At Centrifuge, students are divided into groups for recreation and Bible study based on age ranges by grade completed
Recreation is facilitated within Bible study groups by a member of our trained FUGE Camps staff, who also leads the Bible study. Each activity serves a specific purpose and is debriefed so students can make application in their lives.
Students also participate in Track Times. Track Times are created to give students the opportunity to participate in something with which they are familiar, or try something new! Students are divided into “tracks” based on a list of activities they indicate during the registration process. We offer creative, active, performance, and classroom-based activities during these times, and each track is led by a member of the FUGE Camps staff.
Morning Celebration Recreation Quiet Time & Bible Study Lunch Track Times HangTime Dinner Worship Church Group Time Night Life
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I get information about a specific location?
Click on Camp Details at the camp location you are interested in to find out more info on that location. You will also find information there for each location’s coordinator in case you have additional questions.
What is the theme for 2023?
The 2023 them for FUGE Camps is IN HIS IMAGE.
At some point in our lives, we have all struggled with our image – what we look like, who we really are, how we fit in, what we stand for. As humans, we are uniquely created in the image of God. If you believe this to be true, what does that mean for your life and others around you? As Christians, we are called to bear this image like Christ did on earth. Therefore, we are called to live as a new creation, one who is set apart and is a reflection of the God who created us and loves us.
“We all, with unveiled faces, are looking as in a mirror at the glory of the Lord and are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory; this is from the Lord who is the Spirit.”
2 Corinthians 3:18
How many adults should we bring?
1 adult for every 5 students (gender specific). Adult is defined as 19 yrs old AND one year out of High School.
At what age may students attend FUGE Camps?
FUGE Camps are for students having completed 6th grade through 12th grade. Bible studies, track times, recreation, ministry sites and other programming elements are built around the developmental needs of students in these age groups. For this reason, children, primarily older children who have completed 4th or 5th grade, should not attend FUGE Camps. Instead, we recommend CentriKid, a camp ministry for campers who have completed 3rd-6th grade.
If you choose to bring your own children who are outside of our camper age range, they must remain in your supervision throughout the camp daily schedule. Please note that not all of our camp locations allow children outside of FUGE Camps Camper age. Please check your camp location to find out if children are allowed to be at your camp location.