Spring Barnabreak 2024

Date March 15-17, 2024
Time Friday Evening to Sunday Morning

Gear up for our Spring Barnabreak adventure from March 15 to 17! Experience a weekend packed with games, a dance party, a talent show, devotionals, worship, and Barnabas-style fun. Barnabreak is a great way to explore Camp Barnabas for the first time.


Registration fills up fast, but don’t be afraid to get on the waitlist. We often have more Missionaries sign up to serve, and are then able to open up more Camper spots! Don’t miss out on an incredible weekend at camp.


Campers

Campers ages 7 and up of all diagnoses are welcome to this incredible camp weekend. If you're a first-time Camper, this is a great way to try out Barnabas! Registration is $195. If you're new to Camp Barnabas and want to see if this is the right fit for you, call Tracy our Camper Registrar at 417-708-5298.


Missionaries

Serve as a Counselor (15-29 years)
Camper buddies (Counselors) are our greatest need for the weekend. These incredible individuals create memories, build relationships, and care for their Camper’s needs. Counselors can receive 25 service hours. Registration is $75.


Serve as a Barnstormer (13-14 years)
Barnstormers have a servant’s heart and a great work ethic. They keep the camp in tip-top shape by serving food and cleaning up. Barnstormers can receive 25 service hours. Registration is $75.


Serve on the Med Team (18+)
Dedicated medical professionals play a critical role in providing a great experience during the weekend to individuals with disabilities and chronic illnesses. We need nurses, a physician, and Well House assistants. Med Team Registration is $25.


Serve as Staff (18+)
Summer Staff are invited to return for this incredible weekend of reconnecting with friends, sharing the gospel, and giving our Campers and Missionaries life-changing, incredible memories. Staff can receive 25 service hours. Registration is FREE for staff.



All Volunteers are required to complete Online Training before serving at Barnabreak. This training is critical to maintaining safety at camp and is a part of our Child Protection Plan at Camp Barnabas.

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