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Junior High Summer Camp 2023

Sunday, July 23, 2023 - Saturday, July 29, 2023

Age Group: 6th - 8th Grade

Cost: $500

Summer Camp at Camp AREV is fun filled, spiritually driven week long camp that helps campers get out of their daily routine and experience the amazing creation while helping them worship their amazing Creator. Our aim is to make sure campers have the BEST WEEK OF THEIR LIVES, walk closely with Jesus Christ and create amazing and long lasting memories.

During Junior High summer week, we love interacting with our campers through bible lessons, singing, various seminars relevant to their age and a special focus on Armenian Christian Heritage 🇦🇲 . We also play and have a ton of FUN together. Fun time includes organized team games (afternoon and night,) individual free time activities, a trip to Castaic Lake, "Camp Chaos" and outdoor worship time at our victory circle. These and more are all part of what makes camp so unique and memorable.



Outdoor fun for everyone! Including– archery, zip lining, basketball, soccer, volleyball, disc golf, ropes course, hiking and more! 



Our newly renovated cabins mean enjoying the fresh mountain air can be as comfortable as it is exciting!



We believe everyone should have the opportunity to attend camp, regardless of financial ability.


Worship & Speaker

Every day at camp we gather for energetic and moving times of worship and messages from our session speaker.


What To Bring

We can't wait to see you at camp! Curious what to bring with you?

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Easily drivable from Southern and Central California. Organized transportation available from LA, OC, and Fresno.

Meet Our Speaker

Janely Pierre

Pastor Janely Pierre received the call to ministry at an early age. Originally wanting to study law, he sensed the call growing within as the years passed. After graduating from Atlantic Union College where he studied theology and history, he commenced a position as chaplain and Bible teacher at Central Vermont Academy. Later on, he accepted the call to pastoral ministry, working in Northern New England Conference. He has pastored in Maine, Vermont and now pastors in southern New Hampshire, in a three church district where he serves Manchester, Nashua and Derry congregations and also helped plant a fourth church in his district. He enjoys spending time with friends and family, reading, writing, supporting his Philadelphia sports teams and is happily married to his wife Rachelle and together they have one son, Micah and a Catahoula Pit named Koda.


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