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Glorieta Camp

June 15 June 19

Glorieta Camp

Camp Type

MFUGE
$359 per participant

Glorieta Camp

Tucked in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at the southernmost part of the Rocky Mountain chain, Glorieta Camps, an affiliate camp of Camp Eagle, has welcomed millions of guests since its founding 60 years ago and has been home to FUGE Camps since our very first summer in 1979. Glorieta offers both Centrifuge and MFUGE.

Amenities

Glorieta offers a beautiful auditorium, a variety of meeting spaces and housing options plus an abundance of recreational and outdoor adventure opportunities. Glorieta offers all inclusive recreation options which includes fly lines, the waterfront, mudpit, crate stacking, mountain biking, paintball, bag jump, gagaball, mini golf, drift trikes, terrain park, inflatables, archery tag, via ferrata, obstacle course on rock face, and an arbor climb. Use of recreational options during Hang Time as an individual or church will require sign up on opening day during the registration process. Housing: Dorm style and bunkhouses. Bath in room and community. Linens are not provided. Dorms do not lock with accordance to Glorieta Camp’s Child Protection Policy. Dorms are not air conditioned. You may want to bring a small fan per room. Housing restrictions also include not placing one adult and one child in the same room in accordance to Glorieta Camp’s Child Protection Policy. Early Arrival and Housing Upgrades:If you need to arrive early to camp or need to book housing for your bus driver, please contact the Conferences Department at Glorieta Camps. There may be limitations on time and dates. Space is limited, but Glorieta Camps will do their best to accommodate your requests. Please contact Caitlin Barge: caitlin.barge@glorieta.org Lockers: Glorieta will provide lockers, based upon availability, in order to lock up valuables, medication, etc. Please plan on bringing your own padlock. Glorieta Camps runs up to 5 other camps located on other areas of the property, including but not limited to family camp, group camp, wilderness adventure, day camp, individual camp, trail crew, and other smaller retreats. Meals: We serve our food family style. Churches will be assigned a table number(s). Everyone will enter the dining hall and be seated. Each table will send a representative to pick up a tray of food. We desire to serve our guests well by meeting any dietary needs to ensure their ability to feel good and perform well throughout the duration of their adventure experience. Glorieta will prepare and provide one meal alternative at each sitting that accommodates the following: gluten-free and vegan. These requests can be made by guests during the registration process for an additional $15 per person for all meals. If this is due to a medical reason, this cost will be covered. If it is a preference, the camper will be responsible to pay this fee directly. If guest would like to bring their own allergy friendly meals they can store it in our allergy refrigerator and use one of mircrowaves and toasters to warm up their food. Please label any food stored in the refrigerator with name and dates of camp. Glorieta camps does not cook with or use any nuts. Medical Expectations: First Aid-FUGE Camps provides staff trained in First Aid. Glorieta Camps does NOT provide First Aid. Emergency Response-In the event of a medical emergency or major accident, Glorieta Camps staff will participate in emergency response by contacting the local Emergency Medical Services and assisting with patient care until EMS arrives, as is consistent with the training of the staff available at the time. In general, EMS response time averages 1-15 minutes. Medications-Glorieta Camps is NOT responsible for the storage, administration, and logging of participants personal prescription medications while on Glorieta Camps property. You may request the use of locking cabinets and Glorieta Camps will be glad to provide it. Payments: Glorieta Camps does not provide medical insurance coverage for participants or guests; therefore, while attending camp, if a participant requires medical attention, they will be required to pay for it themselves. *Information listed above is subject to change without notice.

Tracks

Childrens, Games and Rec, PCY (Painting, Construction, and Yardwork), Social. Track times offered are subject to change and depend on the size of camp for the session attending.

Contact Info

address

11 State Road 50
Glorieta, New Mexico 87535 USA

Phone

615.375.6457

Website

glorieta.org

Before May 1st Contact:

Camps Customer Service at 1(877)CAMP-123

After May 1st Contact:

Glorieta FUGE Camp Cell Phone: 615.240.7895
Glorieta FUGE Camp Email Address: westcoasttravelfuge@lifeway.com

Camper Mail address

Attn: FUGE Camps
CAMPER/CHURCH NAME
411 State Road 50
Glorieta, New Mexico 87535 USA

Camp Pastor

Jody Jennings

Jody is the Associate Vice President for Campus Ministries at North Greenville University. Previously he served with the International Mission Board in Uganda, East Africa and was a church planter with the North American Mission Board in North Dakota. Jody holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from North Greenville University, Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and is currently completing his Doctorate of Education at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Jody is married to his wonderful wife Emily and they have 5 wonderful children together; Silas, Hattie, Luke, Millie and Ada.

Worship Leader

Nick Thurmond

Regardless of the location or age group, Nick has one desire – for people to authentically experience Christ and, in turn, worship Him for who He is and what He has done for us. Nick’s music blends thought provoking, personal lyrics with fresh musical styles to usher people into the presence of God. His desire is to “disappear” on stage, allowing God to move without any hindrance. Nick currently serves as Executive Worship Pastor at Summit Church in Newcastle, OK. He lives in Oklahoma City, OK with his wife Taylor and 2 children, Oliver and Eleanor. He is known to be a connoisseur of gas station foods and therefore frequently seen consuming Mountain Dew and Quiktrip hotdogs.