New Heights Youth Camp:

KMBC’s New Heights Youth Camp is a great place for youth to have a memorable, fun week with friends and grow closer to God.


  • If you pre-register two weeks before the start date, you’ll get $10 off!
  • Groups of 8 or more will receive an additional $10 off!

Youth Pastors, where else can you find a fantastic youth camp for only $110!?

Three great options:
June 22-26, 2020

June 29-July 3, 2020

(NHYC Outdoor)

July 27-31, 2020

August 3-7, 2020

(Culture Wars)

Registration: Monday from 10am-2pm.

Campers are invited from age 12-18.

New Heights Youth Camp is a time to come to grow spiritually, connect with new friends, and to have tons of fun!

Have you been to New Heights Youth Camp before? (Formerly Mount Carmel Youth Camp)
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Each youth camp will feature a youth evangelist who genuinely loves and cares about young people and wants to see God’s best for each person. The youth camp evangelist will challenge you to repentance and being 100% on fire for God. He will encourage you to share your faith with others and to live a life that is pleasing to God.

What should I bring?

  • A Sleeping Bag
  • Casual & Church Clothes (Please no tanks and at least knee-length apparel.)
  • Clothes that can get DIRTY
  • Spending Cash
  • Your Bible

Who can attend? Those Ages 12-18 are invited.

What is the cost? The regular cost is $130 (As low as $110 if you pre-register with a group!)

When should I arrive? Registration begins at 10 AM on Monday and concludes after lunch on Friday.

Where will the camp and activities be held? Most activities will be on the KMBC campus with day trips to Natural Bridge, Red River Gorge, North Fork of the Kentucky River.

Can my Youth Pastor attend the camp? We would love for your youth pastor to join us. Please contact us for available volunteer positions for the week.

“Dedication to fulfilling God’s will for their life and the lives of teenagers is evident in the hearts of the leaders and speakers. While having ‘fun’ is something that the leaders want to do throughout the week, it is clear that furthering the Kingdom and bringing hearts closer to God is the priority of this camp. While seemingly so simple, this is often overlooked in summer camps. Whether you aren’t a Christian going into camp, perhaps are currently a back-sliding Christian, or are living a Christian life as best as you know possible, the services at this camp cater to every situation and struggle in a personal and simple yet profound way. God is truly moving and stirring people throughout the week. Everywhere you look there is someone, whether adult or teen, who is willing to help you and pray with you. For me personally I came to camp emotionally and mentally broken. I was in need of healing that only God could give. Service after service I was benefited by great sermons and helpful hands in prayer. This camp balances activities with spiritual growth.”  – Former Camper


In order to help students fully engage and let God work in their lives without any distractions, all campers will be required to turn in their cell phones & electronic devices to the camp leadership at the beginning of the week. An adult will be in charge of the devices and will give monitored access if students/parents require it. We want our teens to experience God to their full potential!