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We grow relationships with self, each other, and God.

At Shrine Mont Camps, we strive to create a diverse and safe community that welcomes campers and staff from all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, creed, color, national or ethnic origin, physical or mental ability, or sexual orientation in the administration of any of our programs. All camp activities will promote and maintain the personal and emotional safety of all campers and staff

A Day in the Life: Sample Schedule

7:15 am - Wake Up

8:00 am - Breakfast

8:45 am - Morning Cabin Meeting

9:30 am - Electives (Campers choose one elective to focus on during the session)

11:00 am - Camper Free Time (shower, write letters, throw a football, play games, etc.)

12:30 pm - Lunch

1:15 pm - Rest Period

2:30 pm - Afternoon Activity (Campers can pick from a variety of daily options such as hiking, pool time, field games and arts & crafts.)

4:00 pm - Chaplain’s Time

4:45 pm - Camp Free Time (all camp hand outside. Cabin in charge of worship gets together for final prep.)

5:30 pm - Dinner

6:15 pm - Worship (led by campers)

7:00 pm - Evening Program (dance, pool party, camp Olympics, talent show, etc.)

9:00 pm - Good Night Song & Lights Out! * PLEASE NOTE: Inside of each cabin there is a schedule posted that is specific to that camp’s activities. It may vary slightly from what you see here.


What to Bring
(Packing List)

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We recommend the following items to give your camper everything that they will need while away at camp. Of course, certain items, (such as clothing) will vary depending on the length of your camper’s session and we leave that up to your discretion. Campers will not be able to do laundry during the session except in the case of an emergency. Please label everything with your camper’s first and last names. We suggest using a suitcase, duffel bag, plastic under-bed box, or a trunk. Please keep in mind that luggage is kept under bunk beds


- T-shirts

- Shorts

- A couple pairs of long pants/jeans

- plenty of socks, incl. thick ones for hiking

- underwear

- swimsuit(s)

- sweatshirt/long-sleeve shirt(s)

- dirty clothes bag

- rain jacket/poncho

- pajamas

- shower shoes (if desired)

- sneakers for everyday use and light

day hikes

- camp appropriate footwear

(must have a back to the shoe)

- bandanas

- face mask


Bedding & Linens:

- twin sheets and/or a sleeping bag

- pillow/pillowcase

- bath towel(s)

- pool towel(s)

- washcloth or loofah

- blanket


Personal Care Items:

- toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothbrush, etc.)

- extra contact lenses or glasses if needed

- insect repellant

- sunscreen

- other personal items

- 2 water bottles (IMPORTANT)

Other Items (OPTIONAL):

- flashlight/batteries

- sunglasses & hat

- paper/pen/envelopes

- stamps

- camera (NOT a smartphone)

- quiet solo activities for rest period of day (books, magazines, puzzles, art materials, etc.)

- Bible and/or Book of Common Prayer

Additional Items for Specific Camps:

- sleeping pad

- Water shoes (such as Keens, Tevas, Cha-cos) and sturdy shoes for hiking

What NOT to Bring
Electronic Devices (mobile phones, phone watches, etc.; mobile-enabled tablets except for reading already downloaded books; laptop computers, etc.) - Any item that may be considered a weapon (knives including Swiss Army Knives, firearms, lighters, fireworks, matches) - Food (snacks, candy, gum, drinks, etc.) - Tobacco Products - Alcohol & Controlled Substances - Pets or other animals

Please help us ensure that the above listed items are NOT brought to camp by reviewing what your camper has packed before departing for camp. Please understand that if any of these items are found at camp, they will be confiscated immediately, and if necessary, your child may be sent home
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