For the Family
Disc Golf Tournament, Saturday, July 2, 9:00-11:30am
Calling experienced and first-time frisbee throwers to participate in Beulah’s first ever tournament. A pre-game demonstration will be offered to all newbies. Prize for the winners!
Family Event: The Scavenger Hunt – Tuesday, July 5, 1:30pm
The race is on! Get your team together, solve the riddles and clues, search for items, seek out the correct answers and be the first team back to win. Every team must have at least one child under 12 – beg, borrow, (don’t steal) a child, if necessary, to play! All generations are welcome. First 3 teams back will win one of our grand prizes. Everyone who participates goes home with a treat. Don’t forget to register your team!
Mom & Me – A Bee Party: Wednesday, July 6, 1:30-3:00pm
Come celebrate the majesty of God’s creation and the importance of the Bees in it all. If you have a bee costume wear it. This is an opportunity for Mothers (Grandmothers) and daughters to share a fun experience with hands on craft and food included. This is for all ages. Cost is $5 per project. Space is limited. Registration is needed.
Dad & Me – Candy Dispenser: Wednesday, July 6, 3:30-5:00pm
This is a hands on project together with Dad (Grand Dad) using tools, developing skills. All generations welcome. Cost is $5 project for materials. Space is limited.
Annual Egg Scramble – Thursday, July 7, 1:15 and 4:00pm
Search for eggs hidden in a designated area. Please note the separate hunt time by age on schedule. No registration required.
Design a Pillowcase – Thursday, July 7, 2:00-3:30pm
Draw or trace a picture onto a pillowcase, colour with crayon and we’ll take care of setting the colour. Take home your Beulah 2022 Family camp pillowcase and enjoy the memories. Recommended for ages for this activity is 4 and up. Parent supervision is required for children under 8. Cost is $4 per person. Supplies are limited, be sure to register.
Grandpa/Grandma & Me – Friday, July 8, 2:00pm
The tradition of Beulah Camp is awesome. Whether this is the first time or your family has been coming since the beginning, it is a time of shared memories especially with Grand Kids. Here is an opportunity to make a family keepsake. The materials and instructions will be provided to create a Family Celebration Calendar. Cost of project is $5 per project. Registration is required.
For Kids and Teens
Super Saturday for Teens – Saturday, July 2
There are four exciting and fun youth events happing on Super Saturday. Tug of War (10:00-10:30am), Bubble Soccer (1:30-3:00pm), Ultimate Frisbee (3:30-4:30pm) and a Bonfire (After Service). Be sure not to miss these fun events!
Tubing – Saturday/Sunday/Monday/Wednesday/Friday/Saturday, 2:00-4:00pm
Experience a thrilling ride on the mighty Saint John River. Rides are offered on a first-come, first-served basis, so don’t delay! Life jackets provided. Pending availability.
Jr. VBS: Way Out West – Monday-Friday, 10:15am to Noon
Calling all deputies! Saddle up with the Sheriff and head way out west to Tumbleweed Canyon as we look at the life of Moses. The townspeople need our help from Billy the Bandit’s schemes! We will see how God loves us and has a plan for us while we play games, make crafts, snack on the trail, sing around the campfire, and more! Yeehaw! Giddy-up, let’s go!
VBS: Big Fish Bay – Monday-Friday, 10:15am to Noon
A-hoy! Grab your life jacket and get ready to sail! Meet us down at Big Fish Bay where we will explore the bay, fish off the pier, and venture out to sea! We will embark on a journey into the life of Jonah. We will encounter God’s mercy and see how His compassionate heart was expressed to us. We will see God’s mercy, share God’s mercy ~ you will be “hooked” on His mercy! See you at the Bay!
Youth Track – Monday-Friday, 10:30am
The 2022 youth track has been revamped! We’re looking forward to a different look with a lot of our favorite elements from past years. We will have engaging worship and bible study time in our morning services lead by Kingwood University. There will be action packed games in some of our afternoons and evenings, as well as deep connection times where teens can hang out, connect with leaders and have important conversations about the things that matter most. Hope to see you there!
Walking the Loop – Monday-Friday, 7:00am
Start the day off right with a little exercise and a lot of fun walking the Beulah Loop. Gather at the Heritage Hall veranda for a 7:00am departure if you wish to walk with others.
Ladies Event: Painting with Amanda – Tuesday, July 5, 1:30 -4:30pm
Amanda Forgrave from Your Design in back again this year to offer her wildly popular paint event. Amanda will lead you in a 3 hour painting tutorial aimed at beginners. Walk away with a complete 16”x20” work of art. Cost is $30 and includes all materials. Space is limited to 35 participants and registration is required.
