Mission Lake Christian Camp depends on the support of area churches to bring the Word to our campers and help them develop and improve their Christian walk. We appreciate all that our churches do!
Information for Supporting Churches
|Supporting Churches||Kitchen Help Schedule||Mowing Schedule||Paper Goods Drive|
Our supporting churches contribute by helping buy supplies, giving supplies, or giving of time and labor to help maintain the camp. If you have any questions about a church please visit their web site, do an Internet search, or send an email to the contact email below.
- Cummings Christian Church
- First Christian Church
- Hiawatha Christian Center
- Highland Christian Church
- Holt Christian Church
- Mayetta Christian Church
- Nortonville-Pleasant Grove Christian Church
- Perry Christian Church
- Rosendale Christian Church
- Rushville Christian Church
- Tonganoxie Christian Church
- Town and Country Christian Church
- Willis Christian Church
2019 Kitchen Help Schedule
|Junior High||June 10||June 11||June 12||June 13|
|Senior High||June 17||June 18||June 19||June 15|
|Junior||June 24||June 25||June 26||June 27|
|Deeper Life||July 8||July 9||July 10||July 11<//td>|
Contact the registrar if you have questions or need to swap dates.
2019 Mowing Schedule
- April 6 – Cummings
- April 27 – Rushville
- May 18 – Nortonville
- June 8 – Hiawatha Christian Center
- June 15 –
- June 22 – K. Spence
- June 29 – Cummings
- July 6 –
- July 27 – Nortonville
- Aug 17 –
- Sept 7 -Rushville
- Sept 28 – Highland / Hiawatha
- Oct 26 –
Contact John Foley via the registrar if you have questions or need to swap dates.
Paper Goods Drive
Each year, Mission Lake Christian Camps asks supporting churches to conduct a paper goods drive to support the camp. In 2019, we suggest:
- May: Paper towels
- June: Toilet Paper/Kleenex
These items should be gathered at each church and transported to camp on a scheduled work day, Spit and Polish Day, or when your campers come to camp. If you have any questions please contact us.
In the past, generous donations saved the camp over $500 each year in its operating budget.