A week at summer camp is an experience like no other. Thousands of adults look back on the formative years of their childhood and identify summer camp as one of the most integral experiences that helped make them who they are today. Countless successful CEO’s, actors and actresses, musicians, politicians, religious leaders, and the like attended camp as a child. Summer camp always has and continues to be a place where kids and youth can grow and learn in a cooperative environment set apart from the pace of the “real world”. At Camp Wyoming, our programs afford all participants a chance to learn more about who they are and who they want to become as they grow in their faith in Jesus Christ.
We invite you to send your child, grandchild, niece, nephew, friend, or neighbor to camp at Camp Wyoming this year, and let them have their own adventure that will become a formative faith experience for their entire life.
At Camp You Will
Be in a safe, nurturing place to overcome challenges and to experience new things
Gain a sense of independence and self-worth
Explore faith forming topics and Bible studies that strengthen and deepen participants’ relationship with God
Participate in a small group that provides meaningful, individual attention for each participant
Learn team values and recapture a sense of imagination and adventure in a wide variety of dynamic, age-appropriate activities
Experience a variety of worship settings and practices that allow participants to encounter Christ on a daily basis
Reconnect with the natural world of God’s creation in an environment free from cell phones, laptops, televisions, and video games
Move, explore, and engage in a physically active way that isn’t always possible at home or at school
Discover how to live and be in the outdoors through cookouts, overnight camping trips, and nature programs
See how faith can be lived and applied throughout the day at camp, and learn practical ways to demonstrate and live out faith even after the week at camp has ended
Summer Staff: Where Are They Now?
Megan (Quigley) Eubank began attending camp as a Pioneer camper. In high school she started volunteering and was an LIT in 1996. Megan served on staff for six summers from 1997-2002. Megan was a cabin counselor, taught drama, led canoeing, was a lifeguard, and was the Assistant Program Director. One of Megan’s most impactful moments at camp was learning of God’s unmerited favor of grace through his Son, Jesus Christ. Learning of God’s grace and love changed Megan’s life. When she shares her faith journey, Megan always includes Camp Wyoming and the people there as being formative to her faith.
Since her time on staff, Megan has earned her Masters of Arts in Education and taught at the elementary and early childhood level. Megan and her husband Bret live in Kansas City, Missouri where they are raising their four sons: Brennan, Blaise, Micah, & Emmanuel (Manny).