Agapé † Kure Beach Ministries' goal is to keep your youth group strong and growing by laying a foundation for its future members - the 3rd thru 5th graders at your church!
Often when children are old enough to attend a traditional youth group, they have already committed to other activities . . . leaving your church with only one half, one third, or even one quarter of the church's children attending regularly.
Bring your elementary age kids to Camp Agapé for BYG, a fun community building camp experience. Because most BYG weekends are made up of groups from several churches, your group will have fun interacting with others during different camp activities like, canoeing, crafts, hiking, etc.
Let us help you grow the bonds with the 6th - 8th graders in your group even BYG-er as you play in the woods of Agapé middle-school style!
Experience all the fun of a BYG event and more! Groups may take longer hikes, camp at the Outpost, and try out the low-ropes course.
Would you like the opportunity to get to know your high school youth group kids a little better?
Agapé Kure Beach Ministries is proud to offer BYG-est, the high school version of our growing Building Youth Groups program. Bring your youth group to our Kure Beach facility and participate in games, team building activities, devotions, bible studies, discussions, and lots of beach fun. Our quality counselors will be in charge of the group, so you can enjoy getting to know
While you are here, you and your campers will have:
Caring college age counselors who will work with group leaders and campers to facilitate relationship building experiences.
Time set aside for group leaders to be with their individual groups to plan, reflect, or simply be together.
A flexible schedule that allows us to modify activities as needed.
Dates for 2020 will be posted soon.
Cost for a weekend event is $145.00 per camper.
Price includes housing, program staff, and meals from Saturday breakfast through Sunday lunch. One leader attends free for every 7 youth.
Help us bring 100 kids in need to a week of faith-based residential camp.
Through the “Reach 100” challenge, A†KB hopes to assist campers in financial need as well as provide each child with a positive and lasting impression of their value as a child of God.