Camp Information

Please read all of the information below prior to registering. For more information, please contact the NHBC office.


You may register in one of two ways:



Camp Preachers

Jr. Camp - Bro. Dennis Presnell

Brother Dennis Presnell is the Children’s Church and Bus Director for New Hope Baptist Church. Bro. Dennis will be a challenge to the young people in his preaching and an encouragement in his interactions with the young people throughout the entire week of camp. His heart for the junior age kids during camp is undeniable.

Teen Camp - Bro. Doug Weber

Brother Doug is currently the Associate Pastor at People’s Baptist Church. Bro. Doug has been a tremendous blessing to adults and teens each time he has been with us at Camp New Hope. His messages in the pulpit are sure to impact the heart of any young person seeking to hear from God. His compassion for teenagers is evident as he strives to minister to the young people on a personal level as well. Do not miss the opportunity to take the next spiritual step in your life as Brother Doug Weber preaches the Word of God!

Camp Cost & Registration

$60 per camper if registered before May 20, 2018
$65 per camper if registered after May 20, 2018


Applications are accepted on a first-come first-serve basis.

Please make checks payable to New Hope Baptist Church. Please be sure to include the name of the camper along with the payment. Payment options are available; contact the church office for details.

Dress Code

Men

Men are to wear long pants and shirts with collars to all evening services.
Fashions that come to the knee may be worn at all other times.
Shirts must be worn for all activities. This includes to and from the swimming pool during swim times.

Ladies

Ladies are to wear a dress or skirt with dressy blouse for all evening services.
Culottes and loose fitting basketball type shorts may be worn at other times. Skirts, culottes and shorts should be knee-length or longer.
Low necklines (front or back) are not acceptable camp attire.

Everyone

No tank-tops, mesh t-shirts, or clothing advertizing ungodly logos or people may be worn.
To prevent injury, please wear tennis shoes/sneakers during any field activity or sport.
The camp directors reserve the right to ask a camper to change clothes if deemed necessary.

What You Need to Bring to Camp

Bible, pen or pencil, pillow and bedding for a twin-size mattress, towels and toiletry items (toothbrush, hairbrush, soap, shampoo, etc.), sunscreen and bug repellant, swimwear, light jacket, spending money for snack shop, camera, flashlight, fishing gear (optional)

What Not to Bring to Camp

Alcoholic beverages, drugs, tobacco, fireworks, ammunition, guns, magazines, electronic devices (including, but not limited to, cell phones, CD, DVD, MP3, or other music/media players, computers, radios, TVs, video games)

Note to Parents

Please label child’s clothing, belongings, and luggage with his/her name or initials. Any items left at camp and unclaimed after 1 week will be disposed of at the camp directors’ discretion.

Place any medications that your child will need at camp in a 1 gallon sized zip-loc bag. Include, on a full sheet of paper inside the zip-loc bag, the dosages and instructions for all medications. With a black permanent marker, write the camper’s full name on the outside of the zip-loc bag. Please provide a separate bag for each child.

The registration fee covers everything at camp except for the canteen/snack shop. Each camper will want to bring extra money to purchase items from the snack shop. These items are very low cost. The average camper brings about $10 for canteen. This money is turned in to the canteen staff for the duration of camp. Any money not spent will be returned to that camper.Please place your child’s canteen money in a envelope that has your child’s name written clearly on the outside; also write how much money is in the envelope. Please provide a separate envelope for each child.