July 27-31

Speakers include:
Scott Pauley
Tom Odom
Mark Fowler


$250/High Adventure

$170/Junior Camp

$170/Regular Teen Camp


Mt. Moriah Christian Camp

Located in Knoxville, TN

How should my child dress for camp?

Girls – Loose fitting, knee-length, athletic wear or culottes for recreation, no sun dresses, no sleeveless shirts, no tank tops and no tight-fitting shirts; no pants; knee-length skirt or dress are appropriate for evening services. A modest one-piece bathing suit, along with a dark t-shirt and loose fitting, knee-length, athletic wear or culottes are required for the pool and waterslide.

Boys – Long athletic pants and t-shirt for recreation; long athletic shorts may be worn on athletic fields; no tank tops. Long pants and a collared shirt are appropriate for evening services. Knee-length swim trunks and dark t-shirt are required for the pool and and water slide.

Note for Wednesday evening service: No jeans or tennis shoes will be worn. Girls will wear a knee-length dress, or a skirt and nice shirt. Boys will wear long pants and a collared shirt.

What should my child bring to camp?

They should be sure to bring their Bible, a notebook and pen; a pillow and sleeping bag/bedroll; towels and washcloths; soap, shampoo, a toothpaste, toothbrush, and other toiletries; a flashlight; spending money; several changes of clothes; a swimsuit, a beach towel; and an extra pair of tennis shoes.

Are there things they should not bring with them?

They should leave at home any type of electronic devices – including cell phones, beepers, CD, DVD, MP3, or other music/media players, computers, PDAs, radios, TVs, laser pointers, and video games; clothing with inappropriate graphics or lettering; magazines; knives, fireworks, or weapons of any kind.