COTH Programs & Ministries Overview
We offer 8 sessions of week-long faith-based summer camps for youth ages 8-18. We also offer four 2-week discipleship & service camps (Poiema) for youth ages 15-18 that are interested in being counselor assistants. If you want more info on Summer click on camper registration, summer staff positions, volunteer opportunities, or poiema.
During the school year, we work directly with teachers and schools to offer field trips that nurture students’ relationship with nature and weave academic content into outdoor activities. Programming is available for half-day, full-day, overnight, and week-long trips for PreK-12th grade. Click our Outdoor Education tab above to check out our website.
This program consists of 9 months of work training, life skills, and spiritual development for young adults ages 18+. College students in a variety of majors needing credit or internship hours are encouraged to meet one-on-one with staff to formulate a plan that will align this experience with their school’s requirements. It’s a great opportunity to build work experience and mature in ones’ relationship with God and others. Click the tab above to apply now.
Our cabins, cottages, kitchens, meeting rooms, and grounds are available for hosting events and retreats throughout the year such as business meetings, staff development, church retreats, family reunions, etc. Renting our facilities during the off-season helps make summer camps and field trips more accessible to those coming from low-income communities. For more info on how to partner with us, click the tab above.
To love well, to pursue excellence, to partner with our community, & to live out God’s goodness here at camp. Watch the video below to learn more.
Camp of the Hills is a ministry dedicated to showing God’s love to our campers and making our camp experiences accessible and supportive of the needs of youth from low-income and vulnerable communities from all across Texas.
Our staff is specially trained to engage with a broad spectrum of social, emotional, & behavioral development needs so that campers from vulnerable backgrounds can receive the support they need to experience the best week of camp possible.
Our activities engage youth in adventures that help them explore the outdoors, leadership, team work, relationship building, self reflection, spiritual development, and belonging.