Speaker Information

Details to have the best week ever!

Sonlight Volunteer Speakers

Be With Kids. Show Them God

We are so excited that you’ll be joining us this summer as a speaker! As you know camp can be a transformative week for kids, and you play such an important role in that. Whether this is your first time speaking at camp or your 10th, we wanted to give a brief overview of what to expect (and what is expected of you) during your session(s):

      • Five speaking sessions throughout the week during worship time

      • Brief reflection/devotion during each campfire

      • Encouraged participating in camp activities to build relationships

      • Ability to be unplugged and present the entire duration of the week on property

      • Sharing meal times alongside campers

      • Lodging in the cozy Ramble- Inn

      • Consumption of as many chocolate chip cookies your heart desires!

This summer, we do not have a theme but rather are more fully embracing our motto “Be With Kids, And Show Them God”. We look forward to having you here and thank you for taking the time out of your summer to serve at Sonlight – we appreciate you greatly!


Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions at 970.264.4379 or claire@sonlightcamp

Camp Details and What To Bring Lists

Please arrive by 1 pm on Sunday the week you will be speaking. We will gather as staff and have a brief devotion. You’ll have an opportunity to meet the staff and get settled. Campers arrive starting at 4 pm. The “What to Bring” lists below are the details we provide to campers.

Specific for each camp

Adventure 1 (June 5-11)

High School Week (June 12-18)

High School 10-Day (June 19-28)

Junior Camp (June 30-July 2)

Discovery 1 (July 3-9)

Adventure 2 (July 17-23)

Adventure PLUS (July 24-30)

Discovery 2 (July 31-August 6)

Family Camp (August 7-10)

“Love the people, love the place. Love the difference you make in my child’s life”

Camper Parent

2022 Banquet Theme:

“Everyday’s a Holiday!”

Calling all the fun and festive costuming you can think of to give homage to your favorite holiday/ national day/ weekday. The known, unknown, widely celebrated, odd or often forgotten – we want to celebrate all the special days we miss when you aren’t at camp! 


      • Find a twin for National Twin Day (Dec 18th)
      • Go green galore for St. Patrick’s Day (Mar 17th)
      • Represent your favorite team for National Jersey Day (Nov 4th)
      • Dress as your favorite book character for International Literacy Day (Sept 8)
      • Sweatpants for Saturdays (Every Weekend)
      • And don’t forget …Christmas, Valentines Day and all the big holidays!


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