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Madison 24-Hr Youth Rally

Madison 24-Hr Youth Rally, Nov 17-18

For students 7th grade and up.

Saturday, November 17
Start at 12pm
Mandrake Road Church of Christ, in Madison, WI (click for map)
Ends at 12pm on Sunday, November 18

What you need to know:

  • Games, camp fire, devo time & singing, snacks, meals, and a service project
  • We are sleeping at the church building.
    • There are no showers. (You’ll be fine.)
  • We will have some outdoor activities. Bring warm play clothes.
  • Meals and snacks provided.
    • Please, don’t bring your own food, unless for dietary needs.
  • What to bring:
    • sleeping bag & pillow
    • tooth brush
    • Bible
    • outdoor clothes
  • Must RSVP

Spread the word!

(Also, if you are an adult, and would be willing to help us chaperone, please, let us know.)


WCYC Operations Manager Job Description

WCYC Operations Manager Job Description

Wisconsin Christian Youth Camp is seeking an individual to fill the position of Operations Manager. Responsibilities include operational and maintenance duties. Successful applicants will have strong people and communication skills, and handyman abilities. This unique opportunity is part-time. Compensation includes private housing and utilities, and off-season flexibility for outside employment or personal interests. More details are available at http://www.wcyc.org/operations-manager-application/ or via email at [email protected].

The Johnsons are moving on…

The Johnsons are moving on:

 In February 2015, Brandt and Jennifer Johnson (and daughter Tatiana and son Benaiah) joined team WCYC. During these three years, Wisconsin Christian Youth Camp has been richly blessed by their service, energy, commitment, creativity and love.
But, as scripture informs us, there is a time and a season for everything. Brandt has accepted a new position as the Maintenance Superintendent at a home for disabled adults and children in Bemidji, Minnesota. His last day with WCYC will be July 16. This new position is a great opportunity for Brandt, and will allow them to be much closer to extended family. Jennifer’s mother was recently diagnosed with advanced cancer. So they will be closer to her family through this trying time. It was a difficult decision, but God made it very clear that they should be in Bemidji with their family.
As always happens with this position, the Johnsons’ legacy will live on for years to come at WCYC:
– Brandt and his family created and erected the sign out front of the Great Hall.
– They installed a new roof on the residence’s garage and the Great Hall.
– They fixed the chimney on the Great Hall.

Sunday Night Live – January 21, 2018

Come one, come all! To Northtown Church of Christ, in Milwaukee.

SNL Youth Connection poster

WCYC Work Day

WCYC Work Day

Saturday, May 7, 2016, 8a to 4p(?)

Lunch provided if you RSVP to [email protected]

Come be part of the solution!!!GaryB and a saw

WCYC is 450 acres of wild, natural Wisconsin forest. As such, Nature is constantly trying to reclaim our campground.

Plant growth, erosion, humidity, animals, and the elements… all take their toll on our buildings, our roads, our campfire sites, our walking paths. A lot of effort is required every year just maintaining what we have.

Add to that a lengthy wish-list of improvements that will make WCYC even more awesome, and we have a situation requiring a LOT of effort from good folks just like you. Come! Help ensure WCYC is preserved and improved for generations to come.

Work Day #3 May 5th2012 043 (reduced)Bring a friend, or a van-load of friends. And, bring your toolbox, some garden gear, and a pair of stout working gloves… and, wear clothes that can tolerate a little dirt.

Not only will you be aiding WCYC in continuing its mission to spread the Gospel… but, you will make friends, and deepen your ties to the family at WCYC.

Lunch is always provided. So, please, let us know if you are coming.

To RSVP for the Work Day — or for more details — contact the WCYC front office at [email protected], or (715) 284-2979.

WCYC Youth Rally

WCYC Spring Youth Rally

April 15 thru 17, 2016

WCYC is partnering with York College (again) to host our Spring Youth Rally, from April 15 thru April 17. Register today!

This two-night rally is an awesome opportunity to hang with fellow Christians… to laugh, sing, play, pray… and worship our Awesome God.

The theme is “Faith LARGER Than Life”. All youth, grades 6 through 12, are welcome!

All meals and accommodations are included in the $25 registration fee. And, for an extra $5, you can get your very own t-shirt. Yes! That’s right: Your very own t-shirt.

We can’t wait to see you there!


To register online, click here.

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Schedule of events: click here – Youth Rally Schedule

To register by mail: click here – Youth Rally Registration Form
(Mail the completed form, along with your registration fee, to the address shown on the form.)

Flyer/Poster: click here – Youth Rally Flyer
Please, print, post and help us get the word out!


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WCYC Annual Meeting 2015 – in review

Annual Meeting 2015 – in review

The WCYC Annual Meeting (2015) was held on October 17. It was a beautiful day, and a pleasant gathering of 70 or so WCYC members. Thank you, to the Oakhaven Church (Oshkosh) for hosting.

During the meeting, the members were presented with reports from our four camp session directors, and the chairs of the four primary Board of Directors committees. This has been another active, challenging and rewarding year.

Two new board members were elected, to fill two vacancies. Please, welcome Nate Cleveland and John Beske, and thank them for their willingness to serve. Also, we enjoyed the re-election of four sitting Board members: Gary Byram, Rob Daniel, Jim Coehoorn and Fernando Diaz.

We also voted on a number of proposed amendments to the By-Laws. All proposed amendments were adopted. These amendments included allowing women to now serve on the Board of Directors, allowing Board members to meet via remote tele-conferencing, and giving the Board flexibility on how to conduct future membership-wide votes.

After the Annual Meeting, we took time as a family to collectively recognize and honor the extended (and prolific) family of Gary and Deb Cleveland. WCYC is – and continues to be – blessed by the devoted labor, love and prayers of God-fearing families like the Clevelands. Thank you to this fine family, and to all who make WCYC great.

Clevelands honored

Oakhaven Church took their hosting to another level, after the Annual Meeting, by holding a fund-raising meal, and organizing a number of fund-raising services and products for sale. We raised over $1600 from that one day! What a great group of believers we have here! (If you missed that chance, you can […]

October 19, Oshkosh

Come one, come all!

WCYC Annual Meeting
10:00am to 12:00pm
Oak Haven Church
Oshkosh, WI


On October 19, Wisconsin Christian Youth Camp will hold it’s annual meeting at the Oak Haven Church, in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

This is an important annual event for our organization:

  • we review our efforts of the past year, and discuss our hopes and plans for the future
  • we select Board Members for the next cycle
  • we decide on directions and policy for the organization
  • we connect & build relationships with others who love WCYC

This year, the Oak Haven Church is going to host a fund-raising luncheon, and some games and activities for the kids.

Every year, this is an excellent opportunity to show your support for your favorite Christian youth camp. Please, come and help ensure that WCYC continues

We’re searching for a new camp manager!

If you have a heart for service, love working with your hands and want to be personally involved in bringing youth into a closer relationship with Christ our Lord, we have a life-changing opportunity for you.

Wisconsin Christian Youth Camp is set in 450 acres of natural Wisconsin forested grandeur. We have been operating for 60 years, and we sponsor one paid position — the Operations Manager.

The current Operations Manager is stepping down, and we are looking for the next candidate to continue the fine tradition. This position serves as a steady hand and a public face for our organization.

A more complete list of responsibilities and expectations, as well as a detailed outline of the pay and benefits can be provided with inquires sent to [email protected]

Thank you for your interest. God bless you and yours.