The Highest Place
“Come, let us go up to the mountain of the Lord…” Micah 4:2
The word “zenith” is defined as “the highest point reached in the heavens by a celestial body.” For many campers, counselors and ministers who experience this incredible week of camp, it is one of the “highest points” of our entire year! It is a chance to “go up on the mountain of the Lord” and encounter God in a powerful way.
Campers will be housed in air-conditioned dorm rooms.
A team of great counselors is being assembled to work closely with students throughout the camp week.
Student fee $295 before June 5th. which includes… lodging, camp supplies, meals, t-shirt and entertainment. YOU MAY SAVE $20 PER STUDENT BY REGISTERING BY THE MAY 8TH EARLY-BIRD DEADLINE. Note: A $20 late registration fee will be added after June 12, 2022. REGISTER NOW
Zenith is designed for those who have completed the 8th-12th grades in the 2021-2022 school year.
Students registering with a group will be assigned roommates from a housing form turned in by their Youth Minister.
Sunday, from 3:30-5:00 p.m. All check-in must be completed by 5:00 p.m. A $20 cash key deposit is required at check-in. Deposit will be refunded when key is returned on Thursday. No early check-in allowed.
Friday at 10:30 a.m. Parents, please be on campus by 10:00 a.m. to check out your students.
What To Bring
Bible, sleeping bag, personal items, towels, set of old clothes, notebook, pencil, modest clothing, key deposit ($20 cash), etc.
What Not To Bring
Tobacco products, alcohol products, illegal drugs, immodest clothing, portable electronic devices, cell phones, CD/MP3 players, radios, laptop computers, etc.
Please leave all cell phones and electronic devices at home. Students are not allowed to carry cell phones during the camp week.
Dress & Conduct
Students are expected to dress and conduct themselves in appropriate manners. Modest clothing must be worn at all times. Students must remain checked in to camp and stay on campus for the complete camp week. Students are not allowed to check in and out of camp.
Students are expected to comply with all camp rules and guidelines. Failure to comply with rules and guidelines is grounds for immediate dismissal from camp. No refunds or credits will be given for dismissal.
All guests to camp should limit their time with us and are required to check-in at Camp Central (UHOUSE DESK). No one under 18 years of age are allowed to visit without an adult.
Our leadership team will continue to monitor the status of city and county guidelines as well as seek input on how to best conduct camp during the pandemic. The pandemic issues may change some scheduling and or guidelines as we get closer to the beginning of sessions.