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Skilled Work Weekends

If you are interested in volunteering to help at camp on one of the SKILLED WORK WEEKENDS, click HERE for more info & to sign-up.

 

Special Week of Camp (SWOC)

The Special Week of Camp is a five day camp designed especially for the families of campers, ages 8-21, who may have social challenges and/or special needs.We provide a fun filled week of camp for kids with a variety of diagnoses which include physical, neurological, sensory and cognitive disabilities. The entire family comes to this week of camp which is designed to meet the needs of the parents and siblings as well as the exceptional campers. Mentors volunteer to help with the campers during the day while the parents enjoy classes, devotionals and times of fun fellowship with other parents. The mission of SWOC is to offer a safe and enjoyable  environment for children who need specialized supports for summer camp activities.The cost for a SWOC Camper is $395 (includes the $50 deposit) and $50 per family member who attends with the Camper.

SWOC dates for 2018: July 10 РJuly 14

TO REGISTER YOUR CAMPER: CLICK HERE

Information & Upcoming Events

2018 Camp Information

**NEW** HFK MAILING ADDRESS & PHONE NUMBER

610-287-7391; 129 Yerger Road, Schwenksville, PA  19473

 

2018 Campus University (CU): July 1-5, 2018; Cost is $150. 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Details & ICMC
Check in will be at camp between 3pm-6pm on Sunday, July 1st. On Thursday, July 5th there will be a charter bus leaving camp for the International Campus Ministry Conference in Cincinnati, OH. If you want to attend the ICMC, you will need to take care of your own registration and transportation costs. ICMC:www.ICMC2018.com (the prices increase on March 15th). Once you register for Camp University you have the opportunity to sign up for the bus from camp.  Camp University is all about thriving not simply surviving the transition to college life. A first year student doesn’t have to enter the battlefield of the University without being equipped. At CU, you will broaden your understanding of how to stand against the ways of this world with deep conviction, solid friendships and a strong reliance on God. There will be classes with lots of hands on training as well as opportunities to discuss fears, dreams and ways God is refining you for this next chapter in your life. The campus ministry is a great time, but it is a time to thrive not simply survive. 

2018 Hope for Kids Program Dates:

June 24-30: R Camp 1
June 30: CAMPSTOCK
July 1-5: Camp University** (2018 HS Grads, Rising HS JRs, College Fresh & Sophs)
July 8-14: Performing Arts Camp (7th-12th graders)
*Sports & Fitness Camp (7th-12th graders)
July 10-14: SWOC
July 15-21: Teen Camp 1 (FULL FOR 2018)
July 22-28: R Camp 2
July 29- Aug 4: Teen Camp 2
Aug 5-11: R Camp 3

*NEW program at camp for 7th-12th graders that focuses on SPORTS CONDITIONING.*

R Camp, Teen Camp Rates & Deadlines (rates include $50 deposit)

Dates R Camp Teen Camp/PAC
Super Early Bird: Nov 29-Dec 13, 2017 $395 $415
Early Bird: Dec 14, 2017-Jan 11, 2018 $445 $465
Jan 12-March 15, 2018 $495 $515
March 16-May 31, 2018 $545 $565 Reg closes*
Late: *After May 31st $595 $615

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Hope for Kids Leadership Academy

The 2018 Hope for Kids Leadership Academy Application is OPEN!

The Hope for Kids Leadership Academy (HFKLA) is a 5 week intensive program where older teens & campus students learn to be more like Jesus as they receive invaluable leadership training while serving at Camp Hope for Kids . During the 5 weeks they participate in radical evangelism, leading bible discussions and bible studies on local campuses, attend a Ministry Training Academy, mentor an at-risk youth and counsel and/or crew for at least one week of camp. HFKLA is a spiritually focused program. There will be times of prayer, bible based devotionals, daily lessons and discipleship groups.  Participants attend worship services with members of the local Church of Christ.

Applicant Qualifications: Must be at least 16 years old (by June 1, 2018), must get a favorable recommendation from their local ministry leader and be committed to their local campus ministry, teen ministry and/or congregation to be accepted. Maximum age is 24.

Click on the link below to APPLY:

2018 HFKLA APPLICATION

The HFKLA application will open on Decemebr 1, 2017. The cost is $1500. Encourage Families/Students to apply EARLY, so they have plenty of time to fund raise the $1500!! 

Dates for 2018 HFKLA Tracks:

Track 1: June 2-July 5

Track 2: July 9-Aug 11. 

2018 HOPE YOUTH CORPS

If you are looking for information about the Hope Youth Corps (a program run by Hope Worldwide that is held on the camp property) please go to : https://www.hopeww.org/what-is-hope-youth-corps

The dates for the Philadelphia tracks of HYC are:

HYC 1: June 23-July 5

HYC 2: July 21-August 3

 

2018 Sports & Performing Arts Camp

 2018 Dates for the Sports & Performing Arts Camp : July 8-14, 2018

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER YOUR CAMPER (will open on Nov 29, 2017)

Performing Arts Camp

The Performing Arts Camp was created for those students in 7th-12th grades who wish to use their talents to serve God. The Instructors at the PAC week are disciples ‚Äúin the business‚ÄĚ who teach the students how God can use their talents to glorify him.

Sports Camp

This year there will be a week of Sports Conditioning that will run as a track during the Performing Arts Camp. This camp is for 7th-12th graders who wish to focus on their SPORTS CONDITIONING.

PAC RATE DEADLINES: (rates include $50 deposit)

Dates PAC Camp
Super Early Bird: Nov 29-Dec 13, 2017 $415
Early Bird: Dec 14, 2017-Jan 11, 2018 $465
Jan 12-March 15, 2018 $515
March 16-May 31, 2018 $565
Late: *After May 31st $615

To learn more about Performing Arts Camp visit us at

  website:             http://www.hfkperformingartscamp.com/
  Facebook:        https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=hope%20for%20kids%20performing%20arts%20camp
2017 Performing Arts Camp Video 

 

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