Community is a huge value here at Camp McCullough. We believe that our ministry is built upon the relationships that we have made: whether new or old. Camp McCullough has been a place where many lives have changed, we could not continue to do this work without the relationships we have forged over the years. Again, thank you for all that you have done.


Giving doesn't look the same for everyone. When one gives, they can do so through a multitude of different ways for the glory of the kingdom. Jesus teaches us to give joyfully and without hesitation, whatever that may look like for you and your family. If it is serving one weekend, giving your resources, or spending time in prayer for the lives here at camp: it is deeply appreciated. Below are ways that you can give to Camp McCullough.



The gift of time is so valuable. Volunteering your time can be so impactful to the mission at Camp McCullough, leaving you and our guests touched. There are plenty of ways that you can get involved here at camp. We believe that everyone has a unique gift and placement in their life given to them by God.

We will be posting opportunities for volunteers to come out and serve closer to summer. Please fill out the volunteer form linked below. Thank you for your interest and time, blessings.



For some, the gift of finacial giving can be a beautiful expression of one's faith. Donations can be an incredible way to invest in the future of Camp McCullough for generations to come. We are consistantly thinking of ways to imporve our facility and better accomidate our guests.

We will be posting different projects that we hope to tackle soon. If you would like to be a part in this process, check out some of our future projects linked below. Thank you for your giving, blessings.



Here at Camp McCullough we cherish the prayers of friends. We belive that prayer is a powerful tool that we are given, one to help encourage and build up others. If it has been layed on you heart to be praying for us this season, we are so thankful for your kindness.

Whether it is prayer for our campers, staff, or facilities: we are thankful.