Mount Hermon Family Camp

Where Family Traditions Begin.

Mount Hermon Family Camp means fun and excitement! Our outstanding Child Care, Day Camp, Youth tracks and expanded collegiate offerings are a vibrant part of the Mount Hermon summer—and we offer babysitting of your younger campers so you can spend time with your older kids! Fabulous speakers, seminar leaders and musicians make a week of Family Camp an experience you won't forget!

In family times together you'll enjoy BBQ's, outdoor Pancake Breakfasts and superb meals in the Mount Hermon Dining Hall. Flex breakfasts and salad bars at lunch and dinner are a great weekly feature. Family adventures include hikes, a train ride to Santa Cruz, family games, campfires and S'mores! Family portraits offered each week will capture your memories—maybe even next year's Christmas card! Check out all the memory making recreation options below and begin or continue a fabulous family tradition of a week at Mount Hermon.

Check out the Week 6 Highlight Video!

Pre-Registration Guide

Pro Tips for Registration

  • Double check and update your family information and contact information on your account before September 1st.
  • Before registering, have your top 3–5 housing choices in mind.
  • If at any point you feel stuck, please give us a call! 1.888.642.2677
  • What Type of Housing is Best for Me?

    There's a lot of us.

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    There's less than 6 of us.

    We prefer to cook.

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    Please cook for us.

    We like being further from the action.

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    We want our room as near the action as possible.

    We'll take care of our own linens for the week.

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    We like the option of having our linens changed.

    We want our own space to spread out and relax.

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    There's so much to do we'll hardly be in our rooms.

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    If this seems like you, you'll probably prefer a Cabin.

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    If this seems like you, you'll probably prefer a Lodge Room.

  • Cabin, Lodge Room, What's the Difference?

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    • CABINS

      Cabins provide a home-style environment nestled among the redwoods. Linens and towels are provided along with a kitchen stocked with pots, pans, utensils and space for dining.

      • 34 Cabins available
      • Capacities range from 1–11people.
      • Cottage-style room set up.
      • Meal plans are optional.
      Per Person Program Rate
      Adult (13+)$250
      4–12 years$195
      0–3 yearsFREE
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    • LODGE ROOMS

      Lodge Rooms are perfect welcoming spaces with varying views of the redwoods and the grounds. Each have private baths, linens provided, furnishings & decor, and spacious rooms.

      • 150 Lodge Rooms available
      • Capacities range from 1–8 people.
      • Hotel-style rooms.
      • Meal plans are required.
      Per Person Program & Meal Rate
      Adult (13+)$460
      4–12 years$325
      0–3 yearsFREE
  • When Can I Register?

    Pre-Registration Opens 9:00am on September 18, 2017

    Families who attended Family Camp 2017 Qualify for pre-registration.

    Login to your account and place your reservation. Rooms and Cabins are available on a first-come-first-served basis. As the availability of housing changes, you will be given the current inventory to choose from.

    We have made improvements to serve you even better. This year there will be specific pre-registration days set aside for each week of Family Camp allowing for the fastest access to online registration and registrars for those needing assistance during the registration process.

    Pre-Registration Windows

    • Weeks 1 & 2


      Monday Sept. 18,
      9:00am

    • Weeks 4 & 5


      Tuesday Sept. 19,
      9:00am

    • Week 6


      Wednesday Sept. 20,
      9:00am

    • Weeks 7 & 8


      Thursday Sept. 21,
      9:00am

    • Week 9
      & Labor Day


      Friday Sept. 22, 9:00am

     

    Once a week is open for registration, it stays open exclusively for 2017 returning guests until October 2. Please note you will be unable to register any guests who did not attend Family Camp in 2017 during this time frame. Please call reservations after October 2nd to add them to your existing registration. If you’re interested in a very specific cabin these pre-registration windows are for you. If you prefer a Lodge Room, no rush. Just register during the pre-registration window.

    General Public Registration Opens 9:00am on October 9, 2017

    Families who are being referred, who are new, or who did not attend Family Camp 2017 qualify for general registration.

    Any interested families in the general public can now register for Family Camp. Popular weeks may be full at this time, but there will still be space at other great weeks in the summer.

  • Where is the housing unit I want located on camp?

    Use the map and these designations to help give perspective on the experience our unique lodging provides. We've classified each into one of three distance categories.

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    • CLOSE

      Right in the action. These accommodations are as close to the centralized activities on camp as it gets.

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    • COMFORTABLE

      A great balance between access and privacy. Easy access to the activities with enough distance to retreat.

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    • PRIVATE OASIS

      You'll feel like you've got your own private retreat. These accommodations are further away from the central activities.

