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Girls Mission Camp Texas
At Girls Camp, campers learn how God invites us to reach out to the world by being Christ’s presence to others everyday! Join your friends (old and new) for Celebrate Jesus Camp 2020!
Church groups, “grandma/aunt/mother” groups, or independent campers are WELCOMED to attend camp 2020. (State camp regulations require a Criminal Background Review and Child Protection Training for adults attending children’s camps).
What a wonderful time we had at camp 2019; God is truly AMAZING!!! We had over 250 terrific leaders and campers for both day camp and resident camp! Campers connected with friends as well as with Jesus! We pray for each camper who made a decision to be a Christian, to be used by God, or to become a missionary. We look forward to seeing a great group celebrate with us this summer at Camp 2020 too!
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Hygiene and Health Considerations for 2020
Quality Hygiene habits will be implemented in a unique and on-going fashion!
Girls Camp will follow recommendations and guidelines established by the High Plains Retreat Center’s (HPRC) board of directors. These hygiene guidelines are based on research from the CDC, American Camp Association, and local health providers. HPRC and camp leaders will assist with camp specific schedules of sanitizing buildings and equipment as well as increased opportunities for campers to wash their hands. PLEASE do not send a camper who exhibits illness within 10-14 days prior to camp.
Campers are asked to bring a spare flat sheet or a spare beach towel to create a cot barrier AND a face covering (mask or bandanna style) to wear during indoor activities where physical distancing is not feasible.
How is Girls Mission Camp distinguishable from other children’s camps?
Girls Mission Camp Texas (Girls Camp) IS the traditional G. A. Camp many adults attended as girls. Your own mother or grandmother may have been a camper at G. A. Camp in their youth!
Through a wide range of Bible-based activities as well as fun fellowship, campers are provided knowledge of evangelical, Christian principles through which they are challenged to share their faith and testimony. Many camps fill the camper’s day with fun activities that encourage physical and mental development. At Christian camps (especially, missions-oriented camps), campers are not only involved in exciting, fun activities and camaraderie; they are also involved in activities that provide practical as well as challenging Christian development and missions’ training.
God calls us to fellowship with others, share the Good News of God’s Grace, and GROW in the knowledge of Jesus Christ. (Matthew 28: 19-20) “Therefore, GO…”