Investing in lives transformed "where friend meets friend and both meet God". 


There are multiple ways to give to CPBC. If you would like more information, please contact kaela (

Donate to the Lakeside Cabin Rebuild

Cabins 5,6,7,8, as well as a common lounge/meeting space and bathrooms will be housed in one building. This will replace the existing cabins and the old shower house. The building will be winterized and will upgrade this side of camp to be able to better accommodate our campers and guests, especially adult groups and fall retreats. Cabin 8 has already been completed, the next stage is adding a second cabin space. The cost for this next phase is about $16,000. Our goal is to have this cabin ready by the next summer camp season. We nearly have this funded, additional funds will go towards new bunkbeds in the cabin and moving toward the third building phase of the cabin-plex. In addition to financial support, we will also be needing skilled laborers to move forward on this. Please contact Kaela if you would like more information on helping with this,!

Project 365

Project 365 is a way for you join in the preservation and development of camp’s grounds and buildings for the present and future generations to enjoy! Camp is involved in ministry year round. From planning program, to hosting groups and retreats, to holding fundraisers and events, to running summer youth camps, and more, something is always going on! Project 365 gives you the opportunity to invest in and support each of those days. By joining team project 365, you support camp with a dollar a day (or the amount of your choice). You also pick a day to specifically uplift camp in prayer.

Project List (in no specific order):

The Lodge winterization

Update waterfront equipment

Fill in ball field to level out

Build winterized meeting and eating space to match the capacity of our winterized sleeping space

Rebuild winterized cabins 4-7

Develop low and high ropes courses

Expand summer programming options

Onsite staff housing

Craft hall and indoor rec space

Dining Hall Updated

Chapel Updates

Continue to eliminate deferred maintenance projects on buildings, grounds and equipment

See Project 365 Brochure

Wish List

These are needed items that could be new or used:

  • A 40-50 HP Mercury long shaft outboard boat motor with controls and steering compatibility for the pontoon. Or Johnson or Evinrude with steering and controls. 
  • Pontoon boat in reliable working condition
  • Speedboat or jetski
  • Commercial microwave for dining hall
  • 6 6-volt golf cart batteries
  • ATV
  • Propane generator system to power the dining hall

Below are items that we would like to purchase, you may donate toward any item through paypal.

bunk bed

Wooden Bunk Beds

We would like to begin replacing the metal cot style beds with wooden bunks. This will provide greater level of comfort for our adult and retreat guests and allow us to better serve in this area of our ministry.


Needed: $10,500

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Camp needs its own camera for taking pictures and videos that you enjoy in end of the week videos and on our website, Facebook and Instagram. $600



We enjoy playing rainy day gym games in the chapel and dining hall with these fun things! $110

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We would like to upgrade our mattresses to a thicker, slightly larger model for added comfort.


Needed: $11,000