2024 Registration is now open! 

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We have a great weekend planned and hope that many campers will be able to join us this year.  We have a number of junior counselors that are excited to be a part of the experience this summer! 

We hope that you can join us!

This camp is hosted by Holy Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church of West Columbia, SC.  Holy Trinity is a member of the Church of the Lutheran Confession (CLC).

Christ's Explorers Camp is for students
entering grades 3-9 for the 2024-25 school year. 

The camp will be held from Thursday, July 25 to Sunday, July 28 in Sevierville, Tennessee. 

The campers will be housed in group cabins and will participate in a variety of activities (devotions, outdoor activities and games, music, crafts, etc.) throughout the weekend.  We will have a great staff to camper ratio to help facilitate the smooth running of the camp.


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Holy Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church - CLC is excited to announce that we will again be hosting our annual summer camp, Christ's Explorers Camp.  This camp is open to students entering grades 3-9!  The camp is held in Sevierville, TN, from July 25-28, 2024.  (Transportation will be provided to/from our church campus in West Columbia, SC.)

The camp will cost $115, and includes all lodging, meals, and activities.  We are limited to the first 50 campers, so be ready to register when registration opens on March 30th!

Christ's Explorers Camp is managed by Sara Kloke and Karen Howell and assisted by many adult volunteers.  Junior Directors are Christian Koenig, Daniel Kloke, Hayden Howell and Katie Kloke.  Immanuel Lutheran College Professor David Schaller and Pastor Glenn Oster will lead the worship and Bible studies with the theme  "Fruits of the Spirit".

Many Activities are available during Christ's Explorers Camp - fun, educational & spiritual!

~ This year's theme ~
Fruits of the Spirit

Questions?  Email Info@ChristsExplorersCamp.com.

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Daily devotions and studies remind the campers to give glory to God for His wonderful creation and loving kindness.