The Salvation Army of Muncie is still providing summer camping opportunities for youth from Muncie. Wow- are they going to have fun! Swimming, paintball, crafts, games, getting to know God’s beautiful creation (and it is exceptionally gorgeous at Hidden Falls) friendships, music and music learning opportunities- it is a great time. This year’s theme is “GodCraft”. We ask only a $15 donation for gas, scholarships available, and we will take you there and back again too! Our camp is located in Bedford, Indiana and it is definitely one of the highlights of the summer.
2014 Hidden Falls Camp Registration Due Dates
FOR CORPS USE Dates Camp Description
June 10-13 Mini Mites
May 27, 2014 For Corps/Service Extension youth ages 6-8.
This camp will have an evangelistic focus while
introducing children to the outdoors as God’s creation.
June 30-July 4
July 7-11 Extreme Camp 1
Extreme Camp 2
Extreme Camp 3
Extreme Camp 4
Registration for ALL FOUR Due: May 27. For Corps/Service Extension youth grade 6-age 17.
These campers will be staying in tents in the extreme
Camp area, learning advanced outdoor skills and gaining a
more rustic camping experience. Regular devotions and
Bible Study will take place in a campfire setting.
June 13-16 Family Camp 1
May 30, 2014 Weekend retreat camp for families who are determined
income eligible. This camps focus is on providing a family
with a time of respite and a chance to bond together
as a family unit.
July 7-11 Junior Camp 1
June 2, 2014
For Corps/Service Extension youth ages 9-12. This
camp will have an evangelistic focus while introducing
or continuing a child’s experience of the outdoors as
June 21-28 Indiana Music Institute
June 6, 2014 For Corps youth ages 9-17. This is a working camp for
music instruction including brass, vocal, guitar,
percussion and more!
June 30-July 4 Bible Camp
June 16, 2014 For youth ages 7-17 and ready for Bible learning and
discipleship. All youth in the age range will be eligible to
attend. Youth should be informed that this is a Bible camp
and the main focus will be discipleship and Bible study
with outdoor activities as electives.
July 14-18 Character Building Camp
June 30, 2014 For Corps youth who are registered and prospective
Sunbeams, Girl Guards, Explorers, Rangers, and Scouts.
Youth attending this camp will be working on and
July 21-25 Teen Camp
July 7, 2014 All corps and service extension youth ages 13-17. This will
be an evangelistic focused camp. Teens will have the
opportunity for outdoor education while being presented
with the gospel and the tenants of a biblical lifestyle.
If the registration for a camp has passed, please call and we will see if there is still any availability for placement.
Meals, and all programs included in camp. This year we are asking for each child attending each camp to support a $15 gas cost per camp; if funds are a difficulty, there will be opportunities for the student to have a work scholarship. See Lt. Mary Robbins for details, and your camp application.
Doing our best to respond to the needs of our community… God bless our partners in assisting those in need!
We can’t thank those in our community who step forward constantly to help us. We have had some wonderful support – God bless you and on behalf of those who come here to the Salvation Army at 1015 N Wheeling Ave in need, we are very, very grateful.
June 11 was a fun day at the Muncie Corps! 20+ people enjoyed ice cream treats and prizes and each other’s company as well as a devotion. Join us on Wednesday evenings for adult Bible study and stay for fun and make new friends in our Women’s Ministries and Men’s Fellowship. We promise smiles, laughter, a little more knowledge of our wonderful Creator, and probably… a really delicious snack! UP AND COMING…. a new young adult Bible Study H2O- watch for more info SOON! Also- group piano lessons- FREE from an experienced teacher who really wants to hear you play ASAP!
May 31, 2014 by mrobbins
May 31 has been a very busy day for Muncie; so many fundraisers for wonderful organizations and causes, and the Salvation Army is no exception! While our faithful volunteers washed cars, and handled our rummage sale customers (thank you to our contributors!), A Company of Cowboys entertained folks who made it to the back parking lot. Even though it was a beautiful day, it was very warm; and these wonderful folks added a fun and festive touch in their authentic costumes. They even played jailkeeper for a short time! Just wanted to thank all of them for the time, wonderful show, and for supporting our corps! God bless you!