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Saddle up for Sugar Pine's Family Camp this year! We're going to rope in the rich "REWARD" that Christ has for us as we boldly follow him! (Hebrews 10:35-36). You'll be shouting "Yee-Haw" at all the fun activities and exciting chapel times ahead. Join in on a good ole' fashioned Chili-Cook Off and see how ya'll can matchup to our head cook. You won't wanna miss out so Get-Along-Little-Doggies and register today!


Meet our Family Camp Speaker, Justin Pritchard:

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Justin combines passion and humor to communicate the truth of the Bible and the hope of the Gospel. He has served as a Youth, Young Adult and Discipleship Pastor, Church Planter, and most importantly as a husband and father for almost 19 years. He has three boys and a daughter and is striving to be a dad who depends on and points himself and his family toward Jesus. Justin hails from the Foothill Region of the Sierras (okay, it’s really just north of Sacramento). He loves the outdoors, has vastly under-utilized and under-appreciated survival skills thanks to being a US Army veteran... and he can totally solve a Rubik’s Cube.

Meet our Family Camp Worship Leader, Bill Samuelson:

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Bill Samuelson - Guitar, Vocals

Jolinda Thomas - Vocals

Natalie Samuelson - Bass

Peter Estes - Violin, Electric Guitar
Zena Samuelson - Drums

Claire Samuelson - Sound/AV

Salem Samuelson - Harp

What to Bring to Family Camp:

  • Casual Clothes (Evenings are cool; a light jacket may be needed).
  • Bedding: Sleeping bags and pillows (Cedar Lodge has been recently remodeled with full size beds added to most rooms. Contact us for bedding sizes).
  • Towels.
  • Personal toiletries.
  • Bible.
  • Pens/Pencils and Notepads.
  • Helmets! Camper must wear a helmet while riding a bike, skateboard, scooter or any other “vehicle/moving object.”         Sugar Pine does not rent bikes and helmets.
  • Games and Lawn chairs are always a plus.
  • Optional: Bring a crock pot full of chili for our Chili Cook-Off