Amor Family Camp offers the traditional Amor Mission Trip experience with the unique opportunity to serve side-by-side with your family. You may choose for you and your house to serve the Lord, but realistically, how many opportunities do we have in society or in the church to serve together as a family?
Amor Family Camp is a week of camping, serving, and growing together. Families from across the United States and Canada meet in San Diego to travel together across the border to serve in Mexico by building homes for families in need. Each home is built by a family mission team made up of approximately 25 individuals.
Be prepared for God to stretch you physically, mentally and spiritually. Don't miss this opportunity to touch the lives of Mexican families through your service, while you impress upon your family the things that matter most to God. You're building more than a shelter - your family is building hope.
The trip cost is per person regardless of age. The minimum suggested age for participation in Family Camp is 3 years old by the date of the trip. If you stay in the San Diego area before the start date of the trip, please make your own hotel arrangements.
|Location||Baja California, Mexico|
|Dates||June 20th-27th, 2015|
|Cost||Adults and youth: $750|
|Children 10 and under: $400|
|Register||Register here for Family Camp 2015|
Almost everything you need! Your food, tents, tools, and transportation while in Mexico are all covered.
The following is a list of things that you and your family will be responsible for. If you have any questions about this list, please contact us!
In 1995, Scott and Gayla Congdon had a shared vision with Dean and Amy Mathis to start a trip focused on families. Family Camp has grown from its early years, with just 53 people cooking for themselves and worshipping under the stars, to 250 campers from all over the United States and Canada living in a “tent city.”
In the years that Family Camp has been in existence, time has shown that families that serve together do grow together. With that in mind, it is suggested that your family attend Family Camp as a family. It is not a problem if you would like to bring a non-family member, but we encourage you to invite their parents to attend as well.