Camp Hope

Camp Hope Ministry is Coming June 28-July 2!

Camp Hope is a day camp ministry where youth will be leading a day of camp here at church from 7:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. where children (ages 5 to 11) will learn bible stories through worship, games, snacks, science experiments, drama, and crafts throughout the day. For almost 30 years, Camp Hope has provided new curriculum and training to congregations throughout the United States. The vision for Camp Hope is to be the best strategy for congregations to develop young Christian leaders doing justice, who serve God as servants in their neighborhood and in the world.

Location: Christ the King Lutheran Church
Dates: Each day during the week, Monday, June 28 through Friday, July 2 at 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. (before and after camp options available)
Who Can Attend: Those that have finished pre-K through 6th
Grade by May 2021 (ages 4-10)
Costs: $100.00 (Before Camp- $25.00 & After Camp- $25.00)
Register: Register by clicking here or paper registration forms at church.

Camp Hope Staff Applications are Out:
This summer we are looking for middle and high school students to serve on our Summer 2021 Camp Hope staff. There are two ways to serve at Camp Hope—both are essential to a great Day Camp:

  • Support Staff: Starting at age 12, people are invited to serve in leadership positions that require orientation and specific time commitments.
  • Paid Staff: A limited number of people between the ages of 15 and 22 will be called to serve as small group leaders and directors. Paid staff are required to participate in pre-camp learning, attend the Staff Training Event, all staff meetings and to be prepared each day.
  • Camp Manager: A senior in high school or college students will be called to serve as Camp Manager who helps in promoting, facilitating, and leading the day to day operations of Camp Hope Ministries alongside with Deacon Ben Remmert.

Applications can be found here or paper applications can be found at Christ the King Church. Applications are due on February 28, 2021!

For any questions, please contact Deacon Ben Remmert at