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Junior Camp

Ages 6-12

June 11-14, 2024

Teen Camp

Ages 12-19

June 17-21, 2024

Camp Preachers & Singers


Bro. Corey Powell

Brother Corey is a preacher with a tremendous passion to reach young people for Jesus Christ. He is a youth director at Harvest Baptist Church in Statesville, NC. We are so blessed to have him scheduled to preach to our young people at Junior Camp.


Evan. Dwight Smith

We are looking forward to having Evangelist Dwight Smith with us at Teen Camp this year. His love for God and for young people is obvious and his Bible preaching is powerful. Our teens will be blessed greatly by his ministry.


The Agee Family

The Agee Family is a tremendous encouragement through song. Their ministry has truly been touched by the hand of God. Our teen campers are guaranteed to be challenged by this wonderful family.


  • This is per camper or sponsor.

  • One free sponsor is allowed for every 10 campers.

  • $75 for early bird registration submitted by June 1.

What to Bring and Not to Bring to Camp

NO: Alcoholic beverages, drugs, tobacco, vaping products, fireworks, ammunition, guns, magazines, electronic devices (including, but not limited to, cell phones, media players, computers, tablets, radios, video games)


YES: Bible, Pen, Pillow & Bedding for a Twin-size Mattress, Towels & Toiletry Items (toothbrush, hairbrush, soap, shampoo, etc.), Sunscreen & Bug Repellent, Swimwear, Light Jacket, Spending Money for Canteen, Flashlight, Fishing Gear

Dress Code for Camp

~ All clothing should be loose fitting not skin-tight.     

~ Skirts and shorts must come no higher than the top of the knee.     

~ Shirts should cover the shoulders and midriff and have conservative necklines.     

~ Clothing should be free of inappropriate graphics.       

~ Dressy casual outfits should be worn to the evening services.       

~ Ladies, a one-piece swimsuit or a tankini that overlaps at the waist is acceptable swimwear.     

~ Men, swim trunks are acceptable swimwear


The camp directors reserve the right to ask a camper to change clothes if deemed necessary.

Note to Parents and Youth Leaders

Please label camper'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 dosage and instructions for each medication. 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.


Please note that Camp New Hope maintains a “nit free” policy. Please perform a head/lice check prior to arriving at camp.


The camp 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 $20 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 camper’s canteen money in an envelope that has his/her name written clearly on the outside; also write how much money is in the envelope. Please provide a separate envelope for each child.

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