Photo Tweaking with Brian – Mon., Wed., Fri., July 4, 6 & 8, 8:00-9:00am
Need some help taking your pictures to the next level? Sign up for a 30 minute photo consult one on one with Brian McMillan for advice tailor-made for your photo needs. No back to back sessions, but sign up later in the week to review what you are working on if you wish, and let your pictures tell a story that a thousand words couldn’t do as effectively! Registration is required.
Great “Golf Cart” Scavenger Hunt – Tuesday, July 5, 4:00pm
The race is on! Grab a team, jump on your golf cart and get ready to scour the campground to answer the question. Be one of the first teams back having completed. NB rules of the road apply for golf cart use.
Mixed Golfing – Tuesday, July 5, 1:00pm
The Beulah Open Golf Event is back again for another fun-filled, relaxing, and team-building tournament at the Welsford Golf Club. Tee times will run from 1:00pm-2:30pm with a pre-game BBQ starting at 12:15pm. Lots of friendly competition and prizes await! Cost is $30 per person green fee. Golf carts are not included and must be reserved ahead of time. Format is 2-man scramble, playing the best of each shot from your team. Registration is required.
Morning Prayer Gathering – Daily, 7:00am
Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. – Philippians 4:6 Come and join us for corporate and personal prayer time in the Tabernacle each morning.
GP/WWF Alumni Event – Sunday, July 3, 3:00pm
All missionaries are invited to a time of fellowship in the Dining Hall as we hear from past, present, and future missionaries. Dessert, coffee, and tea will be served.
Children’s Ministry Huddle – Tuesday, July 5, 1:00–3:00pm
Join us in the Upper Room for encouragement and connection with other Children’s Ministry leaders. We’ll have a free resource table, so please bring any resources you’d like to pass on.
Pastoral Workshop for Post-Pandemic Ministry – Wed, July 6 & Fri, July 8, 1:30pm
This 90-minute dialog will be moderated by Dr. Steve DeNeff in the Upper Room. While the primary focus will be for Pastors, Lay Leaders are also welcome. Steve will guide a collaborative conversation about post-pandemic trends and observations for local church ministry with a focus on what dynamics may need to change or stay the same in our “score card” for mission.
Men with a Mission Breakfast – Saturday, July 9, 7:15am
Enjoy a great time of fellowship over a delicious breakfast topped with Dean’s private stock. See and hear what God is doing through this life-changing ministry. Mike Rogers will be speaking. Transportation to the Island leaves the landing at 7:15 and 7:30 am. Don’t be late!
Fireworks at the Beach – Saturday, July 2, 10:00pm
Come one, come all! View a spectacular fireworks display off the barge. You’ll be wowed at Brian’s finale!! Rain date is Saturday, July 9.
Movie Night: Pilgrim’s Progress – Friday, July 8, 9:15pm
Based on John Bunyan’s masterpiece, The Pilgrim’s Progress is one of the most popular books of all time and one of the most important stories of our faith.
This powerful allegory helps to understand that the spiritual journey is the most important journey in life. This animated feature is 115 minutes and rated PG.
Evening on the Boulevard – Wednesday, July 6, 7:30pm
The heart of the campground comes alive with the smells of tasty treats and the sound of laughter and conversation. Join in the fun during Evening-on-the-Boulevard where concession stands will be serving food and treats. Concessions will open AFTER the Benediction of the one-hour 6:30 pm Service.
Kings Gate Trail – Everyday
Looking for a spot to take a moment for yourself? Stroll through the Kings Gate Trail. Take a moment to reminisce at the Memory Garden, imagine yourself walking the streets of the Rock Village or have a game of Tic Tac Toe, or look for hidden rocks to rehide or bring your own painted rock to add to the fun. Entrances from Orchard Drive, Emmaus Road or Beulah Road.
Heritage Walking Tour – Wednesday, July 6, 3:00pm
Take a tour around the grounds and learn some of the fascinating history of Beulah Camp. Hear the stories of the founding families, learn of the events of days gone by, and see the buildings and places that Beulah Camp is built upon. Bring your curiosity and questions for this memorable hour.
Kingswood University Alumni Social – Thursday, July 7, After Evening Service
Kingswood University would like to invite all alumni to their annual reception at the picnic area in front of the Tabernacle following the Thursday evening service. Come for your free gift, updates from Kingswood, and a piece of Greg Mann’s signature Strawberry Cake.
Caton’s Island Open House – Saturday, July 9, 1:00-4:00pm
Come and experience all that Caton’s Island has to offer. With swimming, water trampoline, climbing wall, ropes course, zip-lining, and a whole island to explore, the afternoon will fly by. Meet at the Caton’s Island Landing for your trip across the river. Open to all ages.