Middle School Camp Maranatha

Maranatha is a week of learning about Jesus and having fun with friends! Mornings are filled with worship sessions, group discussions, and personal Bible reading time. Afternoons are filled with fun activities like speed boat tubing, blobbing, riding on the zip line, sliding down the 2-story water slide, kayaking, canoeing, archery, paddle boats, making crafts at the craft shop, eating snacks and ice cream at the Sweet Shop, Prime Time with leaders, and more!

When

June 20–25

Where

Maranatha Bible Camp in Maxwell, Nebraska

Cost

Early Registration: $395 March – May 4
Late Registration: $450 May 5 – June
Scholarships are available.

T-Shirt: Calvary Student Ministry summer shirts are optional and can be added to your camp registration for $15.

Registration

Registration, Deposit, & Refund Policy

Registration
Trip payments can be paid in full or divided into two payments.
The deposit amount is non-refundable for all registrations.

Deposit
The deposit amount for Maranatha is $150.
Any remaining balance will be charged to the card on file two weeks before the trip (June 6, 2022).

Refunds
Refunds, excluding the deposit, are available until two weeks before the trip.
No refunds will be issued within two weeks of the trip.

MORE INFO

Drop Off and Pick Up

Erie Campus | 615 Evans St. Erie, 80516
On Monday, June 20, we will meet at 7:45am at the Erie campus.
On Saturday, June 25, we will arrive back to the Erie campus between 12:30pm and 1pm.

Boulder Campus | 3245 Kalmia Ave. Boulder, 80301
On Monday, June 20, we will meet at 7am at the Boulder campus.
On Saturday, June 25, we will arrive back to the Boulder Campus at 1pm and 1:30pm.

Thornton Campus | 11989 St Paul St, Thornton, CO 80233
On Monday, June 20, we will meet at 7am at the Thornton campus.
On Saturday, June 25, we will arrive back at the Thornton campus at 1pm and 1:30pm.

Day In The Life of a Camper

Morning
Breakfast
Worship Session
Solo time with God
Church Gathering Time

Afternoon
Lunch
Free Time
Lake Front (Blob, Swimming, Giant Water Slide, Water Toys, Kayak, Canoe, Paddle Boat, Paddle
Board) Speed Boat Tubing, Fishing, Sweet Shop, Zip Line, All Camp Games, Craft Shop, Climbing
Wall, Putt Putt, Disc Golf, Prime Time, and more.

Night
Dinner in Costume
Worship Session
Cabin Group Discussion Time
Evening Group Activities
Bed

Things to Bring

Packing List:

What TO Bring:
Clothes for 6 days at camp
Extra clothes for messy games like shaving cream war, etc.
Sleeping bag & Pillow
Toiletries (Deodorant!)
Flashlight
Rain Gear
Bible, Journal, & Pen
Tennis Shoes
Costumes for 4 Theme Nights
2-One-piece or Tankini Bathing suits & Towel
Sunscreen
Mosquito Repellant

Optional
Swimming Goggles
Spending $$
Camera

Do NOT Bring
Cell Phone, Game systems, any sort of weapon, or any sort of pranking materials.

Cell Phone: Phones are NOT allowed on the trip. We desire for students to experience being present with people and away from technology for a week.

Dress Up Nights

Each night of camp is themed something different and the students are encouraged to dress up as that theme. Most of the students participate in this and it is really fun!

Monday: Space Night
Tuesday: Jungle Safari
Wednesday: Vikings vs Dragons
Thursday: G.O.A.T. Night
Friday: Hollywood Night/Red Carpet

Money for Camp

This is completely optional. These are the places at camp where they will need some cash. Advise your student as you wish.

Sweet Shop – The Sweet Shop is open during free time and is an ice cream/snack shack.

Souvenir Gift Shop – Maranatha has a gift shop that sells souvenirs and camp clothing.
● Shirts : $15-20
● Hoodies : $32
● Hats : $20

Craft Shop – The craft shop will be open during free time and each of the crafts typically
cost $5-$8 per project.

Food, Medical, and Rooms

Medications
All of the medication sent to camp will be collected and distributed by the camp nurses. The camp nurses do a great job of tracking and pursuing students so they stay consistent with their meds.

If you are sending medication along, please put everything in a zip lock bag with your child’s name on it. Please write out a paper with instructions for usage and put it in the zip lock bag. A leader will be collecting all of the medications when you drop your student off.

Dietary Needs
The Maranatha food service team is very willing to work with your child’s dietary needs. On your student’s registration form, there’s a spot to indicate any dietary needs. Also, you may contact Maranatha Bible Camp directly with specific needs and questions.

Rooms/Ratios/Bedding
Students will need to bring their own bedding (sleeping bag, pillow). Each student will have their own bed, size of rooms varies by grade and campus. Boys and girls are never allowed to enter a cabin assigned to the opposite gender. Each room will have a leader in it with students.

Mail at Camp

Parents can send letters to their child at camp through postal mail or email. Mail is available to be received by campers during each meal time. Here is where to send mail:

Email Your Camper: camper@maranathacamp.org

Postal:
Maranatha Bible Camp
Attn: Your Camper
16800 E Maranatha Rd
Maxwell, NE 69151

If you have any further questions, please email:

Chris Barnes (Erie Campus)
Jake Baur (Boulder Campus)
Brody Young (Thornton Campus)