Give your teens the gift of faith
Over 500 Young Catholics from 30 parishes will travel to Life Teen Camp Tepeyac for an unforgettable week this summer. The good news is that there’s a few spots left. Will you join us?
- What should I expect at camp?
- Who will lead our week of camp?
- Where is Camp Tepeyac and what is it like to stay there?
- When are there opening for my parish?
- How can I get more info? How can I register?
What should I expect at camp?
- Daily Mass
- Great music
- Inspiring, challenging talks
- Faith discussions in your Parish Pow-wow
- Eucharistic Adoration
- High and Low Ropes Course
- 50 ft. Tango Climbing Tower with two rock walls, a zip line, and four other vertical challenges
- Lighted sports court for basketball and sand volleyball court
- Hiking and biking trails
Who will lead our week of camp?
For over 10 years, Life Teen’s national staff has brought together remarkable teams to lead camps. We recruit and trains top Catholic college students to become the summer missionaries lead skits, logistics, and activities. Next, we invite the best and brightest Catholic speakers and musicians to work together as the host team for individual weeks.
Together, our national staff, summer missionaries, and host team work hard so that youth ministers and your parish chaperones can spend quality time with your teenagers. We have a range of activities and prayer experiences that are designed specifically to help you to connect with your parish group.
Where is Camp Tepeyac and what is it like to stay there?
Camp Tepeyac is a 60 acre camp high in the mountains of historic Prescott, Arizona. Summers at 6700 feet are warm and sunny. Because Tepeyac is surrounded by the expansive Prescott National Forest, the camp is undisturbed by the commotion of ordinary life. It feels good to be away from the busyness of home and with other groups of Catholic teens.
Where will we stay?
There are sixteen elevated cabins at the camp split between a girls and boys side of the camp. Each cabins sleep twelve people with six bunks and are 400 SF in size. The cabins have new wood floors and covered porches. Each cabin has electricity, heating, and ceiling fans, but no plumbing.
The north side of the camp with the dining hall has a bath house for both men and women. On the other side of camp, the South Lodge has built in bathrooms and showers for both men and women.
Priests stay in a comfortable 2-level cabin at the camp.
When are there opening for my parish?
As of April 18, 2012
Week 10 (Edge): July 9 – 14 **Less than 30 spots remaining*
Week 11 (Life Teen): July 15 – 20 **Less than 10 spots remaining**
Week 12 (Life Teen): July 23 – 28 **Less than 25 spots remaining**
Week 13 (Edge): July 30 – August 4 **OPEN**
How can I get more info? How can I register?
For answers to your questions about what to expect at Camp Tepeyac, contact Jordan Raus at 404.343.4668, or email her at email@example.com
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