What is happening at Camp Cedarbrook right now?
Because we do not run camp year-round, nothing is happening at Camp Cedarbrook currently. Volunteers who work on projects at camp in the off-season are practicing social distancing and abiding by government guidelines.
Has anything at Camp Cedarbrook been cancelled?
As of the updated date on this page, no Cedarbrook programs have been cancelled.
What are you planning to do?
Right now, we are waiting for any further announcements from local, state, and federal governments. A final decision will likely come before the start of May.
Will there be refunds available?
Our current refund policy is in place: If you decide to cancel your camper’s registration at least four weeks in advance of her session, you will receive a refund of all payments minus the deposit ($110).
If we decide to cancel your camper’s session, you will be notified as soon as possible and we will refund all payments (including deposit).
Can I still apply for a camper scholarship for my camper?
Yes! We want Camp Cedarbrook to be accessible to as many campers as possible, regardless of financial situation. The scholarship form is available in the registration process.
If you are interested in supporting our camper scholarship program, please give here.
March 21, 2020
Praying that you are healthy and safe in these truly unprecedented times. Every hour of every day we are given new information about the novel coronavirus and its impact on the entire globe. And every hour of every day, God is still on His throne.
I’m sure you are inundated with messages from every business, organization, and cause that you’ve ever given your email address to, as this pandemic touches every industry-- we at Camp Cedarbrook are no different.
As I write this email, we are currently planning on running all sessions of summer camp, including parent/daughter and alumni weekends. We are still hiring staff and campers are signing up.
We are monitoring the situation closely and will keep you updated through email, our website, and social media. The safety of our campers, staff and their families are of utmost importance and will not be compromised. If you have a specific question about your camper’s registration, please contact us.
Please consider how you can support us during this time. I realize we are all facing this pandemic and that it is affecting some of us more directly than others. We trust in God and the ministry He has called us to.
Some ways you can help:
1) Pray for Camp Cedarbrook, Christian summer camps, and those most directly affected by the crisis. We have amazing access to the power of the Holy Spirit, how easy it is to forget! Megan, Hannah, and I pray everyday at 9:50am eastern for this virus to stop spreading and for God’s power to be shown through this crisis. Join us from wherever you are.
2) Support us through a monthly donation. This will help us keep our operations going, especially if our summer schedule changes.
3) Promote positive communities from a distance. How blessed we are by the connections we can have through technology! Join our alumni group on Facebook, call a friend from camp, send a prayer text.
We often talk about God’s faithfulness to Camp Cedarbrook throughout the years and this year we claim that promise in a new way. Camp is the opposite of “social distancing” and I pray that we will be able to minister God's love to campers in person this summer!
Amy "Ellie" Culhane