Crossroads to Offer Online Summer Camp

Crossroads Summer Camp, celebrating its 25th season this summer, is offering free online content to churches or homes that want to provide a summer camp experience during the COVID-19 season.

Through a program called Hometowns, director Clayton King stated, “We are committed to provide fun, engaging, and gospel-centered content for your youth group. It may look and feel different than our traditional setting at Anderson University, but we are believing that God will make a way for lives to be forever changed this summer, even in the most unique of circumstances.”

He added that the online summer camp program will provide morning sessions, evening services, workshops, videos, and pre-recorded music. “You can use this any way you want. We can help a church customize their very own week of summer camp.”

The program is scheduled to launch on June 22. For more information, contact and click on the Hometowns tab.

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