High School Retreat – January 8-10
    • Middle School Retreat – January 15-17
    • Elementary School Retreat – January 22-24
  • Registration Begins: November 3rd
  • Drop Off: 5:40-8:00 pm Friday
    • We will be administering a drive-through check-in process.
    • You will be emailed the week before the retreat with your cabin assignment and check-in time frame.
  • Pick Up: 1:00-3:20 pm Sunday
    • Just like check-in, you will receive a time for pick up and siblings can be picked up at the same time.
  • Read Our Important COVID-19 Details for Retreats
  • Masks for staff, volunteers, and campers ages 5 or older will be required while on site.  We highly recommend you pack enough face coverings for each day that your camper(s) will be with us. Our campers will not be required to wear a mask while:
    • Eating or drinking
    • Sleeping
    • In Water
    • 6 feet apart from others
    • Strenuous outdoor activity
  • Water Bottle
  • Bible (notebook and pen/pencil also recommended)
  • Sheets and Blanket or Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Toiletries
  • Towel
  • Swim Suit (Middle School & High School only.  For girls – no mid-drift showing)
  • Flashlight
  • Sports Clothing
  • Tennis Shoes
  • Rain Jacket/Umbrella
  • Cash for Snacks (Recommended $10)
  • Medications in the original containers (if any)
  • Date of last tetanus shot (for reporting at check-in)

Other Offerings

Basketball Camps: Athletes will be taught basketball fundamentals, focusing on the individual basic skills of passing, defense, ball-handling and shooting.  Instruction will focus on teaching the fundamentals while teaching kids to have fun while competing.  Each day, biblical character lessons from the coaches will be taught that connect both to basketball and life.

Volleyball Camps: Learn the game and improve your skills with concentrated practices for different age groups.  Campers will be formed into teams to practice and compete for individual and team points as they learn to fine tune their fundamentals of volleyball.  Each day, biblical character qualities will be taught that connect both volleyball and life.  Prizes will be awarded at the end of camp.

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