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Chi Rho Camp

Age: 6th and 7th grades    Price: $390

July 14th - 18th

Us and Others

Tools for emotion - Each one leaves with new abilities to "live" with each other.

Self-identity, the crucial question of "Who am I?" is the primary concern of children this age. They are able to think abstractly and, in terms of faith development, they are moving into the time of searching. Community, however, in terms of social importance and in terms of affiliated faith, remains very significant.

Chi Rho  is a camp led by Directors and Counselors.  This is a 4 day long camp to detach from the world and spend time in community, nature and one another. 

Chi Rho includes a team building low ropes activity, small groups, pool-time, worship led by youth, archery and group games. 

This camp encourages the youth to lead the camp as well as worship. Adults and counselors are there to lead activities and empowering conversations to help build faith and community.

colton director

Colton Pasquale, Director

My name is Colton Pasquale and I am directing Chi Rho camp this summer! I am now going into my second summer of directing camps but I have been attending Tall Oaks as either a camper or counselor for the past 19 years! I am currently a paraeducator and football coach at Lexington Trails Middle School in the De Soto School District. In the summer, I will begin a program through Fort Hayes State University to receive my teaching license to be a Special Education teacher. I am super excited about camp this summer as the counselors and I have been working extra hard to make this one of the best camps this summer! We are so excited to see you there!

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


Please contact the Camp and Conference Coordinator for the Greater Kansas City Region Christian Church Disciples of Christ Kylie Graham at or (913) 669 - 4782

Tall Oaks Camp and Conference Center
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