Middle School Classic

For ages:

6th Grade
7th Grade

Get ready for a full week of fun! Your camper will have a chance to experience all that camp has to offer, make new friends and experience God in worship, in nature, and in community. Our Middle School program is designed to help kids grow as people of faith in an intentional and welcoming Christian community, where faith and fun are woven into life throughout the day. Campers will work together to tackle our low ropes challenge course, and reach new heights on our high ropes challenge course, rock wall, and zip line! On an overnight camp out at one of our remote sites they will learn how to live in harmony with nature and “rough it”, cooking & eating outdoors and sleeping in a tent. As they play games, worship, and spend time in nature, they will experience how we are all uniquely a part of God’s world!

First Day (Sunday): Registration open 2:30-3:30pm
Last Day (Friday): Departure at 12:00pm
On the last day, you are invited to join us for our closing celebrations, with a debut of our video from the week at 11:00am or for our closing worship at 11:30am! A complimentary lunch will be served following closing worship, and you are welcome to enjoy some food before you depart.

Schedule

Each schedule may differ slightly, but will center around core parts of the camp experience. A sample schedule can be found below:

  • Wake up!
  • Morning Movers & Alpha – Start the day with some silly fun and a prayer
  • Breakfast
  • Camp TLC/Cabin clean up – Taking care of our living spaces is part of community life
  • Morning Chapel – We gather for worship together, to introduce the theme of the day!
  • Journey Time – Games and activities help us explore the Bible and talk about God together
  • All Camp Game: Bonkers!
  • Lunch
  • Quiet Time – Sabbath is important, and a busy day at camp means a little rest can give campers energy to enjoy the day to the fullest!
  • Seekers (Afternoon Activities) – Campers can choose activities that vary a bit from day to day, like swimming, canoeing, arts & crafts, drama, music, ultimate Frisbee, yoga, and more!
  • Canteen – Canteen is open for snacks & beverages, while campers can play games like tetherball, 4-square, giant checkers, or just hang out on the floating dock!
  • Afternoon Worship – We gather to sing, pray, and hear the Word
  • Field Game: Water Kickball
  • Dinner
  • After Dinner Entertainment – Something fun, silly, and often surprising!
  • All Camp Game: Capture the Flag
  • Canteen
  • Campfire – We gather around a campfire in praise and song
  • Omega – Reflect on the day with your cabin and end the day in prayer together
  • Sleep!

Packing List

Campers spend most of their time outdoors, pack clothes suitable for warm days and cool nights—layers work best.

Suggested Clothing

  • 4-5 T-Shirts
  • 1 Long Sleeve T-Shirt
  • 3 Pair of Shorts
  • 1 Pair of Pants
  • 1 Sweatshirt
  • Swim Suit & Beach Towel
  • Pajamas
  • Rain Jacket
  • Shoes (hiking or tennis shoes as well as shower sandals)

Non-clothing Items

  • Sleeping bag, pillow, fitted sheet
  • Personal items (soap, shampoo/conditioner, toothbrush, deodorant, bath towels, etc.)
  • Water bottle
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug repellent
  • Bible
  • Paper and pencil or pen
  • Sunglasses or Hat
  • Camp Store and Canteen money (campers will have chances to visit the camp store and canteen throughout the week)
  • Camera (optional)
  • Postcards or stationery and stamps (optional)

Dates:

  • June 16, 2019 - June 21, 2019
  • July 14, 2019 - July 19, 2019
  • July 28, 2019 - August 2, 2019

CHOOSE YOUR TIER

Realizing that everyone has a different ability to pay, Pathways has instituted a voluntary 3 Tier fee structure for Camp Emmaus summer programs. You may choose the tier that is more suitable for your situation. It’s a free-will system; you tell us what is affordable for you and your family. All participants receive the same Emmaus experience no matter what they pay!

Tier 3

Corresponds to what it actually costs Pathways to provide summer programming.

$540

Tier 2

A partially subsidized fee for those who can pay a little more but still cannot afford the rate which represents the true cost of camp.

$460

Tier 1

A subsidized rate, it does not reflect the true cost of operating summer camp programs but is offered to ensure that all families have the opportunity to experience camp!

$405

Need some ideas on how to share your camper’s experience, even if you weren’t there? Check out the Camp Conversation Guide!

JOIN IN THE FUN!