  • Online Registration Step-by-Step

    1. Select Log In at the top right of our website
    2. Select "Camps & Events Registration System"
    3. Sign in to your existing account or create a new account
    4. Select Register Online
    5. Select Family for Family Camp Registration. Choosing "Register a Group" is for church groups coming to private events.
    6. Find the week you want and enter the number of people attending in each age range.
    1. Select your lodging
    2. Verify your Family information
    3. Edit your attendees, adding the names and information for everyone who is coming.
    4. Check Out, agree to the terms and conditions.
    5. Select Payment Method and Finish Payment
    6. Congrats, you're done!
  • Accessing Your Account

    • Great news! You already have an account.
    • Select Log In at the top right.
    • Select "Camps & Events Registration" from the top menu system.
    • Enter your login and password.
    • If you've never logged in, click on “forgot your password”
  • We Can Help!

    No need to worry if you prefer talking to a real person.
    We are here for you 6 days a week.

    Monday–Saturday 8:30am–4:00pm

    Call toll-free: 1.888.642.2677

    If you prefer, you may download a pdf version of the Pre-Reg Guide here:

    Family Camp 2018 Pre-Registration Guide

How do I figure my total cost?

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2018 Speakers

Week 1 | June 17–23

Romberger, Mike

Mike Romberger

President/CEO of Mount Hermon Christian Conference Center  |  Mount Hermon

Mike Romberger is Mount Hermon’s President & CEO. Mike was Senior Pastor at Mission Hills Church in Littleton, Colorado for 14 years, before God called him to be President/CEO of Mount Hermon in May 2015. He attended Biola University, Talbot School of Theology, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary where he received his Doctor of Ministry in Christian Leadership.



Dahlstrom, Richard

Richard Dahlstrom

Pastor  |  Bethany Community Church

Richard is the senior Pastor at Bethany Community Church, Seattle, WA. Richard’s book O2: Breathing New Life into Faith, was selected by Publishers Weekly as one of the best Christian books of 2008. Be sure and check out Richards new book: Colors of Hope.

 

Week 2 | June 24–30

Robbins, Dr. Duffy

Dr. Duffy Robbins

Professor of Youth Ministry  |  Eastern University

Dr. Duffy Robbins is Professor of youth ministry at Eastern University in St. Davids, Pennsylvania, is a respected youth ministry veteran with over forty years of experience in the field. He speaks around the world to teenagers and people who care about teenagers.

McCourt, Andrew

Andrew McCourt

Pastor at Bayside Church in Roseville  |  Bayside Church

Andrew is one of the Senior Pastors at Bayside Church in Roseville, CA. Originally from Northern Ireland, he has been in active ministry for over 20 years and travels extensively sharing the Christian message in a creative, humorous and challenging style. He is committed first and foremost to building local churches and raising up multigenerational leaders.

 

Week 4 | July 8–14

Moore, Chad

Chad Moore

Pastor  |  Sun Valley Community Church

Chad Moore is Lead Pastor at Sun Valley Community Church in Gilbert, AZ. At the time Chad began his ministry at Sun Valley in 2004, average attendance was 800 and the church met on one campus. Today, Sun Valley averages over 5,000 and meets in three locations. Sun Valley has been listed by Outreach Magazine as one of the 100 fastest growing churches in America four out of the last five years.

Tuttle, Philip

Philip Tuttle

President of Walk Thru the Bible  |  Walk Thru the Bible

As President of Walk Thru the Bible, Phil continues to share God's Word throughout the world in churches, Bible conferences, Christian education conventions, and corporate gatherings. He is the author of Raise Up a Child, Crucible: The Choices that Change Your Life Forever, and Detour: Finding Purpose When Life Doesn't Make Sense.

 

Week 5 | July 15–21

Smith, Efrem

Efrem Smith

President and CEO of World Impact  |  World Impact

Efrem Smith is the President and CEO of World Impact, a Christian missions organization committed to the church-planting movement in the inner city. Besides being the CEO of World impact, Smith is also a motivational speaker and preacher internationally on the subjects of leadership, multi-ethnic issues and development of the Christian community. Smith is considered to be an advocate for urban ministry and reaching out to the marginalized.

Kannwischer, Richard

Richard Kannwischer

Senior Pastor of PeachTree Presbyterian Church in Atlanta  |  PeachTree Presbyterian Church

Richard serves as Senior Pastor of PeachTree Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to coming toPeachTree served as the Senior Pastor at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church of Newport beach, CA.

 

Week 6 | July 22–28

Cho, Eugene

Eugene Cho

Pastor of Quest Church  |  Quest Church

Eugene Cho is the founder and visionary of One Day s Wages, a grassroots movement of people, stories, and actions to alleviate extreme global poverty. He is the founder and senior pastor of Quest Church, an urban, multicultural, and multigenerational church in Seattle, Washington.

Johnston, Ray

Ray Johnston

Senior Pastor of Bayside Church in Granite Bay  |  Bayside Church

Ray Johnston is one of the Senior Pastors of Bayside Church in Granite Bay, Ca. A 30-year veteran of both youth and adult ministry, he’s the founding pastor of Bayside Church, which has grown to over 12,000 people. In addition to his tireless efforts at Bayside, Ray serves as president of Thrive Communications Inc. and has authored several books, all of which contain his trademark wit and dynamic style

 

Week 8 | August 5–11

Butterworth, Bill

Bill Butterworth

Morning Speaker

Bill Butterworth is an award-winning speaker and author with nearly 40 titles to his name. Bill’s extraordinary ability to blend humor, storytelling, wisdom and practicality has resonated with a wide range of audiences across the globe. Beyond speaking, Bill has authored over three-dozen books as a writer and a ghostwriter. His latest contribution is a book entitled Everyday Influence. Other authored titles include such classics as Balancing Work and Life, Building Successful Teams, The Short List, and The Promise of the Second Wind. Before his speaking and writing career took shape, Bill taught at the college level for thirteen years and was a counselor for six years.

