There is simply no environment quite like Camp Cedar Crest. Regardless of the season in which the camp program takes place, camp is a catalytic environment for true-life transformation. It provides a setting where students disengage with the distractions of everyday life and engage with God in His creation. Students experience powerful worship and faith-filled teachings that draw them into a deeper relationship with Jesus. The activities are intentionally designed to foster community and encourage team building.
Our camp programs compliment local church ministries by super-charging kid’s church and bolstering youth groups. Simply put...CAMP MATTERS
Registration Step By Step Process
- Go to http://www.swnextgen.com, select the ‘Forms’ tab and download all leader and student registration forms.
- Stay on the SWNextGen website and select the ‘Register’ tab.
- Use your same account from previous camps or create an account for your church.
- (New Accounts Only) Fill in your church information
- (New Accounts Only) Complete Youth Pastor/Leader Contact Form
- Register your campers and leaders.
- Once you have registered your campers and leaders online, you will need to fax or email your camper and leader registration forms and permission slips (we are required to have hard copies of these forms). Fax: 714-786-5240 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note your church name when you submit these forms.
Your registration is not complete until all steps have been completed.
There will be a $25 late fee per person for any late or incomplete registrations, after the registration deadline.
Additional information about our online registration process:
- You can log back into your account at any time to add campers/leaders, make any cancellations and pay your balance.
- If you delete any campers or leaders you will need to logout of your account and log back in for the balance due to adjust.
- All refunds will be processed after camp has ended.
Camp Cedar Crest
Located a short drive east of Los Angeles in the cool, clear air of the San Bernardino National Forest, Camp Cedar Crest is nestled on 90 acres of wooded mountain beauty. Nearby are world class resorts such as Blue Jay, Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear; with activities ranging from skiing, snowboarding, hiking and boating.
In 1946 Rev. Harold Chalfant campaigned and raised funds to purchase land for the Foursquare Church to establish Camp Cedar Crest. His vision was for a place where children and youth could escape the frenzied pace of city life and discover God in His creation. Today that vision continues, every year Cedar Crest hosts approxi-mately 20,000 campers and leaders through weekly and weekend programs, science camps and retreats.
• 500 BEDS • 15 DORM-STYLE CABINS • STAFF HOUSING FOR +/- 40 LEADERS • 3 INDOOR MEETING AREAS (SANCTUARY, AUDITORIUM, CHAPEL) • 1 OUTDOOR MEETING AREA (VICTORY CIRCLE) • LARGE DINING HALL • FULL-SERVICE SNACK SHACK • FIRST AID STATION (FULL-TIME EMT)
• OUTDOOR POOL • BASEBALL FIELD • 2 FULL-SIZE BASKETBALL COURTS • 2 FULL-SIZE VOLLEYBALL COURTS • 2 FULL-SIZE HUMAN FOOSBALL COURTS • ROCK WALL • PAINTBALL COURSE • HIKING • ARCHERY • CAMPFIRES • ARTS & CRAFTS • GAGA BALL • 9 SQUARE • INFLATABLE ACTIVITIES
Youth Winter Camps
JR. HIGH dates & costDATES
January 22–24, 2016
$100 Cabin Leader
January 15, 2016
Stephen Hibdon has been a voice to a generation of young people over the last 19 years. Known for his humorous approach, he loves to have fun and see youth live a Spirit-filled life of authentic and daring faith. Pastor Stephen currently serves at The Rock, Anaheim, CA.
SR. HIGH dates & costDATES
January 29–31, 2016
$100 Cabin Leader
January 22, 2016
Associate Director of Foursquare Missions Press, Cheyne Jackson is known for his sharp wit, sensitivity to the Holy Spirit, insight into Scripture, an acute prophetic calling and unique journey to vocational ministry. Cheyne believes in championing spiritual formation through a renovation of mind and character into the example of Jesus.
Changed in order to improve or made more fit for a particular purpose.ALTARED 2016
Young Adults Camp
April 8–10, 2016
5:00P REGISTRATION OPENS
7:30P VICTORY CIRCLE
10:00P LATE NIGHT
9:30A WORKSHOP A
10:30A COFFEE BREAK
11:00A WORKSHOP B
12:30P PICNIC LUNCH
2:00P FREE TIME
6:00P DAPPER DINNER
9:30P LATE NIGHT
Though there are many ministries for kids and youth, some life-changing miracles seem to only happen at camp.Kimberly Dirmann: SWD Supervisor
KIDS’ Summer Camp
KIDS’ 1 (3–5 GR)
July 5–8, 2016
KIDS’ 2 (3–5 GR)
July 8–11, 2016
$125 Cabin Leader
June 27, 2016
What To Expect
Camp is designed specifically for the camper. From our activities to our evening services we want to engage the hearts, minds and bodies of the camper. We will have experienced staff who are available to assist you the entire time you are at camp. We do everything possible to make your camp experience a great one, striving to provide healthy and nutritious meals, as well as providing clean and comfortable cabins.
Camp begins at 4:00 pm on opening day and ends at 10:30 am on closing day.
Our schedule starts with breakfast, includes devotions and teachings, fun-filled activities, age specific worship services and evening fire-side chats.
Medical & Staff
We have a certified EMT that helps to manage medication and provide emergency first aid. The program is facilitated by our volunteer staff, allowing YOU as the cabin leader to participate with your campers.
At night campers and cabin leaders will retire to the safety of their cabins at approximately 9:30 pm.
Churches are required to bring cabin leaders with campers. If you cannot secure an adult cabin leader (18 or over) we will work with you to partner with a local church – The ratio of cabin leaders to campers is 1–5.
We have a designated staff role called “The Super.” This team leader is assigned groups of cabins to lead, assist, encourage and engage your campers.
Youth Summer Camp
JR. HIGH (6–8 GR)
July 12-16, 2016
COMBO 1 (7–12 GR)
July 17–21, 2016
COMBO 2 (7–12 GR)
July 21–25, 2016
SR. HIGH (9–12 GR)
July 26–30, 2016
$125 Cabin Leader
JR. HIGH – July 5, 2016
COMBO 1 & 2 – July 11, 2016
SR. HIGH – July 18, 2016
What To Expect
Our camp team has taken the time to make sure every part of our youth camp engages the camper, brings out their strengths and provides an environment for them to encounter the Lord in ways that they may not have realized. Our goal during camp is to make sure you, the cabin leader and your campers have a genuine mountain-top experience that allows you to know the Lord more. We strive to provide healthy and nutritious meals as well as providing clean and comfortable cabins.
Our welcome party sets the stage for the campers experience by being upbeat, fun and community shaping.
Camp begins at 4:00 pm on opening day & ends at 10:30 am on closing day.
We have powerful communicators who bring forth relevant messages with the authority of God’s word.
Our services have dynamic, engaging worship and our audio-visual teams use the latest technology.
Our team makes sure to separate all boys & girls cabins during their stay at camp.
Our “late nights” are supervised by our volunteer team, to ensure safety and maintain accountability for each camper – The ratio of campers to cabin leaders is 1–10.
Our activities team puts together fun, team building activities, as well as provides other sports and activities such as paintball and human foosball.