Cross Roads is a welcoming and inclusive community providing life changing and sacred adventures for renewal, growth, and joy.




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  • Facilitate renewal, healing, inspiration and transformation for the body, mind and spirit.

  • Help individuals deepen their connection to themselves, others, the world we live in and God.

  • Remind all who come of our beautiful and inextricable connection to the natural world.

  • Create an ecumenical community of mutual acceptance, open exchange of ideas, reflection and unconditional love.

  • Live an example of Heaven on Earth.


Cross Roads is committed to welcoming all people. In response to the biblical call to seek justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God (Micah 6:8) Cross Roads celebrates diversity and promotes equal opportunity regardless of age, disability, race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, creed, national origin, economic capacity, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, or gender identity.

Cross Roads will not tolerate behavior that harms people based on any of the above identities. Such behavior is antithetical to our values, our mission, and the teachings of Jesus Christ. In response to God’s radical love and grace, Cross Roads strives to create sacred adventures that celebrate, transform, and empower all people.


“The only complaint was that she wished camp had been longer. That to me is a great indicator of how much fun she had.”

– Camper Parent

"From the welcome received arriving at camp, you could feel the positivity and energy, which put everyone in the camp spirit".

– Family Camper

"Thank you, as always, from all of my heart, for being what you are – from the leadership you show and teach J., and the spiritual guidance and hands-on worship experiences, to the new adventures, activities, and crafts he explores while there".

– Charly W. | Parent of Camper

"High School Week was fun because we got to do different things than the youth campers. We used the low ropes course in the woods, had a movie night with Chinese food, and got to stay up later than the younger campers. We also did all the other camp activities like tie-dye, kickball, volleyball, swimming in the pool, campfires, gaga ball, and the Mighty Mighty Scoop
Noodle Challenge.

– Caeden Doyle | High School Week Camper

“God bless you and your amazing staff. My daughter Emily was SO EXCITED about the experience this year. The friends she made, the experiences, and of course, THE FOOD (hats off to your chef). I know it's been tough, but thank you, thank you, thank you for putting together a great experience for her.”

Sue L. | Parent