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Camp dates: Wednes, July 11 – Sat, July 14


Harvest All Church Camp is a perfect opportunity to get away from life’s distractions and spend some quality time with God and your church family at our annual Get In the Word Getaway! You can’t beat our price of $160 for adults. PLUS, all children of members attend camp for FREE. You get a lot for $160 including 3 nights of room and board plus a bunch of fun, family-friendly activities. For those interested in special activities, there may be additional charges.
We are excited to offer two camps running simultaneously:

Adult & Harvest Kids Camp (VBS)

(VBS for nursery through those entering 5th Grade)
$160 for adults.
Children of Harvest members attend camp for FREE.
Each family will room together, two adults and two children.
Larger families have the option of two combined rooms.
Additional charges may apply. 
Sample dorm room:

Adult & Harvest Kids Camp Schedule

For adults and children (from the nursery through those entering 5th grade), the camp schedule generally looks like this:


Check in after 3 p.m. Pick up your key in the camp office.
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. – Dinner
7 – 8:45 – Main Session 1  
9 – 11 p.m. – Campfire and S’mores – bring your guitar and music


7:30 – 8:30 a.m. – Breakfast
9 – 11:45 a.m. – Teaching Session 1 
Noon – 1 p.m. – Lunch
1 – 5 p.m. – Free time.
5 – 6 – Dinner
6:30 – 8:45 p.m. – Main Session 2 – Lord’s Supper
9 – 11 p.m. – TBD


7:30 – 8:30 a.m. – Breakfast
9 – 11:45 – Teaching Session 2
Noon – 1 p.m. – Lunch
1 – 5 p.m. – Free Time
5 – 6 p.m. – Dinner
6:30 – 8:45 p.m. – Main Session 3 
9 – 11 p.m. – TBD


7:30 – 8:30 a.m. – Breakfast
9:30 – 11 a.m. – Final Session
11 – 11:30 a.m. – Kid’s Presentation to Large Group
Noon – Check out
Lunch available after check out.

Youth Camp

(for Junior High and High School students)
Children of Harvest members attend camp for FREE.
Children of non-members are $160 per child.
Our Youth Campers have their own wing in the dorms at camp.
Pending volunteer availability, your Junior High and High School students will have a full camp experience with their peers.
Each dorm room has a volunteer  counselor
with at least three other students.
Sample dorm room:

Youth Camp Details & Schedule

For kids entering 7th through their Senior year of High School, we have created a cohesive camp environment designed with them in mind.
(Recent high school graduates are encouraged to join the adults in the main sessions. Contact our office if you would like to request an exception.)
While their time at camp will be structured similar to the adult camp, our youth are sharing meals together, teaching in their own facility plus 24/7 fellowship in their supervised dorm rooms.
Youth Campers have the opportunity to enjoy:
– Customized large group teaching
– Small groups with leaders who have a passion for sharing Christ
– Fun activities including water activities, inflatables, swimming, etc.
– An inclusive dorm environment. Each room has space for up to 6 and will be assigned with personal requests in mind.
However, we appreciate your understanding if rooming requests are unable to be honored.
Click the schedule for more details on the tentative Youth Camp schedule.

Click the schedule for more details on the tentative Youth Camp schedule.


Special Packing for Youth Campers

1. Please make sure swimsuits are one piece for the ladies and more than a speedo for the gents. Unfortunately, those without the correct swimwear will not be allowed to participate per camp regulations.
2. Bring old tennis shoes and an old outfit or two if you plan to participate in paintball or other adventures for the duration of camp.
3. PLEASE NOTE: NO ELECTRONIC BIBLES for Youth Camp. Cell phones will be left in secured rooms

Mandatory Youth Consent Form

This form is mandatory for Junior High and High School to participate in the extracurricular activities available at camp.


Suggested Camp Packing List

– Twin XL sheets, blanket, pillow
– Bath and beach towels
– Allergy medication (if applicable)
– Bible, good attitude, pen or pencil and paper.
– Soap, toothbrush, toothpaste
– Deodorant, sunscreen, bug spray
– Personal medicines, vitamins, etc.
– Money for snacks and extra activities
– ONE PIECE SWIMSUIT for girls and no speedos for boys (**Camp requirement**)
– Ball glove, frisbee, guitar, etc. for your personal recreation.
– Flashlight
– Hat
– All baby supplies
– Old shoes (in case of rain) and old clothing (for those paintballing or sporting)
– If you want to enjoy the sun throughout the day, you may want to bring a picnic blanket or a lawn chair or two to share. Don’t forget your shades and sunscreen!
– Have a special treat you can’t go without? Bring it along. Walmart is 10 minutes by car if you forget anything but for the rest, pack it!

Special Packing for Babies, 1 and 2 year olds

Please leave a bag or basket for your child that is already stocked with diapers, wipes, creams (if needed) and a LABELED sippy cup. 
Reminder: Our young ones get very worn out at camp making them more vulnerable to illness. Please make sure to use gloves and sanitize hands after diaper changes and before and after handling food and drinks. There will be a bucket set up for any toys that have been in mouths. At the end of each session, we will endeavor to get all these items washed and that all toys and high chairs are disinfected. Your help in this is very much appreciated.

Special Packing for Children (3 years – 5th)

Please add the following items to your packing list:
– Labeled painting shirt or smock
– Kids in Kindergarden through 5th need a labeled Bible
– Kids younger than preschool need a labeled sippy cup to leave in the classroom.
– Please, no electronics during class time (not even electronic Bibles on phones or iPods).




Adult Camp Main Session Speaker:

Pastor Mark Trotter
Mark became a Christian in 1972 as a sophomore in high school in his hometown of Miami, Florida. Shortly after his salvation, he felt the call of God on his life, and prepared his life for ministry. He served as an Associate Pastor in Huntington Beach, California, and Atlanta, Georgia, and 20 years as the Senior Pastor of the First Baptist Church of New Philadelphia. He has been the Teaching Pastor at Northwest Bible Church in Hilliard, Ohio since 2007.
You can check out some of Pastor Mark’s teaching from lasts year’s camp here:

April 2018

Marriage Conference: After I Do Follow Up

Special Event with Mark Trotter

After I Do: Session 4

After I Do: Session 3

After I Do: Session 2

After I Do: Session 1

July 2017

All Church Camp 2017 – Evening Session 3 with Pastor Mark Trotter

All Church Camp 2017 – Evening Session 2 with Pastor Mark Trotter

All Church Camp 2017 – Evening Session 1 with Pastor Mark Trotter

July 2016

Whatever Happened to Separation? featuring guest preacher, Mark Trotter

Still have questions?

Contact Debbie Cease by e-mail or call our office at 816-224-9113 (Monday through Thursdaybetween 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.).