Welcome to FUGE Camps!!
We are so excited to have you join us for the first time!
We know when you do anything for the first time, it can be a challenge and maybe even overwhelming. Well, we do not want that to be the case with FUGE Camps. In fact, we want this experience to be seamless for you and life-changing for your group.
We have prepared 6 short, informative videos for you to watch and learn more about camp. Check them out below!
*Since the recording of this video, we have made a few changes:
-We no longer refer to the six planning areas as steps.
-The former step 2 now has all camp policies.
-The Camp Participant Form is now known as Camp Waiver & Release.
History of FUGE Camps
CENTRIFUGE – Established 1979
Centrifuge began in 1979 as a youth camp for students who have completed 6th grade through 12th grade. What started out as a few weeks of Centrifuge camp at a couple of locations has turned into a nationwide student ministry camp experience. Since those humble beginnings more than 40 years ago, over one million people have experienced FUGE Camps! Centrifuge combines small group Bible study with recreation, track times, worship, fellowships, and church group time.
The Name: CENTRIFUGE
A centrifuge is an apparatus which spins solutions, separating the parts as to different weights and densities. To function effectively, a centrifuge must have an immovable center point. As a youth camp, Centrifuge mixes youth and adults from various churches for one week into specialized groups.
Students are spun out into Bible study and recreation groups which affirm them as unique beings created by God and draw them nearer to God who is the immovable center point. At the end of the week, students are brought back together and sent out to make a significant impact on their homes, churches, schools, and communities
MFUGE – Established 1995
MFuge is Centrifuge with an emphasis on community missions. Students who have completed 6th grade through high school choose from a variety of ministry areas, including working with children, leading games and recreation, doing painting, construction and yard work and participating in social ministry such as working with clothing closets and food banks, nursing homes and homeless shelters. Students spend the day involved in these projects, then return to camp that night for worship, fellowship, and church group time.
other helpful resources
We have provided a few additional resources that you will want to check out before you arrive at camp.
FUGE Camps Glossary of Terminology
Ready to register?
We look forward to summer 2023 and all that the Lord is going to do at FUGE Camps! We thank you for allowing us to partner with you in your student ministry. Please reach out if you have any questions by emailing email@example.com or calling 1-877-CAMP-123.
Head on over to our list of camps to register your group for the camp of your choice!
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