For students, a week at camp is exciting, fun, loud, and sometimes even messy. But those things don’t bring about life-change on their own.
Every moment spent at FUGE Camps is intentional. Camp programming is designed to take students out of their normal routine and place them into an environment that is focused on life-change through relationship with Christ.
Camp attendees will gather to kick off each day in a high-energy way with worship, games, and a word from the camp pastor.
Each morning, students will have the opportunity to spend time with the Lord, working through a devotion we provide to reinforce the camp theme. This quiet time will be done within Bible study groups.
One of our trained staff members will engage everyone at camp in group Bible study each day. We provide age-specific Bible study materials that align with the camp theme.
Depending on whether you choose Centrifuge or MFUGE, your students will participate in either recreation or missions each day.
Each evening, all camp attendees gather for a time of corporate worship, prayer, and a message from the camp pastor that reinforces the biblical theme for the day.
Church Group Time
One of our priorities is giving you, as the leader, the opportunity to invest in your students. During this time, you will be given a space to gather with your students to unpack the way the Lord is working in their lives during their time at camp. We offer materials to help facilitate this time.
These events take place in the afternoon or evening at camp and allow students to participate in camp programming in a really fun, interactive way. Don’t be surprised if things get a little loud (or even messy!)
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Opening & Closing Celebrations
Opening Celebration is a high-energy gathering on the first day that will set the tone of the week for students. During Opening Celebration, you will be introduced to the camp theme, program elements, and staff. Closing Celebration will take place at the end of the week to celebrate the life change that has taken place in the lives of your students during their time at camp.
Often shortened to “Mega,” this high-energy relay race involves everyone at camp and is a FUGE Camps tradition! Mega is loads of fun, but it never ends without a spiritual debrief that will keep your students thinking about the week long after you have loaded up and headed home. You just have to experience it to understand!
Camps at FUGE
At Centrifuge, students are divided into groups for recreation and Bible study based on age ranges by grade completed.
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.”