Who is the camp session for?
Peach Valley AIM Camp session is for campers, ages 9-15, as well as servant leaders, ages 16-18.
Who hosts the camp?
The camp session is run by a group of Christians, members of the Lord's church, from various congregations. The director of the camp is Jordan Moore, Associate Minister at the Katy Church of Christ.
What is this camp session like?
Peach Valley AIM Camp is a week long session (Sunday-Friday) during the month of July. The purpose of this camp is to teach young people about Jesus and to encourage leadership skills that will help these young people to be leaders among their peers and to be leaders in the church when they grow up.
The servant leader program provides an opportunity for 18 high school aged Christians (16 yr-18yr) to practice leading through service, learning to humble self, put others first, and learn to have a heart for leading like Jesus did.
What does a day at camp look like?
Campers and staff gather for a morning devotional before breakfast each day. Following breakfast, there is a quick cabin cleanup, then Bible classes begin.
There are two morning class sessions- classes are split into age groups and boys and girls are divided.
The second class period is followed by a time of singing and a chapel lesson prior to lunch.
After lunch, boys will have swim time and girls will have crafts/sports. Then girls swim and boys have time for crafts/sports. Mandatory rest before supper.
Following supper is an evening lesson, group activities, daily recap of lessons learned, snack time, and nightly period of singing all together before dismissing to cabins for the night.
Where is Peach Valley Camp?
Peach Valley Christian Camp is located between Shiner and Gonzales off of HWY 90.