Cross Point United Methodist Camps
The retreat is located on a wooded peninsula surrounded by the beautiful waters of Lake Texoma. Campers can enjoy paddle boats, canoes and hiking as well as other outdoor activities.
Recreation facilities include basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, swimming, paddle boats, canoes, hiking, fishing, cruises on the lake, low and high elements challenge course and a five-story climbing/ rappelling tower with facilitators.
Oklahoma United Methodist churches are given a financial goal annually to offer this unique ministry to children, youth, adults and families.
Camp and Retreat Ministries provide experiences that shape and expand the Christian commitment of persons of all ages, empowering them to live the truth of the gospel in their daily lives. These ministries create environments that are conducive to listening and responding to God.
Sonshine, entering 1st through 2nd grade | June 23-24, 2018
Early elementary campers enjoy a taste of hiking, swimming, crafts and active learning in small groups under the caring and watchful eye of shepherds and leaders.
All activities and creative worship in this overnight camp are geared for this younger age-level. After this fun camping experience, children will want to return to camp year after year
Growin’ In Grace, entering 3rd – 5th grade | July 13-15
Older elementary campers have the opportunity to experience God’s love in God’s beautiful creation over this three day; two night camp. In addition to hiking, swimming, recreation, and crafts, campers participate in interactive small group learning and creative worship.
During these experiences, campers build relationships with new friends from other churches around the state that continue as they return to camp year after year.
Entering Grade 6 | July 13-15. 2018
This week is an opportunity for campers to experience living in community with others, with God, and in creation so that they begin to see and feel God’s love every day within themselves, their friends, families, and their local churches.
Each site features unique aspects for campers. For instance, Camp Egan features creek walks, a Discovery Center and cookouts.
Trained, experienced leaders facilitate faith development in small groups, in worship, and through fun activities with others. Campers will return home knowing more about who they are as individuals, as members of a community, and in relation to God through Jesus Christ.
Cross Point Youth Camp | June 25th – 29th
Formerly known as “District” Camps, these site-based camps offer the same curriculum and similar program elements to both Junior and/or Senior High students. The unique personality of the particular site and leadership will present a different flavor to each week of camp. The small group experience continues to be the focus of these traditional week-long camps.