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Service And Leadership Training
"You are the SALT of the earth" Mt 5:13
This week of camp is dedicated to developing the next generation of evangelical leaders in the Pacific Northwest. Our time will be focused on equipping young leaders to love and serve Jesus wherever they are and wherever God may lead them to serve Him in the future. The week will be dedicated to recognizing and seizing Kingdom building opportunities in everyday life.
We will focus on living the Gospel together as a community of believers through teaching, small groups, and prayer. Opportunities to practice living out and sharing the Gospel in word and deed will be given through local mission excursions during the week. All the great outdoor fun available at Tall Timber will be there for your daily enjoyment as well.
About Tall Timber Ranch
Tall Timber is ideally situated for a regional event. Centrally located on the east slopes of the Washington Cascades near the town of Leavenworth, it is easily accessible from all directions. Tucked between two glacial rivers, three ridges of towering peaks rise above wide green meadows. It's a place of stunning natural beauty which displays the power of God's handiwork. See it for yourself!
This is a partnership of the Presbytery of the Pacific of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, and Tall Timber Ranch. Anyone is welcome to attend.
Building meaningful relationships is one of the things camp does best! Making new friends and growing closer to old ones. Counselors who love kids and are fantastic role models and mentors. Meeting inspiring teachers and leaders, sharing, listening and having a blast together. Nobody does it better!
We will have a dynamic speaker speaking at campfire in the evening.
Leadership from the EPC churches will be joined by the regular Tall Timber staff. Our Program Director, will oversee the camping program, and activities. A summer long Health Specialist will care for first aid, medical, and health care.
Activities include: rock climbing, biking, canoeing, river rafting, and horses, plus crafts, drama, and much more. Each day there will be activity options and special events.
All programs include: daily Bible study and excellent teaching, games and crafts, campfires, hikes, swimming and great food!
There will again be trail rides at camp throughout the summer youth camps. Enjoy the outdoors on horseback. There is an extra fee per ride. Horse Release Form: All campers who want to ride must have a Horse Release Form.
You may bring it with you to camp or fax it to us at (509) 763-1227
Horse Release Form (2 pages)
SALT Leadership Camp
July 20-26, 2014
Registration begins Sunday at 3:30 PM at the lodge.
What to bring
Be sure to bring the following to camp:
Bible & pencil
Camp-appropriate attire should be casual, modest and comfortable. Please avoid revealing or provocative clothing. Specifically, all underwear should be covered, including bra straps and boxer shorts. Tops should cover cleavage and belly buttons. Shorts should fit the "fingertip rule" - not shorter than the tips of your fingers when hanging down your sides. Please no bikinis. Swimsuits should be one piece or covered by swim shorts or tank top. Campers will be asked to change if these guidelines are not followed. Avoid embarrassment! Dress modestly.
*Bring a set of clothes you don’t mind getting a tad MUDDY!
Experience camp with your child this summer from the comfort of your own living room. We now have a blog, picture gallery, and a facebook page. See pictures and read stories, about life at camp. You can even send an email. It’s the next best thing to being there. Please, we are asking for only parents of registered campers send email. Just go to email form.
Drive Highway 2 from Wenatchee or Everett to the Lake Wenatchee turn-off, 20 miles east of the Steven’s Pass summit. Drive around Lake Wenatchee (Hwy. 207 for 10.4 mi.) to the far end and turn right onto the White River Road. Camp is 6 miles up the White River Road.
Click here for a map and printable directions
To register online, use the Register Now button at the top of this page. Registration forms may also be found in the summer brochure, or for a printable version, click here. To register by phone, call (509)763-3127. fax (509)763-1227.