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Summer Camp FAQ's

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llama1. What is a typical day at camp like? 
A typical day at camp generally includes breakfast, cabin clean up, chapel and classes in nature, bible, art, and others. After lunch the whole camp observes “horizontal hour” before an afternoon of swimming, rafting, or visiting a farm. Supper may be a cookout or talent-feast followed by a club activity, a group game, and a worship service around a campfire. Each day ends with campers gathering with their counselor for devotions and a time of spiritual discussion. To see a sample schedule, click here.

2. How do I register for camp? 

You can register and pay online.  It only takes a few minutes.  A week after you register we will send you packing lists, a medical form, and other information.

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3. What should I bring along to camp? 
A swimsuit, a flashlight, a towel, insect repellent, a sweater or jacket, a sleeping bag, sheets (if you don’t have a sleeping bag) and a pillowcase, a Bible if you have one, sneakers and long pants for hiking, a water bottle, old sneakers or water shoes for rafting, casual wear for the talent feast and, most importantly, a positive attitude!

4. What should I not bring to camp?
Your cell phone, Game Boy, PSP, TV, radio, iPod, Discman, MP3 Player, money, jewelry and other valuables.

5. Is the food good? 
The food must be great, because campers regularly go back for seconds! Our chef plans meals to be tasty, nutritious and kid friendly.

6. Does camp provide transportation from NYC? 
Yes. Each week a bus picks up and drops off campers at one of our churches in the Bronx. (download a Summer Camp Brochure for more details). 

7. If plans change, can I get a refund? 
Refunds of 75% will be given up to and on May 1st.  Refunds of 25% will be given from May 2nd up to and on July 1st.  Complete details on refunds and "The Fine Print" are available.  Read More>>