Camp is an incredible place. The Christian Camp and Conference Association (www.ccca.org) has identified the following benefits experienced in a week at summer camp: adult mentors, nature and adventure, lifelong friendships, temporary community (the opportunity to escape the pressures, limits and challenges of ‘normal’ life at home), and transformed lives.
Camp Heritage exists to help your child experience all of this and more. The nearly 10,000 minutes your child will spend at summer camp this year will be full of opportunities to be challenged physically; develop lifelong friendships; talk through decisions and experiences with caring adults, counselors and other mentors; combine nature and adventure; interact with 40 role models showing them Jesus; and return home transformed.
Summer Camp Staff Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 summer! Go to the Employment page for more information.
Each year the Executive Board of the AACP recognizes camps across the North American Division who are doing things to improve Adventist camping. Camp Heritage was recognized for...