Summer is here, and with that comes exciting camp possibilities for kids. Trinity Pines Conference Center is hosting several camps this summer for you and your church. Here’s a snapshot of information you need to plan and to engage children in your church and community with the Gospel this summer.
Who: Preteens 3rd - 6th grade
What: Camp Overflow provides a fun, fast-paced Christain camp that focuses on providing quality Bible-based Christian education while building lasting friendships through the love of Jesus Christ.
- Session I July 7-11
- Session II July 11-15
Cost: $200 if registered by March 15 or $210 after $30 deposit
More Info: http://www.trinitypines.org/overflow/
RA's & Boy's Discovery Camp
Who: Boys who have completed 1st-12th
Discovery Camp: Campers will have an active several days of Biblical applications, mission study (with the Texas Baptist Men Water Mission), ropes course, swimming, blobbing, archery, riflery, fishing at the lake, worship services, campfire services, canoeing, and learning outdoor living skills.
Optional Wilderness Camp (6th-12th grade): Campers have to option of participating in a wilderness camp, where they will sleep in tents, prepare breakfast and dinner in an outdoor kitchen. Activities will be done as an Adventure Camp group: outdoor living skills, archery, riflery, nature discovery, ropes course, missions, campfire services—as well as other activities with the rest of Discovery Camp.
When: June 24-27
Cost: $199/camper includes lodging & meals. $230 after June 7th.
Girls' Mission Camp
Who: Girls 1st-6th grade
What: A girls' camp experience filled with craft, games, prayer times, swimming, a ropes course, devotions, and more. Camp Pastor is John Milton along with his wife Laurie, who were missionaries to Madagascar.
When: June 24-27, 2018
Cost: $200/person by May 19th. Late registration is $220
More Info: contact Susan Morgan at 281-807-4537
We hope these camps provide a chance for kids to experience the beauty of God's creation while Trinity Pines seeks to fulfill their mission statement: