Our overnight campers experience the very best of what Roanoke Christian Camp has to offer. Campers will enjoy recreation activities suited for their age, daily worship services are held in the Bonner Jackson Pavilion overlooking the Pamlico River and have meals served in Smartnick Hall!

1st Junior

July 26-31 | $195

AGES 7-10

Dean: Jay Hardison




Stay tuned for more information about this session!

1st Intermediate

JUNE 21-26 | $195

AGES 11-14

Dean: Lance Pippin







In this world, there will be trying times and hardships.  But guess what?!?  We don’t have to go through those bad times in our lives ALONE!!!
Throughout the week of camp, we’ll be looking at examples of people from the Bible and people serving/volunteering during the week (as counselors, teachers and/or team leaders) and how God was with them indeed during the tough times, the trying times that they were going through.  And as a 11-14 year old, He is with you too!  Even when you don’t see it or feel it, God is working and HE IS WITH YOU!

About the Dean: Lance Pippin grew up going to Roanoke Christian Camp as a camper and has served many weeks of camp as a counselor/volunteer.  His first year as dean was 1st Intermediate Week in 2019.  Lance is the youth minister at Christ’s Church in Winterville, NC.  He’s been a youth minister since 2002 and has a heart for seeing kids discover God’s plan for their lives.

As dean, Lance works hard to build an excellent staff to make sure kids have a blast and also walk away knowing the love of Jesus Christ.  In addition to being dean of 1st Intermediate Week and being a youth minister, Lance is married to his lovely wife, Erin.  He’s also a big fan of Duke University athletics and Ghostbusters!!!

High School

JUNE 28-JULY 3 $195

AGES 14-17

Dean: Chris Woolard




Theme: Walk The Walk

It can be hard to live the way God wants us to live. Fortunately, God knows we struggle and he’s given us His most powerful gift; His Spirit in our lives. This year, at High School week of camp, we’re going to dig in to what it means for a Christian to “Walk the Walk” by taking a look at Galatians chapter 5 and the “Fruit of the Spirit.” This will be one of the most practical and memorable journeys we could explore with our students.


Rule no. 1 at High School week is “Camp should be fun!” So, as we learn how to “Walk the Walk” you can expect a full week of fun games, classic outdoor camp activities, team competitions, and unexpected twists.

Every year our High School students check out on Friday saying, “That was the best week of camp EVER” and this year, will NOT disappoint.

We create 4 distinctly different learning environments each day that will help grow our students in faith and understanding:

Team SOAP Time
SOAP is an acronym – Scripture, Observation, Application, Prayer. After breakfast, students will meet with their team and leaders to work through a scripture each day. It’s a practical tool they can bring home with them and use daily!

War Room
The War Room is a group learning environment. The whole camp gathers in Jackson Pavilion to work through a daily topic together. The leaders of the War Room facilitates a student-led conversation where our teens have a chance to be heard and lead in their own way. We know that our students come from various backgrounds and the war room is a simple but effective place for them to unpack things that they may be “battling” in their lives. God is greater than the struggle and it is our goal to help equip them for the fight.

After spending the majority of the day in the “fun” stuff, we re-group in the evening for a group worship time and teaching time. There is a time of worshiping God with our band and hearing a powerful and challenging message from our speakers. Vespers tends to be a highlight for most of our campers.

Before we turn in for the night, the whole camp gathers one last time for “campfire.” Each night one of our staff members share their testimony of how God has moved in their life. It is powerful for our students to hear from so many of the staff they look up to. Thursday night is “Sr. Night.” We campers who are interested to share their testimony too.

Our Dean

Chris Woolard grew up as a camper at RCC and has served as a dean for us since 2002. He is a Church planter and the Lead Minister at “Venture Church” in Wilmington, NC. He loves working with Students! He spent 10 years in full-time youth ministry and was the executive director of the Carolina Christian Youth Conference for 9 years. More recently, he also works with teens as a Boy Scouts Leader and assistant football coach. He has a heart for seeing teenagers discover God’s plan for their lives and works hard to build an excellent staff each year to make sure our students have a blast and also walk away knowing the love of Jesus. Christ has been the dean of our High School Session since 2014 is excited to be with us again this year!

2nd Junior

JULY 5-10 | $195

AGES 8-11

Dean: Stewart Woodley and Jamie Fulford




Stay tuned for more information on this session!


JULY 13-16 | $110

AGES 7-9

Dean: Kevin McNeil




Kevin McNeil is planting a church in Goldsboro, NC.

2nd Intermediate

JULY 19-24 | $195

AGES 10-13

Dean: Bane Angles




Stay tuned for more information about this session!

Tech Camp

NOV.13-15 | $110

AGES 12-17

Dean: Patrick Harrison




Stay tuned for more information on this session!


Our sessions fill up fast, so don’t miss the chance to have an unforgettable summer. Register for camp in three simple steps: 


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