Leave the hustle and bustle of your daily life behind as you enter the beautiful setting of DuBois Center. Join us for a Personal or Group Retreat. Take advantage of our Conference Facilities. Come experience the joy of our Summer Camps.
For great is your love, higher than the heavens; your faithfulness reaches to the skies. -- Psalm 108:4
2014 Summer CampsIt's time to register for Summer camp. You can now Register Online. Check out the schedule online. This year's camp brochures have been mailed and should be at your local UCC church soon. You can also download a copy.
|More than just another Summer job, a summer at camp can provide valuable hands-on experience. Put your faith into action and make a difference in the lives of the young people we serve. Get more information.|
|THINK SUMMER! There is an exciting line-up of great summer camps for all ages at DuBois Center. Camp brochures are on their way to past campers and should arrive in churches later this month. Want a sneak peak? Check it out online!|
|Are you active on facebook? Visit DuBois Center's facebook page and become a fan. Network with other fans, and get updates on events. Share photos and stories of your time at DuBois.|
|Volunteer Camp Nurses play a key role in providing safe, fun, and faith-filled experiences during our summer camps. Ready for a rewarding ministry opportunity? Contact the office at 618-787-2202.|
March 28-30 - It's time for some quality GUY TIME! The DuBois Center Father & Son Retreat for dads, lads, and granddads is just around the corner. If you enjoy canoeing, hiking, fishing, making cool stuff, archery, roasting marshmallows and riding horses - then you won’t want to miss this annual event!
April 11-12 - Come away, to a beautiful place apart as we focus on the practice of intercessory prayer and consider the implications of the action and social justice that God requires of us.
April 25-27 - Come out and join us for another fun pony-filled weekend at DuBois Center! Experience God and creation on the trails, at the barn, in the early morning, and during vespers.