Real Girls. Real Boys.
Camp Cherith’s Christ-centered community creates an environment where many life-long friendships have gotten
their start. Campers learn about God in an interdenominational setting through daily Bible exploration, dynamic
campfire messages, and cabin devotions. And everyone participates in Morning Watch, a quiet time spent alone with
God reading His Word and praying.
All campers experience the thrill of success through skill-building classes. Each camper chooses two activities for
the week, which they participate in daily. Our goal is to help each camper either learn a new skill or improve an existing one.
Camp Cherith’s multi-age format allows same-gender siblings to attend camp together. (Parents can also come
to camp as valued volunteers.) Campers are placed in divisions based on grade level and are assigned to cabins
within their division. They spend about half of each day with this group, but campers of different ages do interact
during meal times, free time, and various camp activities. Our younger campers look up to the bigger kids and as a
result bring out a kind, nurturing spirit in the older boys and girls.