UNDER THE SUN is a fun-filled week exploring God’s creation and learning about how He provides for ALL of our needs.

Preschool Camp

Ages 2-5 | 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Open to SHC families and their invited guests who are fully potty-trained. Register your preschooler! (Opens April 1.)

Volunteers Needed!

Rising 7th graders and older
Great way for families to serve together. Provides leadership training opportunities for teens. Register to be a part of the fun and exciting week!

Email camp@stonehillprinceton.org if you have any questions.

Family Night

Join us for our Family Night celebration on, Thursday, July 11 at 5 p.m. for dinner followed by an interactive presentation of the Camp experience and a slide show of our campers in action. Bring the whole family!

Outreach/Mission Projects


More information will be included in a future email to registered campers.

Snack and Lunch

Please send your camper with a morning snack and lunch each day. (In the past we have provided snacks for the campers each morning. We found that campers would prefer to eat food from home. This year we are asking families to provide snacks for their campers each day.) We will still provide snacks for the campers who stay for the 2-5 p.m. portion of camp.

Our building is entirely nut-free during the week of camp. Please be careful not to pack any items that contain or may contain nuts. If this happens, don’t worry. We will provide your child an alternative to eat and send home the food with nuts.

All of the snacks we provide will also be nut-free. If your camper has other food allergies please be sure that info is carefully listed on their registration and we will do our best to accommodate them. Please contact Becca Gater if you have additional questions about food at camp.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate?

Campers must be entering Kindergarten through 6th grade.

Youth entering 7th grade and older are encouraged to volunteer at camp.

How much does it cost?

Camp from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. is FREE. Our afternoon activities are $20 per day. If you would like to inquire about a scholarship for your camper(s) please email Camp Leadership.

How do I register?

Begin by completing the Parent Registration (opens April 1). This will gather all the info we need about your family. Once that is complete you will get a link to our Camper registration. Please fill out a separate registration for each camper.

Are scholarships available?

The majority of our camp is FREE. However, if your camper would like to stay for the afternoon sessions (2 p.m. – 5 p.m.) the cost is $20 per day. We never want the cost of an event to keep a child from coming, so please let us know if the cost is a barrier and we would be happy to discuss a scholarship with you. Email Camp Leadership for more info.

What should my camper wear?

Camp is a time of interactive singing, dancing, games, exploring, and learning. We encourage all campers to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Campers spend time playing games and sitting on the floor with their Crew. Shorts and sneakers are encouraged for comfort and safety.

What if my camper gets sick or needs to take medication?

If your camper gets sick while they are on-site, we will call the contact person listed on their registration. We will have trained staff on hand to handle minor bumps and bruises. If a child develops a fever or throws up, we will ask the emergency contact to pick them up. Sick kids are always more comfortable at home.

Our church follows the basic public health guidelines. A child should be fever free (without medication) for 24 hours before returning to camp.

If your child needs to take medication during their time at camp, please be sure to list all the details in their registration form. Medications will be stored and administered by Camp Leadership.

What are the COVID-19 protocols?

Stone Hill Church has no formal COVID-19 restrictions. However, we do follow CDC guidelines and recommendations pertaining to COVID-19. Masks are optional at camp for all campers and volunteers.

If a camper or volunteer tests positive for COVID-19 the week before or the week of camp, we ask that those families notify Camp Leadership via email. Leadership will use discretion in alerting others who may have been exposed to COVID-19. To show care for the camp community, please stay home if you test positive for COVID-19.