Pennsylvanian Christian Camp
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About Pennsylvania Christian Camp

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camp objectives

PCC is open to everyone, regardless of race, color, or creed.  Our goal is to provide campers with an opportunity to enjoy Bible study, recreation, and the association of their fellow campers in the midst of some of God's most beautiful handiwork -- Blue Knob State Park. 

Since PCC is a CHRISTIAN camp, each camper is expected to act in harmony with the high ideals that have been characteristic of past camping sessions.

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There are many things to do at PCC. Some activities depend on which week you will be attending.

activities include:

  • basketball
  • soccer
  • volleyball
  • hikes
  • swimming
  • devotionals
  • Bible class
  • daily chapel
  • campfires
  • talent night
  • games of all kinds
basketball volleyball soccer hike in woods

for more information about the activities for the week you will be attending feel free to contact a director or check out the page for your week.

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what to bring

Naturally, enough clothes to get you through the week.  Those who plan to write home will need paper, envelopes, and stamps.   Also bring: 

  • Bible
  • flashlight
  • wash cloths
  • soap
  • towels
  • toothbrush & paste
  • deodorant
  • notebook
  • either a sleeping bag or enough blankets (nights are often chilly at PCC)
  • pillow
  • ball glove
  • jacket and/or sweater
  • extra shoes
  • pencils or pens
  • swim suit
  • umbrella or rain coat

Most important -- bring a good attitude, a cheerful disposition, and expectations of a fun filled spiritual week!

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what not to bring

The following items are prohibited for obvious reasons and should NOT be brought to camp:

  • alcohol
  • drugs
  • tobacco
  • fireworks
  • knives
  • weapons of any kind

Also the weekly directors request that in order to avoid distractions, the following should NOT be brought to camp:

  • jam boxes
  • radios
  • televisions
  • video games
  • headsets
  • any other similar electronic devices

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what to wear

All clothing selected for camp should be in accordance with the standard of modesty that Christianity
demands. Hot pants, gym trunks, sheer or see-through clothing and form-fitting clothing is not in harmony with the atmosphere we are trying to cultivate at PCC. 

Shorts will be permitted if they have an eight inch or longer inseam.  There is no double standard for girls and boys.  As for the staff, we would prefer that they not wear shorts at all. 

If the directors or counselors believe that your attire is immodest, they will quietly ask you to change.  Sweat suits are an excellent choice for sports.

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PCC has four camping sessions to offer:

  graduates of grades 2018 dates
college age Ages 18-24 July 4-7
junior week 6-8 July 7-14
senior week 9-12 July 14-21
beginner week 3-5 July 21-28

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The camp fee is $125 per camper(College Age Session is $55). Each camper will receive a PCC T-shirt. There will be a $5.00 reduction for each additional camper from the same family, so that a second camper would be charged $120, a third from the same family would pay $115, etc. All pre campers five years of age or older will be charged a fee of $25. Campers who pre-register by June 1, 2018 will receive a $5 credit to their canteen fund.
To register you will need to fill out a camper application and camper medical form.  You will need Adobe Acrobat to view and print the forms. Bring forms to camp on the registration date for the week the camper will be attending. If you cannot view the forms please contact us and we will mail you forms. 

To pre-register mail these forms by June 1, 2018 with a check payable to PCC for $30 to:

Pennsylvania Christian Camp
2202 Second Street
Moundsville, WV 26041  




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