A PLACE FOR YOUNG CAMPERS
Nearly 40% of American Christians meet Jesus before age 13.* Children are especially receptive to the gospel message. At Covenant Harbor, we experience this in our youngest summer campers. They are eager and ripe to learn about Jesus!
The special, set-apart place on our grounds for these campers is the Kishwauketoe Village, or “Kish” for short. Here, we introduce children to Jesus, nurture young faith and teach the truths of the Bible. In this small village tucked in the woods, God writes his story on young hearts. Kish is an inspiring place!
With its unique setting, Kish allows us to care for young campers safely and in community. Quality staff and age-appropriate programs communicate God’s love for each child. Kish is a formational place that has served our campers well through the years.
Today, child protection guidelines and program changes reflect the realities and needs of a new generation of children and parents. In this new day, it is time to recreate and enhance Kish. The Village is not moving, and our summer ministry there is not changing. Where campers live, play and worship is!