Camp Vineyard

The Best Week of the Summer!

It all began in the distant past…

Or maybe it was just 2008. Camp Vineyard was founded to be a healthy mix of crazy fun and solid spiritual instruction. Not content to do just another week-long church camp for 6th-12th graders, we set out to combine camp craziness (like Giant Multi-Ball Soccer and Humans vs. Zombies) with uniquely Vineyard values. From the outset, Camp Vineyard has had at its heart the idea that teenagers have the ability to get involved in ministry now, and not just some time in the undefined future. We believe that the future of the Vineyard movement rests on these teenagers who will become our church planters, ministers, and volunteers. We want to give them the motivation to go home and get involved in their church’s ministries, learning to love and serve those around them in meaningful ways. No, we don’t expect every single one of them to plant a church someday. But we do believe that opening the door now is critical to the future of the Vineyard.

Camp Vineyard Southeast is hosted each year by Vineyard Chattanooga, along with our friends at Woodland Camp. It’s held in Temple, GA, about 20 miles from the Georgia/Alabama state line. Jon Meek is the Site Director, Cory Trube is the Site Coordinator, and Kent Moore is the Site Pastor.