There is a place for you here.
We believe that knowing Jesus leads to life transformation,
and we’ve set the table for New England students, families, and
churches to meet Him in a real way.
Take off the mask, the expectations, and the pressure—you belong here. We strive to make every camper and guest feel more than welcome but like they’re truly at home here.
Our staff and cabin leaders love creating an environment of authenticity and belonging.
It’s not unusual to strike up a conversation with another guest or camper at Monadnock and find that you’ve got five mutual friends across the
New England region – relationships and connections run deep here.
Just bring yourself and you can bet you’ll make a friend or two that you keep for life—and come back to camp with again and again.
A chapel service at Monadnock might be simple, but it’s certainly not shallow.
Jesus meets our guests and campers in their real life, in their real problems. It’s our joy to help every participant take their next step in faith.
For every camper ready to hike up the mountain as fast as they can or throw an ax or two in the field, there’s a guest ready to take a leisurely stroll around the grounds or stay up into the wee hours with some board games and new friends.
Whatever “fun” means to you, we’ve got an experience for you. Laughter and life-long memories guaranteed.
I have attended the winter retreat - encounter for the past couple of years but this will be my last year with my youth group. I enjoyed every second I have spent here.
Honestly, it's my home away from home.
The best thing that happened to me.
There's no place like home, and that's exactly what the experience is at Camp Monadnock; a Berea Ministry. I had the privilege to go to their winter retreat called Encounter. From the moment you arrive there is someone standing outside in the cold to great every church youth group that comes in.
Camp Monadnock is passionate about serving here in New England by preaching the infallible word of God. They are also passionate to see young middle school and high school kids get into a deeper relationship with God, but they remind the kids that they have to make the choice for themselves.
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