June 1-5, 2020
Jonathan Creek Conference Center
On the shores of Kentucky Lake

2020 Camp Preview Video


Need a scholarship for camp? Forms will be available March 4, 2020.

Activities at camp are “Points of Impact” or POIs because every moment at camp is intentional.
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Interested in serving at camp?
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Middle school camp is for students who have just completed 6th, 7th, or 8th grade. We depart on Monday morning, June 1st and return on Friday afternoon, June 5th. The trip is approximately 5 hours (335 miles) and lunch is provided. Camp is at the Jonathan Creek Conference Center in Hardin, KY on the shores of scenic Kentucky Lake. It is secluded and secure; we have a security team and nurses available. We will be the only group on site. Housing will be in lodges with bunk beds, bathrooms, and living space. 7 students and 1 counselor will share a room. Each full day of camp will feature Bible study, recreation, swimming, selected activities, worship, free time, and night fellowships. Price includes all activites, a t-shirt, all meals, and transportation.


Crossings is our partner for 2020. They provide staff, programming, and facilities for camp. Crossings Ministries exists to proclaim the Gospel & see God transform lives, grow leaders, and partner with the church to the glory of Christ. They are part of the Kentucky Baptist Convention and have been providing camps for children and students for decades.

Registration for Camp 2020 Opens March 4

Camp Theme

Do you know the man and the God behind the story? Join us in Summer 2020 to experience the beginning, when God brought Moses through the waters so that he could then bring his people through the waters. This is the story of how the staff of Moses went to war with the serpent of Pharaoh. This is the story of the burning bush and the burning mountain, the bloody Nile and the blood-soaked doorpost, the parting Israel through the parted Red Sea, and the passing of God’s glorious face over the ashamed but reclaimed face of Israel.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cell phone policy?

Cell phones and other devices are allowed on the ride to and from camp. Leaders will collect devices from students upon arrival in the room. Students may use devices to call home only.

Can I get a refund?

All deposits are non-refundable. All money turned in above the $100 deposit can be refunded immediately following camp.

What if I have allergies?

Please note any allergies on your registration form. Crossings’ kitchen staff will be happy to accomodate you and provide what is needed.

How can I stay informed about camp?

Subscribe to our weekly Middle School Ministry Update, follow us on Instagram and on Facebook! During the week of camp, pictures and videos will be regularly posted. You will also be able to sign up for our camp texts with reports from the day and times of arrival.

Are there any meetings I must attend?

Camp parent and student drop-in will be on Sunday, May 17 from 8:00am-12:00pm in the Warehouse. You will get a packing list, find out your roommates, counselor, and bus, be able to pay any final balance due, and ask any final questions.

Do I need extra spending money?

All activities and meals are paid for in the camp price. There will be a snack shack open every day and a camp gift shop if you want to bring extra money.