July 3-6, 2013
Bring your family and come join us for a great time of fun, fellowship, great food, and Bible teaching!
FAMILY CAMP FEES
All fees include meals, lodging, and program
|Lodging||Per Adult||Per Youth
Bunk beds and 2 single beds. Sleeps up to 14-15.
Bunk beds sleeps 12-14.
Unique “home” built in a large tree.
Bunk beds sleep up to 14. No electricity or heat.
Provided by individual family. No hookups.
The conference is geared for full time registrants, however, the following commuter rates are available for those unable to attend the entire conference.
Program: $15 per person per day
Meals: $5 Breakfast, $6 Lunch, $7 Dinner, $6 Brunch
For children 3-years-old through 8th grade, programs are provided during each General Session. Childcare for infants through 2-years-old is also avaliable. Camp staff may be available for limited times to assist with childcare for infants and toddlers during other Family Camp activities as well.
Family Camp is one of the highlights of the summer at Trout Creek. Families of all sizes and ages join us for a few days of fun, fellowship, and relaxation. Families can enjoy many activities, a great speaker and delicious, family-centered meal times. A relaxed schedule leaves lots of time to spend together.
A relaxed schedule leaves lots of time to spend together. We offer several options for housing including our standard and new cabins, or families can choose to bring their own housing including tents or RVs.
So if you want to invest in some great family time, plan to join us for Family Camp this summer. We look forward to seeing you!
John is a member of the Trout Creek Bible Camp Board of Directors and has years of ministry experience as a pastor, a Bible teacher, a seminary and university professor, a mentor, a counselor and a friend. During the past several years, John has been teaching seminary courses in Bible, Greek, Pastoral Ministries, Homiletics, Biblical Leadership, Family Ministries, Conflict Resolution, Inductive Bible Study, and Lay Ministry. In February, 2009, John became the Lead Pastor at Warren Community Fellowship where he is currently serving.
John and Carley Wecks were both rasied in Oregon, and married in 1970. They have two daughters married to pastors, and four grandchildren. John and Carley are both conference speakers. They both love to swim, and they enjoy water activities. John and Carley live in Scappoose, Oregon.
NEW THIS YEAR!
This year, you will have the opportunity to choose from different breakout sessions. These sessions will cover a variety of issues relating to parenting, relationships, stewardship, and other topics, and will be led by individuals with knowledge and experience.