Are you already discussing where to have your summer vacation this year? Pine Brook has just the answer! Come to Pine Brook Camp and spend your family vacation reconnecting with each other, meeting new friends and families and receive spiritual refreshment! There is something for everyone! Your children will have a great time being a part of our Day Camp program where the Bible comes alive through drama, storytelling, music and games! Our trained staff will lead them in experiencing activities such as swimming, hiking and canoeing while making lasting memories and new friends. There is also a time for mom and dad to connect, study God’s Word and participate in special activities. Your family will then come together each evening through special family activities and a time of nightly worship! We desire Your Family to become Our Family and His Family!
ACCOMMODATIONS AND PRICING
Dixon Hall: Sleeps 4; bunk style beds; temperature controlled; private bathrooms – $1200
Mapleview: Sleeps 6; bunk style beds; temperature controlled; 2 full community bathrooms – $1000
Cabins: Sleeps any size family; rustic accommodations; bunk style beds; shower and bath house – $800
Camping: Space for tent; use of shower and bath house – $650
ALL PACKAGES include 15 meals for a family of 4, daily programming, Day Camp, speaker, and worship leader
Additional family members – $140
SIGN UP AND PAY YOUR DEPOSIT BY MARCH 1st AND RECEIVE A 10% DISCOUNT!
FAMILY CAMP SPEAKER
David Pinckney has been the lead pastor of River of Grace Church in Concord NH since its inception in 2002. He was converted at a very young age, with a vivid memory of sitting on his dad’s lap asking Jesus to save him. David’s dad was a pastor in the Concord NH area with a legacy of faithfulness and joy. David met his wife Sharon at Liberty University and they were married in 1988. Their four adult sons and one daughter bring them great joy. David has a M.Div. from Bethel Seminary and has pastored in three congregations: a historic NH village church in Contoocook (1987-1997), on staff at a mega-church in Pennsylvania (1997-2002), and at River of Grace (2002 to present). Besides his love for pastoring, he is active in serving in the North Atlantic region of the Acts 29 Church Planting Network as an assessor and coach as well as working with The Gospel Coalition of New England’s Small Town Summits. David enjoys traveling with Sharon, hanging with people, and history. The best part of his life is the saving and sustaining grace of Jesus in his life.