May 6-8, 2022
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Come out to camp for a weekend of service, fellowship, and making camp look awesome before thousands of campers arrive for the summer. We have projects for all ages and ability levels, from kids to retirees and everywhere in-between. Spend a weekend living out your faith by serving God at camp!
Work Weekend is a great opportunity to organize your Bible Study group or church group to come out to camp!
What is Work Weekend?
Work Weekend is a time in the spring when camp supporters gather in service to help get camp ready for the summer. We have people of all ages and abilities come to help, ranging from families with young children, retired couples, single adults, and everywhere in between. If you love camp and are willing to do some work, then you can rest assured there will be many different projects you can help with during our Work Weekend.
It’s not just all hard work, though. We’ll start each morning with time in God’s Word, and evenings are for enjoying camp and joining in on some campfire devotions and evening fellowship time. Participants always mention the camaraderie and fellowship they feel as we all come together to help camp as one of the highlights of the weekend.
In gratitude for your service, Work Weekend is a completely free event.
Arrival/Departure + Sample Schedule
Work Weekend starts with check-in on Friday between 7:00-7:30 p.m. EST. Work Weekend ends after lunch on Sunday (approx. 1:00 p.m.). We welcome participants for Saturday only or Sunday only as well, if that fits your schedule better. Just communicate with us ahead of time so we know when to expect you.
Types of Projects
- Splitting/Stacking firewood
- Painting / Staining
- General Cleaning
- Washing Windows
- Screen Installation
- Trail Maintenance
- Raking/Weed Eating
- Shirt Shack Organization
- Hanging Cabin Curtains
- Waterfront Area Installation
- Kitchen Help
Extra Skills + Extra Tools
If you possess skills which may be helpful (carpentry, plumbing, electrical, sewing, etc.) or are experienced in a particular area, please let us know in advance so that we can plug you in to a project where your talents may be put to their best use possible. To do so, simply call our office at 812-342-4815 or email us HERE with the subject “Work Weekend Skills”.
In addition, it is often useful to bring along extra tools or equipment you may possess. Although camp has a lot of tools, we never seem to have enough for a weekend like this. Bringing along rakes, leaf blowers, trimmers, and more specialized tools can often be very useful. If you contact us ahead of time we can tell you specific items that would be useful to bring.
Masks will be encouraged when in shared indoor spaces such as the dining hall, lodges, and restroom areas.
Separate housing spaces will be provided for all family units, groups, and individuals.
Outdoor seating on picnic tables will be available for participants to use during meals.
Provided camp activities such as campfire devotions and worship will be structured in a way to allow physical distancing between participants.