Cathedral of the Pines Camp
Cathedral of the Pines Registration
LOTTERY OPEN ONLINE 1/13 for OPENING WEEKEND, FAMILY WORK WEEK & FAMILY CAMP
Registrations for these three sessions will be accepted online, by mail or in person. Registrations MUST be received by February 1, 2017. On February 2, a lottery for these camping sessions will be held. Results will be posted at Camp Rally on Sunday, February 12.
Camp packets, including registration forms, will be mailed out to all Mount Olivet member families with camp aged children in mid-January. Members may, and are encouraged to register for youth camping periods as soon as the packets are received.
Registration for the Hi-er League Weekend begins in January and will be accepted online, by mail or in person through May 15, 2017.
Non-Member registration is Saturday, March 4, 2017
Questions: Call Kris Ericksen at 612.767.2207
Worship with us next summer at C.O.P.
Evening Chapel Services - 7:30pm
Sunday Morning Worship - 10:00am
Cathedral of the Pines, a youth camp located 260 miles north of Minneapolis, combines some of the best ingredients for a positive summer experience...prayer, praise, education and recreation.
The mission of Cathedral of the Pines Camp is to serve children and young people by enhancing their spiritual and emotional development. The summer camping experience in the natural beauty of northern Minnesota helps the youth grow in their relationship with God.
Individuals of all ages gather on the lovely shores of Caribou Lake for Christian experiences in an atmosphere of friendship, fine facilities and good food. Trained caring counselors bring the Good News of God and loving volunteers prepare meals. There are health professionals available at all times. A typical camp day includes Bible centered Christian living classes, swimming, paddleboats, nature, hiking, sports fundamentals, arts and crafts, large and small group games, and, of course, delicious food! Each day at Cathedral of the Pines begins and ends in the chapel overlooking beautiful Caribou Lake.
The camp schedule includes separate weeks for children entering third grade through high school graduating seniors. Adult and family retreats are offered throughout the camping season. Visitors are welcome. Evening and Sunday chapel services are open to all.