The Workcamp Ministry of the Church of the Brethren reports that several of this summer’s workcamps still have openings, but registration must be received by April 1. That date also is the deadline for full payment by those who already have registered, and for all forms to be received by the Workcamp Office.
The following workcamps still have openings for participants:
Junior high events:
June 9-13 in Rodney, Mich., at Camp Brethren Heights
June 17-21 in Harrisonburg, Va., hosted by New Community Project
July 17-21 in Roanoke, Va.
Senior high events:
June 8-14 in New Meadows, Idaho, at Camp Wilbur Stover
June 16-22 in Miami, Fla.
June 23-29 in Lybrook, N.M.
July 22-28 in Waco, Texas, at the Family Abuse Center
July 29-Aug. 4 in Portland, Ore.
Aug. 4-10 in Cañon City, Colo., sponsored by the Brethren Revival Fellowship (BRF)
Aug. 5-11 in Washington, D.C., with the Office of Peacebuilding and Policy
Young adult events:
May 31-June 10 in China partnering with You’ai Care and You’ai Hospital, organizations inspired by the former Church of the Brethren mission that began in China in 1910
June 10-13 in Elgin, Ill., for those assisting with the We Are Able workcamp
We Are Able event for intellectually disabled youth and young adults:
June 10-13 in Elgin, Ill., working with Fox River Valley of Northern Illinois
The following workcamps are filled and registrations are no longer accepted: junior high events in South Bend, Ind., Petersburg, Pa., Harrisburg, Pa.; senior high events in Knoxville, Tenn., Boston, Mass., Perryville, Ark.
For more information and to register for a workcamp this summer go to www.brethren.org/workcamps .