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:


Covenant Park will use gifts as designated by the giver according to goals and giving options set by Covenant Park. If gifts exceed the amount needed for that gift, Covenant Park will move excess gifts where most needed.

Give a Gift!

All gifts are tax-deductible. Below are a few ways you can help us end the year strong and further ministry in 2023!

Facility, Grounds, Equipment and Programming Development:

This fund is used for projects to improve the areas above. Here are a few priorities for 2023:

Village Lodge Remodel-COMPLETED

Replace Bunk House Roof, Windows, and Siding-FUNDED

Finish North Roof

Finish Archery Area

Install Drainage in Upper Field-FUNDED

Replace Chapel and Dining Hall Doors-COMPLETED

Install Filtered Water Bottle Filling Station in Dining Hall-COMPLETED

Install Cabinets in LL Kitchen

Finish Pontoon and Speed Boat Repairs



Allow kids to come to camp who might not otherwise have the chance due to financial hurdles.


Operational Budget:

Operational budget: This helps camp continue to run smoothly on a day to day basis. It ensures being able to keep up with bills and hiring quality staff while still keeping costs as low as possible for campers and guest groups.


Ministry Forward Initiative: FALL FUNDRAISER FOCUS

To strengthen and further outreach and discipleship efforts. (Including but not limited to staffing, programming, marketing, development.)


Staff Blessing: 

We are committed to taking care of our staff financially. We invite you to partner with us in an extra blessing above and beyond what we have committed to their compensation. Donations given will increase staff compensation. These donations allow us to continue to hire quality staff and keep registration costs as low as possible for everyone.

Renovations to the Village Lodge

The Village Lodge houses are female summer staff and is occasionally used for campers and guest groups. It is nearly an original building to camp, built in 1941! The renovation is just about done and the building is now usable! A few finishing touches to be added in the next months include a stove style fireplace, a handicap lift for accessibility, and stone covering around the foundation. 

This building now houses 16 in 2 separate bedrooms, each with their own full bathroom. A large common area and kitchen make the building an all inclusive living space. Heat and A/C have been added, and the building is fully handicap accessible. 

This building has will continue to serve staff and rental groups in an updated and more functional way. It is a perfect space for a small all inclusive
retreat, small group or family group, year-round.

Thank you to all who donated funds and devoted time and skills to seeing this project to completion. We pray it serves many well for the next 80 years of camp ministry

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 (not exhaustive and in no specific order):

Adding activity options

Onsite Staff Housing

Upgrade Electrical on the North Side of Camp

Fill in ball field to level out, and improve drainage 

Craft hall and indoor rec space

Dining Hall Updated

Chapel Updates

Improve RV Area

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

Wish List

These are needed items that could be new or used:

  • Commercial microwave for dining hall
  • ATV or 4-wheeler or golf cart
  • Propane generator system to power the dining hall
  • Skidsteer
  • Commercial Espresso Machine
  • Sturdy Picnic Tables
  • Folding Chairs in New or Like New Condition for Chapel (total need 150 chairs)
  • Tractor
  • Commercial Skillet for Dining Hall
  • Boatlift with cover for speedboat

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



Scripture is a key part of our programming at Covenant Park. Our goal is to give campers tools to study and learn how to apply the Bible to their Everyday lives. We provide campers that don't have a Bible of their own with a brand new Bible appropriate for their age and reading level.



Folding Chairs for Chapel

We would like to replace 150 of our folding chairs in the chapel. $22/chair. Total Need: $3300