Judson Collins Center is a Christian camp set apart by God for fun, relationship building, and growth for all those who participate in our summer programs. As an ACA accredited camp you can expect the best possible care and attention from our well-trained, Christian counselors and support staff.
Campers with physical disabilities will enjoy a full schedule including games, crafts, swimming, campfire gatherings, worship experiences, music programs, and talent show that is geared toward the age levels and abilities of physically challenged youth and young adults. Our aim is to pair each camper with a same-gender buddy to give assistance, offer companionship, and experience camp life together. A questionnaire will be sent to applicants and must be returned prior to acceptance. Widewater Retreat Center, in Liberty Center, OH, is approximately 30 minutes south of the Michigan border. This camp is offered as a joint event with West Ohio Conference.
For the spiritually and emotionally mature young adult. You will befriend and give assistance to at least one camper with a physical disability throughout the week. Please come prepared to serve; buddies will help campers to have an enjoyable time, make new friends, have new experiences, care for themselves and to grow in faith. It can be challenging, energizing, exhausting, hilarious and wonderful in nearly every way. An orientation/planning session is conducted the day before campers arrive. Space for buddies is limited and dependent on how many campers sign up. Widewater Retreat Center, in Liberty Center, OH, is approximately 30 minutes south of the Michigan border. This camp is offered as a joint event with West Ohio Conference.
God's Treasures is a camp experience designed especially for adults physical and/or intellectual disabilities. "From Tree to Tree" is our theme, with our focus being the birth of Christ. Campers will experience a variety of activities including Christmas in June, crafts, music, recreation, Bible stories, campfires and interaction with campers and staff. The talent show is a camp highlight and our closing program is open to family and friends. Campers stay in Littleton and Ragland Lodges and are assigned counselors according to basic care needs. A questionnaire is sent to applicants and must be returned prior to acceptance.
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