Swindoll, Chuck

Chuck Swindoll

Pastor of Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco  |  Stonebriar Community Church

Charles R. Swindoll has devoted his life to the accurate, practical teaching and application of God’s Word and His grace. A pastor at heart, Chuck has served as senior pastor to congregations in Texas, Massachusetts, and California. Since 1998, he has served as the founder and senior pastor-teacher of Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas, but Chuck’s listening audience extends far beyond a local church body. As a leading program in Christian broadcasting since 1979, Insight for Living airs in major Christian radio markets around the world, reaching people groups in languages they can understand. Chuck’s extensive writing ministry has also served the body of Christ worldwide and his leadership as president and now chancellor of Dallas Theological Seminary has helped prepare and equip a new generation for ministry.

 

Week 9 | August 12–18

Corey, Barry

Barry Corey

President of Biola University  |  Biola University

As President of Biola University since 2007, Corey is also the vice chair of the board of directors for the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities. He is a member of the Convoy of Hope board of directors. He serves on the executive committee for the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities, the board of reference for the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability and the board of reference for the American Friends of Tyndale House, Cambridge.

Adams, Larry

Larry Adams

Senior Pastor of Golden Hills Community Church  |  Golden Hills Community Church

Larry is the Senior Pastor of Golden Hills Community Church in Brentwood, CA. In 1984 the first Easter service saw 190 people in attendance. Today, Golden Hills is a church of more than 3,500 with multiple services on two campuses involving hundreds more each week with a variety of programs and service opportunities. As is an incredible communicator, it will be a week you wont want to miss.

 

Labor Day Weekend | August 31–September 3

Young, Mark

Mark Young

President of Denver Seminary  |  Denver Seminary

Dr. Mark Young is a theological educator and pastoral leader with over 35 years of global ministry experience. Prior to becoming president of Denver Seminary in 2009, he served as professor of World Missions and Intercultural Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) from 1995-2009. He also held a variety of pastoral roles at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas, from 2000-2009. His life passion is to align all that he is and all that he does with the eternal purpose of God—that all people in all places worship Him alone. Mark has a ThM in New Testament Literature and Exegesis from DTS and a PhD in Educational Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has travelled extensively, both domestically and internationally, as a teacher, consultant and missions leader, and he has written and spoken on issues in theological education and mission for numerous international symposia and conferences.

Schlaepfer, Rene

Rene Schlaepfer

Senior Pastor of Twin Lakes Church in Aptos, California  |  Twin Lakes Church

Rene Schlaepfer is the senior pastor of Twin Lakes Church in Aptos, California is the author of five books: "Jesus Journey"; "God Is"; "Grace Immersion"; "Hope Experience"; and "Thrill Ride: Thriving Through Life's Ups and Downs". He lives in the beautiful beach town of Santa Cruz with his wife Laurie. Born in San Jose, California to Swiss immigrant parents, Rene grew up with dual citizenship and briefly lived in Switzerland before settling on the West Coast. There he worked for many years in broadcasting, primarily as an air personality on contemporary music radio stations. While in broadcasting, Rene earned a BA in Radio/TV/Film from San Jose State and an MA Theology from Western Seminary. Since then, he has served as a pastor in San Diego, South Lake Tahoe, and Santa Cruz. Rene and Laurie have three children they adore: Jonathan, Elisabeth, and David. Beside their love of church ministry, Rene and Laurie also advocate together for their favorite causes: local food banks and an orphanage in India. Rene has been a speaker for JEMS Mount Hermon many times and is popular among the JEMS families.

Family Camp 2018 Pricing

  • To inquire about Camperships, Single Parent or Pastor Discounts please call 1.888.642.2677
  • Deposits are due at the time of registration and are non-refundable, non-transferable.
  • Previous year's balance dues need to be paid in full before registering for Family Camp 2017.
  • To register for a partial week of camp please call reservations one week prior to the start of camp. Partial stays are based on availability. 

Lodge Room Rates

6 Night Room Rate
Master Suite$1230
Deluxe$1075
Standard$885
Economy$530
Per Person Meal & Program
Adult (13+)4–12 yrs0–3 yrs
$460$325No Charge

Cabin Rates

Per Person Meal & Program
Adult (13+)4–12 yrs0–3 yrs
$460$325No Charge
Per Person Program only
Adult (13+)4–12 yrs0–3 yrs
$250$195No Charge

 

Don’t need Mount Hermon housing? Simply call reservations at 888.642.2677 and register over the phone.

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