Church and school programs
Camp Phillip--Confirmation retreat at low ropes course Confirmation class retreats
During this weekend retreat our goal is to build Christian unity among members of a confirmation class while helping them to experience fellowship and encouragement with youth from other WELS congregations. This is a great opportunity for young people to look at the important promise they make at their confirmation. Congregations are asked to provide the chaperones for their young people.
Camp Phillip--Congregational day camp Congregational day camps
From the opening to the closing program, we will bring all the fun of summer camp to your church and provide a rich setting in which important lessons about God can be communicated to children in grades K-6! Two college-age staff and two-three junior staff (trained high school volunteers) together with a group of church volunteers will present one main idea a day in different activity areas, such as adventure, brain drain, crafts, games, snacks and storytime. Volunteers will work either in the activity areas where they possess particular passion and gifts or as counselors to lead their "cabin" from one area to another.
Camp Phillip--Educatioal field trip Educational field trips
Students spend an overnight trip or a day trip along with their teacher and adult chaperones. They can participate in a variety of programs led by camp staff including ropes course, nature/science activities, Bible study, games, campfire and more. Our unique outdoor setting creates an environment conducive to intense learning experiences.
Camp Phillip--Jesus Cares camp Jesus Cares camp
(4 day WELS Northern and Southeastern Wisconsin district camp)
Camp Phillip staff work together with Jesus Cares coordinators in the WELS Northern and Southeastern Wisconsin districts to provide a camp experience for these very special people.
Camp Phillip--Family days Offsite programs
Camp Phillip staff will travel to your church for an offsite program.  Activities can include a campfire with skits and songs, a devotion, a Bible study, cooperative team-building games, a visit from Kody or other puppets, a presentation on the ministry at Camp Phillip, a short movie on a giant screen, worship service sermon or music, Lutheran elementary school or Sunday school presentation.