Project Nehemiah Work Weekend

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PROJECT NEHEMIAH is our volunteer work weekend for adults, youth and children.

This work weekend is named after the Old Testament character Nehemiah.  Nehemiah looked at God's city Jerusalem and saw that it was tired, broken and needed repair.  Nehemiah had a vision to repair the walls of Jerusalem and transform the city from tired, broken and run-down to a new fresh city that was ready for God's great work!

This is the same vision we have for Angeles Crest!  We want to move the camp from tired and worn (from the weather, the campers, etc.) to fresh and new and ready for God's great work this summer!!  This work weekend is designed to repair and renovate our buildings, to landscape the camp grounds, and to prepare the camp for the upcoming summer season. It’s a chance to join together as the Angeles Crest family to keep our facilities in tip-top shape!! 

Project NehemiahWe would love to have you come help prepare the camp facility for our upcoming summer camps!  There are a number of arrival options for the work weekend...  

1.  Friday day arrival - You can get a headstart on Project Nehemiah weekend by coming to work at the camp during the day on Friday and then staying through the weekend.  Lunch and dinner will be provided on Friday.  

2.  Friday evening arrival - You can head up to the camp on Friday night (5:30 pm - 7:00 pm) so that you're ready to go bright and early on Saturday morning. Please let us know if you are planning to come up on Friday evening so we can make arrangements for housing assignments. 

3.  Saturday morning arrival -  Saturday is always the main work day and you are welcome to drive up early on Saturday and arrive early for the work day.  Breakfast is available before the work day begins along with lunch and dinner.  

Whatever time you arrive, feel free to stay over on Saturday night and join us for a Sunday morning breakfast and worship service.  Project Nehemiah concludes on Sunday morning after a special worship service in our Chapel.  

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The Date:  May 26-28, 2017

The Cost:    
$20 per individual (children 5 or under are free)

                    (The registration cost will help us to cover our food expenses)
If you're coming up early to work on Friday during the day, both lunch and dinner will be provided.  If you are coming up on Friday evening, a pizza snack will be provided (not a full meal).  Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided on Saturday and then breakfast is provided on Sunday morning.  

Click the "Register Now" button to register for Project Nehemiah.  If you have any questions regarding Project Nehemiah or registering for the event please call Vicky Stevens at 800-289-8309 or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


There are two housing options: Cabins and RV parking.  Cabin housing will be first come first served and RV sites are limited so please register as soon as possible. 

Project Nehemiah officially begins on Friday night with registration from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.  It concludes with a worship service on Sunday morning from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.  Click below for a copy of the schedule that will show you what is happening for the entire weekend.

                   Project Nehemiah 2017 Schedule 

Project NehemiahWork Projects:
We will have a variety of projects that you can be involved in. Whether you are skilled in the trades or just a willing volunteer there is a place for you.

Carpentry, Plumbing, Painting, Gardening/Landscaping, Brush/Fire Clearance, Electrical, General Cleaning, General repairs. 

Tools To Bring:  
Any of the following tools or hardware you can bring will be helpful: ladders, shovels, rakes, brooms, weed-eaters, tools (screwdrivers, pliers, hammers, etc.), power tools (saws, drills, etc.), extension cords, paint sprayers.  

Click the link below for the General Information Sheet that tells you what you need to bring for Project Nehemiah.

                    Project Nehemiah General Information Sheet

Personal Items to Bring:
Please bring work clothes and gloves for the day (wear work clothes that you don't mind if they get paint or other materials on them).  Since the weather can vary at camp, the best way to prepare is to dress in layers.  Bring a t-shirts, a sweatshirt and jacket in case the weather cools in the evening.  If you're staying over on Friday night or Saturday night, please bring a sleeping bag or bedding, pillow, towel, and toiletries.

Click on the Camp Weather tag to access the current camp weather forecast.  CAMP WEATHER