To keep our campers, staff and volunteers safe, we will not be having summer camp in person at the Pinelands Center at Mt. Misery. We have created a virtual experience so we can still have fun together this summer!
Next Gen Camping presents IGNITE Summer at Home: the perfect opportunity for your camper to still connect (virtually) with their camp friends, grow in faith and learn new skills. We can’t wait to see you this summer!
Choose Your Week or Weeks!
- July 6-10
- July 13-17
- July 20-24
- July 27-31
Choose Your Programming
Campers choose which program they want to participate in for their week. Each program is offered weekly.
Inspire at Home: explore various ways to make music, perform monologues, create photography projects, make crafts and more!
Transform at Home: discover how to be inclusive and faithful to Jesus’ ministry of spreading the Kingdom of God.
Pricing & Fundraising
- $50 per household for first week
- $30 per household for second week
Families can fundraise the cost of IGNITE Summer at Home by sharing this link pushpay.com/g/gnjnextgencampers or by asking friends and family to text nextgencampers to 77977.
How it Works
Your camper will participate in a full week online program with a focus on creative arts or faith and justice. Your camper’s typical day will include:
- 9:00 a.m. | Morning Worship
- 9:30 a.m. | Morning Lesson
- 10:30 a.m. | Activities Time
- 12:30 p.m. | Cabin Time
- 1:00 p.m. | Afternoon Lesson
- 2:00 p.m. | Activities Time
- 3:30 p.m. | Daily Wrap-Up
Morning Worship: Campers will join together via Zoom with their counselors for music, Move It Challenges and a devotional.
Lessons: Campers will break out into their cabin small group with their counselor via Zoom to review the lesson for the morning. The content of the lesson will depend on whether your camper is participating in Inspire at Home or Transform at Home.
Activities Time: Campers will receive two to three activities to do in the home for each activity time. While doing their activities, they will stay connected with their counselors and other campers through a moderated chat app where they can share pictures, videos and progress on their activities.
Cabin Time: Campers will spend time with their small group and counselor to share how their day is going and play games together.
Daily Wrap-Up: Campers and counselors will come together to end their camp day. They will hear a short summary of what they learned during the day in their devotional and lessons and end with their favorite camp songs. Friday will include a special closing for the week.
For questions or more information, please contact Ryan Clements, Camp Program Director, at 732-859-0033 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.