Bible teachers are needed for two
45-minute class sessions per day, from Mon-Fri of their selected
week. The teaching curriculum will be provided in advance before
you arrive for your week of camp. Bible teachers will serve
under the guidance of the Service Chief.
Kitchen assistants are needed
from 4pm Sunday to 9am Saturday of their
selected week. They will help cook and serve meals for the
entire camp. Kitchen assistants will serve under the guidance of
the Kitchen Chief.
Air-conditioned quarters are
available for our volunteers and we encourage you to stay with
us for the week.
Camp WAMAVA’s primary mission is
spiritual. It exists to provide camping in a Christian
environment and to glorify God. Emphasis is also placed on
the physical and emotional growth of the young people who
attend the camp.
A look at an average day's activities
serves to illustrate the balance that is sought to put the
camping experience in the proper perspective. Spiritual
aspects of Camp WAMAVA are emphasized daily through Bible
classes and devotionals.
Physical and emotional growth
receives proper emphasis during periods of organized
recreation and free time.
Recreational activities include
large and small group games, supervised swimming, hiking and
crafts. And to complete their physical growth needs, campers
enjoy three meals during the day and have snacks at