Winter Camps

Summary

Winter Camps at Hartland feature intense team recreation, great worship music, and challenging messages - all designed to create unforgettable memories with friends, build a strong faith in Christ, and deepen your walk with Him.  Also enjoy delicious, all-you-can-eat meals, friendly staff and a huge variety of fun activities.

Select playlist icon  at the top right corner of the video below to choose Preteen, Jr. High, High School, or Combo Camp videos.

 

FOUR EXCITING WEEKENDS TO CHOOSE FROM
Click each event for more details

Preteen Winter Camp

Grades 4-6
February 3-5, 2023

Jr. High Winter Camp

Grades 7-8
February 10-12, 2023

High School Winter Camp

Grades 7-12
February 17-20, 2023

Combo Jr. High/High School Winter Camp

Grades 7-12
February 24-26, 2023

Kids with an incarcerated parent (Angel Tree) FREE! Click HERE to learn more.

Activities

Dates and Speakers

Junior | February 3-5, 2023

  • Speaker: Sean Sweet

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    A passionate advocate for preteens, Sean Sweet is the Community Director at FourFiveSix.org which educates, trains and resources preteen ministry leaders with curriculum, event kits, podcasts, and more. His book, “LET GO AND RUN BESIDE: The Essentials of Preteen Ministry,” is now available for anybody looking for an intentional approach to leading preteens as they take ownership of their faith.

  • Music: Cal Ainley

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    Cal has been leading children, youth and adults in worship for over 30 years. He has a real passion for knowing his audience and a gift at audience participation. Kids from all over California and Washington have enjoyed his music. Cal has worked in Christian camping, as a Children’s Pastor and an Associate Pastor to Families. He and his wife, Rebecca currently live in Covington, Washington.

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Jr. High | February 10-12, 2023

  • Speaker: Stephen Elliott

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    Stephen Elliott is 38 years old.  He has been the High School youth pastor at Grace Community Church of Visalia for 15 years and gets to serve with an incredible team of people.  He and his wife, Holly, have been married for 15 years, and their daughter, Evelyn is 6 years old.  Stephen loves his church, youth ministry, his family, reading, and many outdoor activities like backpacking, hiking, hunting, and fishing.

  • Music: To be announced

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High School | February 17-20, 2023

  • Speaker: PJ Lewis

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    PJ and his wife, Sheri, started serving in youth ministry while attending San Diego Christian College (then known as Christian Heritage College), where he earned degrees in Counseling Psychology and Bible.  In 2011, PJ and Sheri moved to the Central Valley to serve as campus pastor and family pastor at the Well Community Church in Fresno; He currently serves as the lead pastor at The Well in Kingsburg, CA.

  • Music: To be announced

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Combo Jr. High/High School | February 24-26, 2023

  • Speaker: Brian Holland

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    Brian Holland has been in ministry for over 25 years in Southern California, starting in high school ministry then transitioning to young adults. He is currently the Lead Pastor for Purpose Church Claremont. He is an outstanding speaker; he’s captivating, funny, but most importantly passionate to see people come to know and follow Jesus. He is asked to speak at many camps, chapels, and special events throughout the year.  He gets to be married to his incredible wife, Kelley, and has two amazing sons, Tyler and Dylan.  Brian’s purpose in ministry is to help make disciples who make disciples who make disciples.

  • Music: LBC Worship

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    "LBC Worship is a ministry of Laurelglen Bible Church in Bakersfield, CA. They exist to help the people of God passionately sing the praises of God with grateful hearts, so that the Church is edified, the lost are evangelized, and Jesus is glorified. They seek to lead Biblically-rich, Jesus-exalting songs that magnify the goodness of God."

Individual Registration

INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION

Register here for campers who are NOT attending with a church group (contact the church to register with a group).

Rates
Junior (2 nights)  $251
Jr. High (2 nights) $251
High School (3 nights)  $333
Combined Jr. High/High School (2 nights)  $251
Kids with an incarcerated parent (Angel Tree) FREE! Click HERE to learn more.

Includes lodging, program, and recreation.

A non-refundable deposit of $40 will hold your reservation.

SCHOLARSHIPS

Need a little help with the finances? Hartland is committed to the idea that no one should miss out on camp due to a lack of funds. Click here to learn more.

 

Register Online

Group Registration

GROUP REGISTRATION 

For leaders who plan to bring a group of campers.

Rates
Junior (2 nights) Campers with church groups  $215
Jr. High (2 nights) Counselors $215
High School (3 nights)  $281
Combined Jr. High/High School (2 nights)  $215
Counselors (1 Counselor per 7 Campers)  FREE

Includes lodging, program, and recreation.

How it works

Our part:
We give you a discounted rate for each camper. Plus, each camper and counselor will receive free access to recreation activities. We provide you with access to Hartland's online registration system. This easy-to-use system streamlines the process of registering campers, collecting medical forms, sending confirmation notices, and creating rosters (paper forms also available). We also provide you with a free promotional video, posters, bulletin inserts, and flyers to get the word out to your students and parents.

Your Part:

  1. You decide how many camper spots you want to reserve and submit your request below.
  2. You secure the spots by signing a contract and paying a non-refundable registration fee of $40 per camper
  3. You collect the completed registrations and money from your campers.
  4. You give the campers the confirmation information, medical forms, etc.
  5. You supply one counselor for every 7 campers. There is no charge for the counselors to attend camp.
  6. 2 weeks prior to camp, you give Hartland one check for the balance of the camp fees due, cabin assignment sheets, completed medical forms, and volunteer counselor applications.
  7. You agree to comply with California guidelines for youth serving organizatons (AB-506, etc.).
SCHOLARSHIPS

Need a little help with the finances? Hartland is committed to the idea that no one should miss out on camp due to a lack of funds. Click here to learn more.

 

Register Online