While our summer camps and year-round retreats are attended by people from around the Midwest and beyond, Upper Peninsula Bible Camp is also investing in the lives of those within our local community.
UPBC exists to introduce people to Jesus Christ and to encourage them to grow to be more like Him through camping and outdoor experiences. One of our goals is to serve and involve those who live near camp. Are you looking to get involved at camp or to try a new camping experience? Check out our programs and volunteer opportunities below. Have further questions about getting plugged in? Feel free to call 906-346-6165.
Day Camps take place in June and August. The programs run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. These daytime-only camps are for kids in local communities who are heading into 1st–8th grade (ages 6-13).
MERGE events bring together middle and high school students for fun, fellowship, and biblical encouragement. Click to see what we have coming up!
Higher Hope is a women’s Bible Study open to anyone 16 years or older. It takes place on Thursdays from 1-2:30 p.m or 7-8:30pm at the UPBC Retreat Center. Come join us! It's a great opportunity to connect.
Join us on Saturday, Feb. 17 2018 for the next Men's Dinner at the UPBC Retreat Center! Doors open at 5:30pm. The evening includes an inspiring message, a time for fellowship, and a delicious meal. See you there!
Don | 616-292-1285
Discovery Nature Center
This outdoor education program for homeschooled children, ages 7-15 years old, allows students to explore nature from a Scriptural perspective. Meetings are held the 3rd Monday of each month, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
MSYG Youth Group
MSYG meetings include a meal, fun activities, and a loving atmosphere in which Gwinn middle school and high school students can learn the basics of the Christian faith. MSYG meets weekly during the school year, plus special events every few months. Contact Jeff to learn more!
Volunteer @ UPBC
UPBC loves our amazing volunteers. God has richly provided through the hearts and hands of those who have served faithfully over the years. We're often in need of help in the fall, winter, and spring months. Learn more about how to be involved!