It may have been the last full day for the first Edge week at Camp Tepeyac but it didn’t hold back on the fun and the prayers. Campers started off the day with mass. After some free time, they split into groups to tackle the obstacle course which spanned camp. Victory celebrations led into host Brian Kelsch talking about victories over obstacles. Musician Grae McCullough led praise and worship while the teens had a chance to go to the summer staffers and chaperones to be prayed over. It was a night truly blessed by the Holy Spirit.
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Day four at Camp Tepeyac gave the campers lots of opportunities to work together and conquer their fears. Guys and girls split up again to use teamwork on the low ropes course and to climb the Tango Tour and take on the zip line. The boys stayed with their brothers and the girls stayed with their sisters to enjoy fellowship in mass and in session. The night ended with a powerful Adoration session, led by Grae McCullough. Brian Kelsch was the host.
Day three of the Edge week at Camp Tepeyac was filled with lots of fun outside! The guys and girls split up to tackle the high ropes course and play paintball. Afterwards, host Brian Kelsch spoke and musician Grae McCullough gave a witness. Campers celebrated mass outside at night and processed, following the monstrance to the South Lodge.
The campers played hard and prayed hard on day two of Camp Tepeyac’s first Edge week! The morning started out with a bible study led by host Brian Kelsch, followed by organized free time. Next up were the weekly messy games, with plenty of paint and water flying around. Worship leader Grae McCullough led music for mass at the outdoor amphitheatre before dinner and a beautiful reconciliation service. Afterwards, we celebrated God’s mercy with a bonfire!
Summer staffers at Tepeyac were excited to welcome their first campers for the summer. The first half day started with games, dancing, and praise and worship before diving into the Lectio Divina, led by host Brian Kelsch and worship leader Grae McCullough. The night culminated in an X-treme game of “Survive Tepeyac!” and a glowstick-filled dance party. It was a great start to what promises to be great week!