WHAT DO WE DO?
Each regional camp develops service opportunities, called “tracks”, that carry out specific activities designed to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the community. Track activities can address both public and private needs and have included home restoration, yard maintenance, house cleaning, community landscape clean up, programs focused on children’s’ needs in the community, and helping other local organizations meet their needs (i.e. Veteran’s homes, senior centers, etc.).
Designed to meet a specific staff need, including training the staff of a new regional camp.
Designed to help students develop and grow in a specific area.
Taking students to a new location, beyond their regional camp, to experience, learn and serve within a different culture will challenge students to reach people outside of their immediate community.
For the past several years our students and adults have raised funds through our camp missions offering for the construction of a secondary school in Kampala, Uganda. During summer 2013 a team of Commission staff and students traveled to Uganda to work with members of Kampala Community Church to serve their community.