Mens Retreat

This retreat is a time for men to leave the world behind and enjoy a time of fellowship and being fed from the Word of God.

Date: September 10-11, 2021

Speaker: David Wheaton

Brother David is a former professional tennis champion and currently hosts The Christian Worldview radio
program.

Activities: Annual steak feed, skeet shoot, pistol range, climbing wall, bean bag toss, volleyball, disc golf, foot golf and much more.

Cost:

Early Registration (by September 1): $55

Registrations after September 1: $60

First Time Guests: Half Price

Pastoral Families: Half Price


Ladies Retreat

Breathe – A retreat for women

Are you ever tired from the frantic pace that you keep? Do you long for some time to rest and relax? Are you hungry to be fed from the Word of God? Are you thirsting for fellowship with other ladies who are experiencing similar things in their lives?

This retreat is a time to breathe, to relax and be encouraged by other ladies and refreshed by spending time soaking in the Word of God. Skits, singing, crafts, great speakers, a pontoon ride around the lake, and time to rest are just some of the things offered at this retreat.

Invite your Pastor’s wife to attend with you as we would like to honor our Pastor’s wives at this retreat!

Date: August – TBA

Speaker: We will be watching a video series called, “Breathe, Making Room for Sabbath” by Priscilla Shier.

Schedule: We begin with registration on Friday at 2:00 p.m. Retreat concludes around 3:00 on Saturday afternoon.

Activities: Available activities include boat rides, the climbing wall, sand volleyball,disc golf, bean bag toss, pistol shooting, crafts or grab a chair and visit with friends.

Costs:

Early Registration (by August 10): $55

Registrations after August 10: $60

First Time Guests: Half Price

Pastoral Families: Half Price


Sr. High

The lives of teens are jam packed with school, extra-curricular activities, jobs and technology. For one week, they can leave those things behind and enjoy the great outdoors.

High School students (entering grades 10-12) will enjoy high-energy recreation, team competition, practical teaching, remarkable worship, and both personal and group reflection time. Free time is purposefully built into the schedule to allow them to enjoy their time with each other and build on both new and old friendships.

The gospel of Jesus Christ will become real and relevant, and they’ll be better prepared to face the world after the week at Bass Lake Camp!They’ll be glad they worked camp into their summer schedules!

Dates: July 19-24, 2021

Speaker: Pastor Randy Charlton of Ankeny, Iowa


Guidelines

  • All youth camps begin Monday with registration from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Camp is dismissed after breakfast on Saturday. All campers are to be off the grounds by 11:00 a.m. on Saturday.
  • Anyone wishing to come to camp after Monday’s registration or leaving camp early because of extenuating circumstances must make prior arrangements with the camp director.
  • As a Christian camp, we feel the necessity in operating by certain guidelines that allow for the better enjoyment of all. Failure to abide by any of the following is grounds for dismissal from the camp at the camper’s expense.
  • Modesty is the rule for clothing. No tank tops or see-through clothing is allowed. All clothing is to be to the knee in length, with the exception of recreational clothing, which must be near to the knee in length. Ladies are to wear one-piece bathing suits. Gentlemen are to wear boxer style swimming trunks. A robe or beach towel and shoes are to be worn by everyone to and from the waterfront.
  • Electronic devices such as radios, walkmans, ipods, video games, etc. are prohibited on camp property. Due to the distraction of cell phones and text messaging, these are not allowed on the premises. There are several adult workers who are able to assist your child should there be an emergency. Also, for emergency use, campers may be contacted while they are at camp.
  • Smoking and the drinking of alcohol beverages is prohibited on camp property.
  • No fireworks are to be used on camp property.
  • Due to the distance between the Director’s residence and the camper’s cabins, it is asked that no phone calls (except emergency) be made to the camp after 10:00 p.m.

Junior Camp

This is a SUPER FUN week for 4th through 6th graders! Campers will experience crazy fun games, exciting activities and meet new friends from around the state. Your camper will learn about God throughout the week as they sing songs, memorize Scripture and hear amazing speakers who can teach at their level.

Campers will be able to participate in activities such as swimming, water tubing, waterfront fun, Gaga Ball, Foot Golf, Carpet ball, crafts and so many more! For many, this will be the first time they are away from home for a week without their families. Our staff seek opportunities to share their love for the Lord with each camper throughout the week. We strive to make it the best week of the summer for each camper!

Dates: July 5-10, 2021

Speaker:  Pastor Ben Simons of First Baptist Church in Brownsdale, MN


Guidelines

  • All youth camps begin Monday with registration from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Camp is dismissed after breakfast on Saturday. All campers are to be off the grounds by 11:00 a.m. on Saturday.
  • Anyone wishing to come to camp after Monday’s registration or leaving camp early because of extenuating circumstances must make prior arrangements with the camp director.
  • As a Christian camp, we feel the necessity in operating by certain guidelines that allow for the better enjoyment of all. Failure to abide by any of the following is grounds for dismissal from the camp at the camper’s expense.
  • Modesty is the rule for clothing. No tank tops or see-through clothing is allowed. All clothing is to be to the knee in length, with the exception of recreational clothing, which must be near to the knee in length. Ladies are to wear one-piece bathing suits. Gentlemen are to wear boxer style swimming trunks. A robe or beach towel and shoes are to be worn by everyone to and from the waterfront.
  • Electronic devices such as phones, ipods, video games, etc. are prohibited on camp property. Due to the distraction of cell phones and text messaging, these are not allowed on the premises. There are several adult workers who are able to assist your child should there be an emergency. Also, for emergency use, campers may be contacted while they are at camp.
  • Smoking and the drinking of alcohol beverages is prohibited on camp property.
  • No fireworks are to be used on camp property.
  • Due to the distance between the Director’s residence and the camper’s cabins, it is asked that no phone calls (except emergency) be made to the camp after 10:00 p.m.