Summer UpdateJune 22nd 2020
After much prayer and discussion, we plan to have Enosh Bible Camp! We are super excited to see you all soon.
This year will look differently than previous years. We plan to have temperature checks every morning at the registration table. If your child is ill, please keep them home for the day.
Please have your child bring a water bottle with their name on it (like a Nalgene or something like it). We do not plan to use water fountains or foam cups. We will have staffers wearing gloves that will refill campers water bottles throughout the day.
Campers and staffers will be bringing their own lunches every day as well. Please send a bagged lunch that needs no prep (microwave, rinsing fruits and veggies, etc).
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns!
"For whoever calls on the name of the LORD shall be saved."- Romans 10:13
Enosh Bible Camp exists for the making of disciples. It is our joy and privilege to present Christ to every camper as the most amazing person they will ever have the privilege of knowing, the Savior each one desperately needs, and the One Who is worthy of ALL of our devotion. Our prayer and our goal is to see individuals made into zealous, mature, Christ-like followers (disciples).- 1 Corinthians 9:19, Colossians 1:28
What does it cost ?Enosh Bible Camp is a faith-based ministry and is free of charge.
What happens at camp ?Enosh Bible Camp provides a full schedule that includes: games, team-sports, lunch, stories, hikes, crafts, Bible studies and mentoring for kids 8 years old up to 9th grade; regardless of background.
Where is the camp ?Enosh Bible Camp is held on the spacious grounds of Topeka Gospel Chapel located just south of 62nd Street in north Topeka. With a tennis and basketball court, sports fields, and an indoor air conditioned facility for meetings and meals; it's a great place to play and learn about God by studying the Bible.
Who will be with my kids ?
Enosh Bible Camp utilizes the talents of Godly young men and women committed to helping kids. They volunteer for the week to spend time teaching and encouraging in a way that exemplifies Jesus Christ.
Also on site are camp directors, a camp nurse and kitchen staff.