Our actions will speak

Our faith will shout

We will not be drowned out


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Our culture too often sees faith as something that is supposed to be quiet and personal. But we know that following Jesus means living our faith out loud, and that’s what Summer Camp 2018 is all about. Join hundreds of other students for a few days of worship and life change as we discover what it means for our faith to go beyond words.

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High School

July 21-25

Registration Closed

Middle School

July 26-29

Registration Closed


Every single year, hundreds of lives are changed at Summer Camp. We never want the cost of camp to be the reason students can’t attend.

Help Send a Student to Camp

Every donation means that more students can experience one of the best things we do all year long. Help us get as many students to camp as possible by giving below.

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Financial Assistance

We have reached our maximum allowance of scholarship applications for camp at this time. For additional information on scholarships contact customstudents@seacoast.org

Summer Camp Experience

If you’re bored, it’s your own fault.

Even though you would totally come for exciting worship, incredible speakers and amazing friendships, we promise you'll have a lot of fun too. We've packed each day with events and activities, like House Wars and other epic competitions, big water toys, all the sports and even human-sized hamster balls. Check out some photos from camps in the not-too-distant past.

House Wars

Fight for the honor of your house! Every student will be a part of our crazy, fun, unpredictable House Wars each day. In the end, only one House can become the Camp Champ and reign supreme!


We can’t contain our love for God – we want to tell him what he means to us, to thank him for what he has done in our lives. Every day of camp will include powerful worship led by Seacoast Worship. We want our love to be LOUD.

Small Groups

We are excited about the worship and can’t wait to hear from our teachers, but at Camp, the most important life change happens in small groups. Small groups are where students can process what God is saying to them, ask questions, and help find their next steps.


Students will hear from Jon Hohm and some incredible guest speakers, who will push students out of their comfort zones and into the wonder of a faith lived LOUD.
Jon Hohm
Seacoast Church
Dan Hunter
Grace Church
Scotty Gibbons
Author / Speaker
Jon Brown
Journey Church
Joseph Kellog
Oaks Church
Brandon Cormier

General Information

Frequently Asked Questions

White Oak Conference Center
633 Mobley Highway
Winnsboro, SC 29180
Rising 9th-12th Grades
$295 – Early Bird Rate until 3/31
$345 – Regular Rate until 5/31
$395 – Late Rate until 6/30

Rising 6th-8th Grades
$275 – Early Bird Rate until 3/31
$325 – Regular Rate until 5/31
$375 – Late Rate until 6/30

Cost includes travel, meals, accommodations and all summer camp events.

No. After signing up for Summer Camp, your money cannot be refunded. Students may, however, transfer their registration to another student until June 30.

We have reached our maximum allowance of scholarship applications for camp at this time. For additional information on scholarships contact customstudents@seacoast.org

Yes. We will have a security team at Summer Camp to ensure your students’ safety. For every nine students, there will be a volunteer room leader. This leader has been background checked and interviewed.
A Summer Camp leader is the hands and feet of Jesus throughout the week to the students. A leader is on the front lines of ministry and cares for students by leading small group times, ensuring students’ safety, being on time, and making sure students have the best week of their lives.
Yes! Students who are graduating high school in May will be able to attend Summer Camp as seniors.
High School – July 21-25
Middle School – July 26-29
There will be an emergency phone number for you to call and get in contact with your student. You can find out more about this at the parent meeting.
Right here! As we get closer to camp, we will post a parent video, information packet and departure information on our site. If you have any more questions, you can always email us at summercamp@seacoast.org and we will be in touch.
White Oak Conference Center features a full dining hall, which offers buffet-style meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. If your student has food allergies, please indicate this on the registration form so the dining hall can accommodate them to the best of their ability. Please be aware the Conference Center does not make special meals but is prepared to help with gluten allergies and vegetarians. Nuts and seafood are not served at camp. If your student has extreme food allergies, please email us at summercamp@seacoast.org so we can work with you directly and the Conference Center to make sure there is food your student can eat. The Conference Center also features the Hub Café which will be open during free time and late at night for campers to purchase food and refreshments.
We will have snacks and merchandise available for purchase. While it is not necessary to send additional money, we recommend $50 for the week.
If we have an issue with your student breaking the rules or any other behavioral issues, you will be contacted and asked to come pick up your student. This will be handled on a case-by-case basis depending on the rules that are broken.
– Respect the people, respect the place
– No romantic displays of affection
– Be on time for all services and activities
No cell phones are allowed at camp this year. We want your students to really be able to connect with God and engage with others. We ask that all phones be left at home. Before we leave for camp, we will give you a contact number for emergencies only. All of our leaders will have cell phones, so they can contact you if there is a need.
Departure information and other important details coming soon.