Hesperus Camp
Monday, October 23, 2017
 

2017: Overview

 
WHITEOUT:  1) noun. a condition of heavily falling snow... 2) verb. to blot out with correction fluid a mistake that has been made. So is it the meteorological or the typographical meaning of the word?  YES.  Absolutely, both.  The natural environment is bound in snow, but the spiritual environment is one that highlights our call to live as those forgiven--those whose sin has been washed white as snow.  As such WHITEOUT is our winter retreat offering for those who are currently in 6th grade through 12th grade
 
Hesperus offers the opportunity to take a weekend away from school and retreat to a winter wonderland with frigid, crazy fun.  Our staff are experts in providing a meaningful experience that is safe and incredibly fun (and frigid). When you come to Hesperus, you will be encouraged through the gospel message, engage in meaningful worship and get some time alone and with your group to process what God is doing.
 
At the same time, Hesperus is intentional about its high energy recreation and allowing kids to be kids. That includes things like 33 MPH zip-lines, snowshoe golf (disc), long tubing runs, elegant (or not) ice skating, and a host of other things. If you allow it, a weekend at Hesperus can recharge you and refocus you for a strong finish of the school year. We can't wait to see you this winter!