Summer camps, internships, and events are on the horizon!

We’ll list opportunities for all ages and intergenerational groups. If you’ve got an opportunity to share, let us know by emailing us here.

Find additional resources and ideas for Camps, Retreats, Summer & VBS in our lib guide here.



Camp Noah is a day camp program for elementary-aged children (grades K-5) that takes place in communities impacted by disasters. The camp works across the United States to help children build resiliency and move forward following disaster or trauma. The camp is currently seeking individuals, church groups, families, businesses, service groups, etc. to make and donate fleece blankets. Each camper receives their own tied fleece blanket, which provides comfort as children process their disaster experience and serves as a lasting reminder of their Camp Noah experience.

Find blanket-making instructions here.

Learn more here.



Are you exhausted? Overwhelmed? The Time Boss retreat, created by Rev. Nicole Havelka, certified yoga instructor, is designed for those who want a different relationship with their time and their calendars. During eight coaching sessions that meet via Zoom, you will learn to set priorities, reduce distractions, learn to say no, how to block time, and most importantly, learn how to make time for YOU to truly rest.

The first 10 people who register before midnight PT May 17 can use code SUMMER23 to access the retreat for $199 ($200 off! – less than $25/coaching session!!)

Learn more and register here.

June 8-July 27, 2023; Thursdays




Wild Goose is a transformational community grounded in faith-inspired social justice – yet it’s hard to sum it up in just a few words, like: it’s a 4-day Spirit, Justice, Music and Arts Festival. But it’s so much more than that.

It’s a place where all kinds of people come together.

It’s transformational, experiential; it’s a sing and dance and play and talk and listen gathering about beauty, grace, and unpredictability – where all are welcome, meaning ALL.

Watch an introductory video here.

Learn more and register here.

July 13-16, 2023 – Union Grove, NC



The story of God’s love is never-ending. When people encounter God, they are changed. They do not remain the people they once were. That change is constant, because we are in constant relationship with God. Come and hear the never-ending story of God’s love for this world and create the never-ending story of your life.

Campers will experience large and small group conversation, personal quiet time as well as campfires, crafts, swimming, games, and summer camp fun in the beauty of God’s creation!

The Naming Project Summer Camp is for 13-18 year-olds (completed 7th-12th grades) who are of any sexual orientation or gender identity or expression who are interested in discussing and understanding sexuality and gender in terms of their own spiritual journey and are excited to spend time with other teen campers an staff while canoeing, swimming, hiking, singing, doing arts and crafts.

Learn more here. Register here.

Bay Lake Camp, Deerwood, MN

July 23-28, 2023



A program designed to know, discuss, and reflect on the faith within our communities and outside of them, generating a dialogue of union and respect from different religions.


  • Enrollment, didactic materials and homestay with a host family for 14 nights
  • Two-week course from Monday to Friday, starting at 9:00 AM and finishing at 2:00 PM
  • Cultural afternoon activities: Conversations with organizations or people that participate in social movements, museum tours and church visits
  • 2 field trips in Morelos

Cost: $1,510 USD (out-of-state field trips can be organized at an additional cost)

Note: All program activities are in Spanish with simultaneous English translation when necessary.

Direct questions to:

Learn more and register here.

August 6-18, 2023 – Cuernavaca, Mexico