JUNE 9th– 15th

Summer Camps at Hume Lake are a life shaping experience,
inspiring the minds of our students for Christ,
leaving them changed and hungry for more.

Clear Gospel Message. Recreation. Activities. Dynamic Worship. Amazing Location.

Pre-Camp Meeting / Health Screens

Pre-Camp Meeting June 2nd, 4pm, Discovery Field

Saturday, June 8 / 10am-12noon / The Bridge Courtyard

*State law requires that your camper complete a mandatory Health Screening. Without this Health Screening, students will not be allowed to attend campThe Bridge offers a complimentary Health-Screen Saturday, June 8th where we will ask a few simple questions to ensure your student shows no sign of illness.
If your child does not receive this complementary Health Screening we offer, you will be charged a $10 fee for a screening to be completed by a Hume staff member. Please do not send a child to the Health Screening with a fever, they will not be allowed to attend camp. If your student is ill, give us a call to let us know. 


WHERE The BCHS Parking Lot
WHEN Sunday, June 9th at 8:00am (buses leave at 8:15am)


WHERE The Bridge Bible Church Parking Lot
WHEN Saturday, June 15th/ 12noon

Please note: We are leaving earlier than Wagon Train (Elementary) kids. Don’t miss the bus!


All prescription medications are given to the nurses at Hume Lake. Campers are notallowed to have any medication in their bags or on their person. The only exceptions are inhalers or epi-pens.

All prescription medications must be entered into the Hume system when filling out the Hume Lake Medical Form online. Medications not listed in the Hume system will notbe allowed at camp.

*Please DO NOT send over-the-counter medications with your camper. Hume has those medications available at camp for each camper.

When you come to the Health Screening on Saturday, June 8th, screeners will take your medication and match it to what was entered online. Please bring all medications, in their original containers, in a one-gallon zip lock bag labeled as follows:

Meadow Ranch
The Bridge Bible Church
June 9th– 15th

If you would like to send letters/packages to your camper, please mail them five days prior to desired delivery date to:

Meadow Ranch June 9th– 15th  – Hume Lake Christian Camp
64144 Hume Lake Rd. Hume, CA 93628

Also, our Counselors give up this entire week to be with your students, some even take the week off work. If you would like to show your appreciation by making a “Care Package” for your student’s Counselor, please bring it to the Health Screening on June 8th.

If, for any reason, you are bringing your camper up late or picking them up early, please notify our Student Ministry Assistant, Denise as soon as possible. It will severely delay our departure or return if we do not know of these special circumstances in advance.

What to Bring

  • Bible
  • notebook
  • pencil/pen
  • flashlight
  • sleeping bag
  • pillow
  • toiletries
  • warm and cool clothes
  • jacket
  • modest one-piece swimsuit (no tankinis)
  • a towel for swimming and showering
  • a water bottle
  • $60 recommended spending money

What NOT to Bring

  • Drugs (unless prescribed by a doctor)
  • alcohol
  • tobacco
  • fireworks
  • firearms
  • electronic devices

(Remember: Girls no bare midriffs or spaghetti straps; guys, no sagging.)


We know camp is expensive and we want to make it as affordable as possible for families who consider it a financial hardship. Let us work with you to make this happen! We have financial assistance available.
The Bridge Bible Church will not pay 100% of any camp registration.
The financial aid program exists to assist in sending students to camp.
The initial camp deposit is required before applying for financial aid.
The amount of money designated to you will be split in half and awarded incrementally based on how many work days you complete. Example: You are awarded $100 in financial aid. If you work one work day, you will only receive $50 towards your camp registration. Two days, $100.
Students are expected to work. This work is typically manual labor around the church campus so please dress accordingly (close-toed shoes, jeans, etc.).
Students are to behave properly while working and respect the work supervisor. Any misbehavior may result in the revoking of financial aid and nullification of previously worked days.
The student receiving financial aid must be present during the entire shift.
Work days are for the student ONLY. No parents, siblings, or friends.
Financial aid is not transferable to another financial aid applicant, including siblings.
While working, students are prohibited from driving any motor vehicle including, but not limited to: golf carts, motorized scooters, or atv’s.
The application to Hume Campership is required to receive financial aid and it is your responsibility to complete. You will receive an email from Hume with directions on how to complete that application.
If approved, The Bridge will support up to 50% of your requested scholarship based on the work days you complete.
Hume does not typically award the full amount requested.
Any remaining balance after the Hume Campership is awarded is your responsibility to pay.