A safe place for teens to connect, learn and grow in their Messianic Faith>
Who We Are and What We Do
Our mission at Camp Tzadi is dedicated to providing a safe place for teens to connect, learn, and grow in their Messianic faith. At Camp we uphold the values of true friendship, Bible learning, Messianic education, and like-minded social connections. With teens and counselors coming from across America, Canada, and Israel we hope to connect our generation with other like-minded believers from around the world.
At Camp Tzadi we believe in uplifting every teen in their unique God-given gifts. Our core values come directly from Romans 12 and will be taught and upheld during camp and year-round within the Camp Tzadi community:
Let love be genuine. Abhor what is evil; hold fast to what is good. Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honor. Do not be slothful in zeal, be fervent in spirit, serve the Lord. Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer. Contribute to the needs of the saints and seek to show hospitality. (Romans 12:9-13 ESV)
What We Teach
With First Fruits of Zion teachers Camp Tzadi curriculum focuses on instilling identity, Bible training, and practical tools to living out a kingdom-based faith. Throughout camp there will be daily morning prayers and lessons that are relevant to teenagers and designed to uplift and strengthen Messianic identity.
Anti-Bullying and Safety
In accordance with our camp values, Camp Tzadi upholds the 12-21 Zero Tolerance Policy. We are committed to providing a safe place for your teen both physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Any bullying, harassment, teasing, or negative interactions from any staff member, counselor, or other campers will be immediately addressed and, depending on the violation, could result in an automatic send home. It is our highest concern to care for your teen in a supportive, loving, and kind manner. All staff, counselors, and campers should feel safe at all times. It is a Camp Tzadi priority to create a safe place and culture for all attendees.
Instilling a Healthy Identity
In a world where identity confusion seems to be at the forefront of our culture, Camp Tzadi curriculum will have a central focus on kingdom-based identity for both Messianic Jews and Gentiles. With First Fruits of Zion teachers leading the curriculum, Camp Tzadi is committed to in-depth Bible teaching and identity awareness.
Send your Teen to Camp Tzadi
Our first Camp is not far away. Help your teen plan and prepare now.
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Camp Tzadi 2017
Dates: August 10-20, 2017
Price: $1,000 (can be broken into payments)
Location: Wisconsin Dells, WI
The full tuition for Camp Tzadi is due by July 15th