Challenge Week

Directors: Josh Beck, Director | Peter Jacob, Asst. Director

July 28 - August 3, 2024





Registration Fee


Spiritually enriching, wholesome fun, and challenging activities


All young men ages 10-15. (Limit of 80 campers)


There are two main goals of Challenge Week. The first is to equip young men with knowledge of the gospel. The second is to encourage them to develop skills and knowledge so that they can become lifelong disciples of Jesus Christ.

Throughout the week we aim to cultivate teamwork, diligence, self-discipline, and respect for authority. At the end of the week, we test campers knowledge in the Spiritual Olympics and celebrate the achievements of the week.

We also provide exciting personal challenges, both physical and spiritual, throughout the week. These challenges include things like archery, marksmanship, verse memorization, knot tying, and many more. We recognize achievements in these areas with pins that campers can display on their hats. We have exciting group activities that develop teamwork and strategy, often reinforcing the lessons from the week. During free time, we enjoy fun activities like the pool and water slide, 9-square, ga-ga ball, basketball, soccer, and even some crafts. Each camper receives a Challenge Week hat at the beginning of camp and a t-shirt upon completion of the week.

When & How Much?

Challenge Week: Sunday, July 28 – Saturday, August 3, 2024

Cost: $375

Boys Camp and Challenge Week: Sunday, July 21 – Saturday, August 3, 2024

Cost: $650
(click here to register for both weeks)

Please contact the camp director if financial limitations would prevent you from attending.

Bring a Friend!

New this year: if you bring a friend who’s never been to camp at Greenwood Hills before, you can get free stuff at the Camp Store! Coming for two weeks? Get even more!

Schedule for 2024

The schedule is changing slightly this year. Check-in for Challenge Week will begin at 3pm on Sunday, July 28, and the closing ceremonies will be held at 10am on Saturday, August 3. Campers staying for both weeks will have the option to go home after the end of Boys Camp (10am on Saturday, July 27) until check-in for Challenge Week or participate in a special one-day transitional program that will give them the opportunity to rest and enjoy activities on the grounds. This one-day program will cost $40 (register for both weeks, or for this one-day program here).