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Adult Camp 

Age: 18 +               Price: $300

May 30 - June 2 

Come back for the next chapter and reconnect with Tall Oaks and the community! 

Daniel Merrick Director

Dan Merrick, Co-Director

Hi!

I’m Dan Merrick. I’ve been attending DOC camps at Tall Oaks for over 3 decades now as a camper, counselor, and director. I consider Tall Oaks to be the foundation of my spiritual journey, and where most of my lifelong friendships were made. I look forward to seeing you this summer!

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Nora Engelken, Co-Director

My name is Nora Engelken and I have been going to Tall Oaks camps in 2004. I started going to Day Camps and have been to camp every year since then either as a camper or a counselor. I started counseling at Grandparents camp, Chi Rho and then CYF and Midwinter camps. I grew up learning all sorts of ways to connect with God through my mom, Lisa Engelken, a DOC Pastor. I love seeing how all generations experience and learn new ways to be with God. 

 

I am the General Manager at Strang Hall in OP. I have been a leader in my personal and professional life for a long time. I am super excited to direct Adult Camp this year as I love intergenerational worship and want to help guide people in different experiences either to connect with each other or with the lord. I am hoping to expand that this next summer with some open-ended worship with group participation, volunteer opportunities, intergenerational small groups and a variety of interest groups for all types of ways to connect with the other campers and with God. I am very excited to see a successful 2nd annual Adult Camp! 

What to pack

  • Your Bible

  • Bedding –Pillow, Sleeping bag or twin bed sheets and a blanket

  • Towels for swimming, showering, and other situations that might get wet!

  • Clothes – At least 1 outfit per day plus an extra one. Campers will also receive a camp t-shirt.

    • At least one pair of pants or jeans is also highly recommended for walking in the woods.

  • Swimsuit. Please refrain from bringing string bikinis or extra short male swim trunks.

  • Toiletries – Toothbrush and toothpaste, shampoo, soap, and a comb.

  • Shoes – At least one pair of close-toed shoes you wouldn’t mind getting a little dirty. Sandals or flip-flops are great for the pool or for around the cabin.

  • Any medication required to be taken during our time at camp.

  • Water Bottle

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