Are you a camper family, camp friend, clergy, alumni, guest, supporter or neighbor of Camp DeWolfe from Camp DeWolfe’s 75 years of ministry? – Then you are part of the Camp DeWolfe family! We would love to hear from you! Have a memory of Camp DeWolfe you would like to share? Do you remember what camp was like when you attended? Was there an experience you have meaningful memories of? Tell us your story here!
The Camp DeWolfe family/alumni can pray, share and support Christ’s ministry at Camp DeWolfe today:
1. Pray: Camp family and alumni pray for Camp DeWolfe, the Bishop, the Board and the staff; for continued encouragement, strength and wisdom to serve Christ, through the ministry at Camp DeWolfe. Camp family and alumni pray for campers’ and guests’ safety, open hearts and enjoyment as they experience the beauty of creation around them.
2. Share: Camp family and alumni are ambassadors for Camp DeWolfe and share camp with those in their local community and networks. Camp family and alumni share information about camp programs and stories of Christ’s work at Camp DeWolfe and welcome new campers of all ages into the life of Camp DeWolfe today!
3. Support: There are many opportunities to support Camp DeWolfe in practical ways. These opportunities include seasonal volunteer projects such as beach clean ups, camp preparation, maintenance support, painting projects, or even helping out in the office! Camp family and alumni contribute a suggested donation of $300 annually to support the ministry of Camp DeWolfe. Larger donations are encouraged for specific projects and capital improvement. Camp DeWolfe hosts an annual benefit luncheon for Camp family and alumni, along with the Board and camp staff, to celebrate God’s successes of the year and look forward to upcoming ministry!
Call the Camp Office on 631-929-4325 today or email here to re-connect and stay connected with Camp DeWolfe on Camp’s facebook, twitter and Instagram.
Camp DeWolfe celebrated 75 years of ministry in 2022. Here are a collection of videos of people for whom Camp DeWolfe has been an important place: