Wapogasset Bible Camp
Students who have completed grades 2 -12 are encouraged to attend camp with Zion each summer. Zion teams up with Lake Wapogassett Lutheran Bible Camp in Amery, Wisconsin, to offer a superb summer camping experience where fun and faith collide while campers encounter God’s word, make friends and create memories to last a lifetime. Zion staff is present the entire camp experience to connect with kids on a regular basis.
You must register through Zion’s specific link to be associated with our congregation and for us to know that you are registered with us.
July 8, 2018
- Camp Wapo
TIM Team: Grade 9-12TIM Team is a leadership development opportunity for current 9th-12th graders, who commit to one year of service as leaders in their home church, working primarily with younger youth. TIM Teamers stay at Ox Lake, as well as experiencing the Low/High Ropes Challenge Course. During the week, much of each day is spent at Wapo, participating as leaders with the younger youth from Zion.
Youth Camp: Grade 4-8Youth Camp is open to current 4th-8th graders. The week is packed with a variety of activities that are meant to impact kids for eternity. Each day includes Bible study, chapel, cabin activities, free time, field games and campfire.
July 11, 2018
Wapo One Day
- Camp Wapo
Kids in grades 1-4 who are new to Wapo can participate in the Wapo One Day experience if they'd like to first learn more about camp before attending an overnight.
July 13, 2018
- Camp Wapo
SEEDS Weekend is open to all current 2nd and 3rd graders. Knowing that this may be some kids’ first camp experience or even their first time away from home, our counselors will spend every moment with these campers. They will provide a safe and caring environment filled with music, Bible study, campfires, crafts, water activities and tons of games.
- Sisters Kaitlyn and Sydney have already been to Camp Wapo twice and have loved it each time. Their mom, Alicia, says they return each time with stories of new friends, amazing counselors, and faith based songs that she hears sung in her car long into the fall. They are both looking forward to being able ... more
- Katrina and Kaylie started attending Zion in 2012 and were baptized at Zion in 2013. Their parents, Jay and Krista, had moved to Buffalo in 2005 and wanted their girls to grow up knowing God. They looked for a family oriented church for their growing family, and Zion fit their needs perfectly. Katrina says the best ... more