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Sr. High Camp Weekend

Senior High Camp is coming up!!  It will be held August 11-13 at Camp Mt. Hermon.  Sonja Griffith will once again be directing this camp with a theme of “Red Rover, Red Rover!”  This will be an exciting and fun weekend for all campers who have completed grades 9-12.  They will focus on ‘breaking barriers’ … read on

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RYC 2016–Strip Down: Changing from the Inside Out

Plan now to attend Regional Youth Conference to take place February 26-28 at McPherson College!

Gathering 2015 coming soon!

Gathering 2015 coming soon!

October 30 is when it all begins! We gather for inspiration, training, renewing and building new friendship and just plain good times!

New survival camp

New “On the Edge” survival camp in August

This year the Outdoor Ministries Team (OMT) offers a new experience for campers: “On the Edge” Survival Camp. This session will be held August 2–7, 2015 at Camp Mt. Hermon and limited to 12 campers (half girls, half boys) who have completed grades 7 to 10. The limited spaces will fill up fast. Register now … read on

Register for summer camp!

Register for summer camp!

With the first camp session starting May 29, the summer camp season will be upon us before we know it! Register soon!

Camp changes for web

District camp schedules reconfigured

(For summer camp registration materials, please go to the websites of Camp Colorado and Camp Mt. Hermon.) The Outdoor Ministries Team (OMT) looks forward to fun, well-led, and spirit-filled camps for the children of Western Plains district in 2015. Download the camp schedule here. We have some changes this year that parents and campers alike … read on

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RYC 2015: Keep Calm and Be a Dunker Punk

REGIONAL YOUTH CONFERENCE 2015 Theme: Keep Calm and Be a Dunker Punk

Up and coming for district youth!

Up and coming for district youth!

Without all of the over-the-top lights displays, newspapers filled with advertising circulars, and the bombardment of “consume-here” messages that now dominates much of our Decembers (and increasingly, even more of our Novembers!), the Christmas-time is intended as a very reflective season.  We are invited to remember what God has done.