Junior Music Camp
A week of music camp offers a program that builds character in young musicians. Our camp offers challenging
musical instruction, and campers will experience tons of growth in their musical abilities in a week that focuses on individual skill, group formation, and enhancing their theory knowledge.
The camp also features electives in a variety of activities which are musical, theatrical, creative
We are a Christian camp, and our Bible lessons offer a week full of adventure, excitement, and surprises with special guests and
If all that isn’t enough we will cool you down in our Pool and Splash Park, and then feed you with awesome meals kids love that are nutritious and just great tasting. Okay…there’s also time for sweets and treats.
We offer 2 music camps for ages 7-12 and they are appropriate for beginners as well as experienced young musicians. Jackson’s Point Music camps are the perfect place to develop creative skills in a very short period of time. Our camp faculty
ALL CAMP FEES INCLUDE TUCK SHOP FOR THE WEEK
July 12-18 – JR Music Camp 1 (JMC1) – Ages 7-12 | $415+HST
July 19-25 – JR Music Camp 2 (JMC2) – Ages 7-12 | $415+HST
Military Families may be eligible for a bursary .
JMC 1 Director
Mike is a High School Music teacher in Kingston and has been involved in Music Camp Ministry for 18 years. He serves in his home church as a worship leader, band member, and YP bandmaster, and has been active in other youth ministries at his corps leading the children’s choir and bucket drumming groups in recent years. He has recently been appointed bandmaster of Blood and Fire brass – the OCE Divisional Youth Prep Band.
JMC 2 Director
Mona has been a huge supporter of camping ministries for more years than she can count. Her camping experience memories started when she was only 6 years old, with her father on music camp faculty, and where she first learned to play the C scale on his Eb horn! Since then, she attended Junior & Senior Music Camps at Camp Selkirk and then National School of Music at Jackson’s Point, right up until she got married. When she started having her own children, she made it a priority to help as many children as possible get to music camps and has done many years of fundraising for this cause. After several years of being on Junior & Senior Music Camp Faculty, she feels extremely privileged to take leadership of JMC2, and is now in her 3rd year of this role.