NOTICE: Due to COVID-19 we are temporarily delaying camp registration. Dates to camp may change based on government guidelines. 


As the effects of COVID 19 continue to impact our community, camp FBC is committed now more than ever to create a safe and enjoyable spaces for children in our community. We want to do this in a way that both follows the government guidelines and will be safe for all our campers. This is why after much consideration we have made the following changes to our camps. 

  • Registration will be on hold until we receive more information from the government on guidelines for group activities.
  • Registration will re-open as soon as we receive guidelines from our governing authorities. Stay tuned for details on that date as spots may be limited. 
  • The dates and order of the camps may be moved depending on the restrictions. This will be announced by mid June.
  • If camps cannot be done in person we will be having virtual camps (where possible) that children can participate in.

Despite what is happening around us we are committed to having a safe,  fun camp experience for your children. 


Camp FBC

Part of our community involvement is running summer day camps for children between the ages of Senior Kindergarten to Grade 6. A total of five weeks of summer camps run from July into August.
Themed Camps are $40 and go from Monday to Thursday, 9:00 – 12:00.Bible Camp is $10 and goes from Tuesday – Friday, 9:00-12:00 and for this camp only, children going into JK in September may attend.  Also, during Bible Camp, there will be a separate Junior High Program run by the camp director.
If there are any teens or previous campers who are older then grade 6 and would want to apply to be a Camp Volunteer or apply to be a Camp Counsellor please fill out the application form and we will get back to you!

Registration can be submitted  here

If you have any questions about our FBC Camps please see our question form here.

Components of Camps


We feel it is important that the kids have a fun and memorable experience. We do this by playing games, doing crafts, or just singing silly camps songs.


We feel that developing and learning new skills is an important experience of a growing child. This is why we focus on a teaching a wide variety of skills ranging from sports, to team building, to baking, and most importantly a Bible camp to providing a firm foundation for children as they grow.


Kids benefit from activity if they are able to experience it. Camp FBC knows that no matter what the theme is for the week the children will need time to let off some energy. That is why we take the time each day to play a variety of different camps games. If it is a warm day outside these games may also include water games.


We are committed to providing a safe place for children from all walks of life to come  and enjoy time together. In doing so we also desire to teach what FBC believes as a Church about who God is, who we are, and why that matters. This means that we take a short amount of time each day to teach the children what FBC believes as a Church.

Sponsors of Camp FBC

Thank you to all those who make running Camp FBC a possibility!

  • Optimist Club of New Hamburg
  • Jocelyn Insurance
  • Erb Transports
  • Beaverdale
  • Lions Club of New Hamburg
  • Poll Transport
  • FBC and the wonderful community of New Hamburg

Questions can be submitted  here