Camp Alexander Mack is a Christian Camp, Retreat and Conference Center located on 200+ acres on the eastern shore of Lake Waubee in Northern Indiana. The facility is a ministry of the Indiana Camp Board and affiliated with the Northern Indiana and South/Central Indiana districts of the Church of the Brethren. Since its beginnings in 1925 the camp has served as a place of leadership development and faith formation for the children, youth and adults who have come through its arches. It is the site of murals depicting the History of the Church of the Brethren as depicted by the artist Medford Neher. Our summer camp program is intentionally designed to provide campers with life-changing experiences that lead to the formation of personal faith within a safe Christian community. Our leaders are trained to focus on physical and emotional safety, skill development, and age-appropriate programming that is exciting, educational and enriching. In addition to training, our leaders have a heart for ministry and kids, and a love of summer fun that they share with the campers. A progression in programming makes each summer at Camp Mack more exciting and challenging than the last.
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Camp Mack provides a sanctuary where people connect with God, experience creation, and build Christian community.