What is Junior Bash?

A  fun high energy event for

3rd - 6th graders

that provides a faith building experience

for young people so that they may know

what we believe and why we believe it.

Spring Junior Bash April 5-6, 2024

The Bible and Science:  

Faith - Facts - Theory

April 5-6, 2024

Early bird Cost $45 if registered by March 21

FAll Junior Bash September 20-21, 2024

A Biblical View of early Man

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  • Children who had a great summer camp experience.  Junior  Bash offers an opportunity to be back on the camp grounds for a similar experience. 
    Children who have never been to camp.  Junior Bash is a great introduction to MBC. The shorter time frame is good for children who haven't had many occasions to be away from home overnight.

  • Early Bird Rate (Completed online or postmarked by March 25) $45 for campers and sponsors.

    Regular Rate $55 for campers and sponsors.

  • Bible & Pen or Mechanical Pencil

    Sleeping bag or twin bedding, pillow and blanket. (Dorms are heated and air-conditioned,

    Toiletries, towels and washcloth for shower,

    Weather appropriate clothing that can get dirty,

    Shoes other than flip flops.  Required for riding zip lines and going on trails.


    Money for canteen (optional)

    Back pack to keep items in while moving around the camp.

  • Our kitchen is peanut free.

    Our menu is gluten friendly,  but not completely gluten free.

    We are glad to provide a copy of the menu so you may supplement as needed.

  • All camper medications must be in the original container with a current label.  They should be turned into the first aider upon arrival to the camp. We cannot administer medications that are not in the original container and properly labeled.

    Exceptions: rescue inhalers & Epipens may be carried by a group leader or camper if they have been trained in their use.

    *Adults may keep their personal medications on their person, in a locked container, or give to first aider.