Summer Day Camp - DUE TO THE CURRENT PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, ALL ENROLLMENT FOR SUMMER DAY CAMP HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Summer Day Camp is for any child entering grades 1 - 5. Summer Day Camp exists to provide a safe environment for children to progress academically, play creatively, and be enthusiastic about a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Every day of our six week day camp is action-packed and consists of field trips, recreation, crafts, Bible lessons, singing, swimming, academic enhancement, breakfast, lunch, a snack and more!
Our camp is staffed with trained men and women - many of whom are in high school or college, who love the Lord and love kids!
If you are interested in serving on staff with us for the summer, please contact Krista Schlereth at 412-586-3681 x311 or [email protected].
2020 Camp Information:
Dates to remember:
2020 Camp – Monday, June 22nd - Friday, July 31st
No Camp - Friday, July 3rd
Mandatory Open House - Wednesday, June 16th from 6:00 - 7:30pm
Day Camp: 7:30am - 3:00pm - Cost: $175
(Optional) Aftercare: 3:00pm - 6:00pm - Cost: $175
Join us for Sunday services on enrollment days!
This camp is for children active in Children’s Ministries programs who are entering 3rd - 5th grade in the next school year.
Pine Valley Bible Camp is located just off 79N in Elwood City, less than an hour drive from the city!
Camp is a place where many children will make a commitment to Jesus Christ. For others, it is a great time of growth in their relationship with Jesus Christ.
Pine Valley has a wonderful group of college aged men and women serving the Lord with their summer.
The cabins hold 8-10 campers plus two counselors.
The cost of camp is based on income. See the enrollment forms or ask us for more details!
What happens at Camp?
- Horseback Riding
- Climbing Wall
- And so much more...
For more information contact [email protected]
504 Chapel Dr Ellwood City PA 16117
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Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.