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July 8-12, 2024 • GENERATE Camp • Estes Park, CO

Get ready for PEPC Students Summer Camp 2024!

We are heading to Estes Park, CO on July 8, 2024, for a week-long camp experience with over a thousand other students from all around the country at a camp called GENERATE. This camp is strategic and intentional to create experiences where the name of Jesus is lifted up, where the Gospel is proclaimed through the preaching and studying of the Word, and where not only are students encouraged to take the next step in their faith journey, but the challenge and opportunity to be a person of global impact is clear. Not only are there plenty of faith-growing opportunities, but the FUN is endless!


  • WHEN | July 8-12, 2024 (Monday 11:00am – Friday 3:00pm)
  • WHERE | Estes Park, CO at YMCA camp
  • WHO | All current 6th-12th grade students and incoming 5th-grade students
  • COST | $350 through April 30, $400 starting May 1 (Don’t miss out on early bird pricing!)

We believe that every student, regardless of financial circumstances, should have an opportunity to join us for camp. If you, or someone you know, need financial assistance, don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our student ministry team members for more information at [email protected].




Please reference the following dates for refund information.

  • Cancelations after registration will result in a loss of $100 of total payment.
  • Due to our payment obligations, no refunds will be given within two weeks of camp.

Sorry for any inconvenience this might cause you. There are some instances that a refund may be possible, but not guaranteed. Please email [email protected] if you have any questions.



  • Monday, July 8 at 10:30am (Buses leave promptly at 11:00am)
  • Meet at PEPC (9030 Miller Road, Parker, CO 80138)
    • Please come into the building with your student(s) to complete the check-in process.


  • Sunday, July 12 at 3:00pm (estimated time)
  • Pick up at PEPC (9030 Miller Road, Parker, CO 80138)
    • Please be on time to retrieve your students :). If the buses are running early or late for any reason, we will notify you through our parent texting group on Remind.


Please try to limit your student’s packing to one bag/suitcase and a backpack/carry-on bag. Remember, we will be gone for five days. Your student should be able to carry all of their belongings by themselves to their cabin in one trip.


  • Tennis shoes (or good closed-toe shoes)
  • A dark-colored shirt for a water day at camp
  • Bedtime clothing
  • Daytime clothing (pants, shorts, shirts, socks)
  • Undergarments
  • Swimsuit
  • Swim towel
  • Shower towel
  • Toiletries
  • Soap
  • Hair products
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Deodorant
  • Sunscreen
  • Feminine products (if applicable)
  • *Camp clothing guidelines are as follows (these are determined by the camp)
    • No bikini swimsuits for girls (a shirt over a bikini is acceptable)
    • No cutoff shirts, spaghetti straps, halter or tube top shirts
    • Shirts cannot expose the midriff


  • ALL BEDDING (Pillow, blankets, sheets for twin bed OR a sleeping bag)
  • Bible
  • Pen
  • Trash bag for dirty clothes
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Flashlight
  • Favorite snack(s) while at camp
  • Money for camp snacks and souvenirs (optional)
  • Since your student may not have a cell phone, an electronic, waterproof watch is very helpful for knowing time
  • *Medication

*All medication will be collected and held by our student staff during the check-in process and distributed according to medication instructions for middle school students (required) and for high school students (if desired).

These items are not allowed at Summer Camp

  • Electronics beyond medically necessary items (MP3 players, iPods, portable gaming systems, iPads, computers), cell phones are allowed but not recommended. We HIGHLY encourage students to fully unplug and focus on their friendships and the camp experience.
  • Prank items (water balloons, silly string, etc.)
  • Knives
  • Matches/lighters
  • Drugs, Alcohol, Vapes, JUULs
  • Anything you would be sad to lose or have broken
  • Bad attitudes


  1. If a student is found in the room/dorm of the opposite sex, this will result in immediate expulsion from Summer Camp.
  2. If a student is found with any illegal drugs (including marijuana), drug paraphernalia, alcohol, tobacco, vaporizers, juuls, weapons, or any other inappropriate material, this will result in immediate expulsion from Summer Camp.
  3. If a student leaves the campground, this will result in immediate expulsion from Summer Camp.
  4. We ask that all students respect the adult leaders and staff who are in charge. We have a lot of leaders who are giving their time and we ask that they be respected for doing so.
  5. Fines will be given for any property damage and are the family’s responsibility.
  6. Lights out means all students are in assigned cabins and going to bed.


All times are subject to change.

    • 10:30 AM Check-in begins at PEPC in the student center
    • 11:00 AM Depart PEPC for Estes Park
    • 1:00 – 3:00 PM Registration & Check-In at camp
    • 4:00 PM Village Leadership Meeting
    • 4:45 – 6:00 PM Dinner
    • 6:00 PM Village Meeting
    • 6:30 PM Youth Minister’s Meeting
    • 7:45 PM Worship
    • 9:30 PM Church Group Time
    • 11:30 PM Lights Out (11:30 PM – 8:00 AM Quiet Hours)
    • (Day 3 Only: 6:30 AM – 7:15 AM GENERATE 5K – at announced location – OPTIONAL)
    • (Day 4 Only: 6:45 AM First Light – at announced location – OPTIONAL)
    • 6:45 – 8:00 AM Breakfast
    • 8:15 – 8:45 AM Daily Devotion in Church Group
    • 8:15 AM Village Leadership Meeting
    • 9:00 – 10:00 AM Kickstart
    • 10:15 AM Recreation -OR- Bible Study w/ Village
    • 11:30 AM Bible Study dismissal to lunch
    • 12:00 PM Recreation dismissal to lunch
    • 1:15 PM Recreation -OR- Bible Study w/ Village
    • 3:00 PM Open/Free Time (Options announced at Kick Start)
    • 4:45 – 6:00 PM Dinner
    • 6:00 PM Youth Minister’s Meeting
    • 6:00-6:45 PM Prayer Gatherings
    • 7:00 PM Worship (Night 4 Only – Final Worship Celebration – 7:00PM-9:30PM)
    • 9:00 PM Church Group Time (9:30PM on Night 4)
    • 10:30 PM One More Thing (Nights 2 & 3 Only)
    • 11:30 PM Lights out (11:30 PM – 8:00 AM Quiet Hours)
    • 6:45 – 8:00 AM Breakfast
    • 8:00 AM Check-out
    • 8:15 AM Daily Devotion in Church Group Location
    • 9:00 AM Dismiss
    • 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM PEPC Activity in Estes Park
    • 3:00 PM Arrive back at PEPC


On Friday, July 12 we will have two options for students to participate in before we come back home. These options are 100% optional but if your student wants to participate, these activities will cost additional money.

The two options are as follows:

  • Horseback Riding at Sombrero Ranch in Estes (pricing details are still in the works but the expected cost will be between $50-$100 per student.
  • Water Activities at Lake Estes Marina Activity options range from paddleboarding to kayaking or just hanging out at the lake
    • The cost for the water activities is between $20-$30.
  • If you do not want your student(s) to participate in either of these activities (for financial or personal reasons), they can hang out at the lake with our group where there is a snack shop and other lake activities that don’t cost money.

Payment for these activities will come at a later date when reservations for these activities are fully secured.

Questions? Please reach out to us at [email protected].