The mission of Camp Rock is to offer persons of every age with year round opportunities to know Jesus Christ as Savior
and respond to Him as Lord, through: nurture in the Christian faith and life based on Holy Scripture, under the guidance
of Christian men and women, and dependent upon the Holy Spirit.
In the interests of this purpose and towards the goal of maximizing our service to the campers entrusted to our care and
to the community surrounding Camp Rock, the following boundaries are established for all staff and volunteers.
1.Prohibited Activities while employed or volunteering at Camp Rock are: a) possession or use of alcoholic beverages, nonprescription
drugs, and/or pornography; b) immoral sexual acts, such as premarital or extramarital; c) use of tobacco
products; d) possession or use of fireworks, firearms or other potentially dangerous items (not in compliance with the
camp program); e) language or behaviors perceived to be physically abusive or threatening. Non-compliance with this
policy will result in immediate disciplinary action and probable dismissal of staff involved and, if warranted,
notification of appropriate authorities
2.Language is to reflect Christian respect and self-discipline. Profanity and crude language, gossip, threats, harassment, and
character defamation do not honor Christ.
3.Modesty in dress and appearance is to be observed. Body piercing(s), tattoos, jewelry, and dress must not compromise safety, cause undue distraction, or alarm parents.
4.Full Participation in the weekly program is necessary. Temporary leave from staff duties is not encouraged and only
permitted in special cases and with prior approval of the Program Director. No visitors are to be on Camp’s grounds
during the weekly program without permission. Personal visits at Camp during time off are to be arranged with the
5.Caretaking of the Creation requires that staff actively set an example of keeping the ground free from litter and reflect a
respect for the outdoor environment.
6.Proper Stewardship of Camp Buildings and Equipment is expected of all staff. Vandalism, misuse and abuse of Camp property,
and neglect of safety procedures is not tolerated.
7.Physical and Emotional Safety of Campers is paramount. Staff must follow all Camp rules, assure constant supervision of the
campers entrusted to their care, and reflect Christ in their words and actions.