Frontlines summer camp 2024

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Endure Life's Challenges, Encourage One Another, & Enjoy God's Gifts.

CVCYouth is calling all 5th to 12th graders to embark on a journey of endurance, encouragement, and enjoyment this summer at CVCYouth's annual summer camp, Frontlines Survivor 2024. Inspired by the TV show Survivor, we aim to discover how to not only survive but thrive amidst life's ups and downs.



June 23–28, 2024

Drop off & Pick Up at SVR
Drop off: 3:30pm 6.23.24
Pick up: 12:00pm 6.28.24


Skyview Ranch
7241 Township Rd 319, Millersburg, OH 44654

Packing List

Things You Need to Know

Cell Phones & Electronics

Cell phones, iPads, tablets, and other electronics are not permitted at Frontlines.

We ask that students please leave these things at home in order to focus fully on building relationships with new friends, lifegroup leaders, and - of course - God!


Check-in will be at Skyview Ranch at 3:30 PM on Sunday, June 23rd. (7241 Township Rd 319 Millersburg, Oh.)

Pickup is at 12PM on Friday, June 28th at Skyview Ranch.

CVCYouth does not provide transportation to or from camp. We encourage carpooling!

Notable Numbers

Jack Hopkins - Programming

(216) 904-7224

Dahlia Orth - Registration

(732) 674-8573

Joe Valenti - Emergencies

(440) 813-2849


What happens at Frontlines?

Tribal Games

Sorted into strategic teams, students will be placed into 12 tribes to compete against each other to earn points throughout the week. The tribe with the most points by the end of the week will be victorious and hold posession of the Frontlines Cup!


Join us for CVCYouth's annual Summer camp as we learn how we can endure challenges, encourage one another, and enjoy the gifts that God has for us. Large group teaching, LifeGroups together and devotionals individually will help us learn how God would have us thrive and not just survive in life.


Frontlines is full of upbeat and biblically sound worship. Get ready to worship along with us at Summer Camp by following our Spotify playlist!

Breakout Sessions

Breakout sessions are challenging, fun, team building opportunities. These sessions are designed to encourage students to develop friendships, push students out of their comfort zone and problem solve creative solutions all while having fun!

Community Time

Memories that last a lifetime are made during community time. We let the students choose what they would like to do for a few hours each day. They can choose from a variety of different activities or just take some time to rest from the busyness of camp.

What happened last year?​


Cuyahoga Valley Church offers scholarship money to families that cannot afford camp based on need and availibility.

The process to apply for a scholarship is as follows:

  1. Register for Frontlines
  2. Select the scholarship assistance button on the registration form.
  3. Use the PAY LATER option on the checkout page of the registration form.
  4. A member of the CVCYouth Staff will email you the scholarship application.

No, tribes are strategically made by the CVCYouth staff in order to create intergenerational relationships among students and leaders. Although tribe competitions are short, we utilize this time to create community and give students the opportunity to showcase their skills in a fun setting.

No, unfortunately we cannot accomodate cabin requests. We will ensure that friends of CVC students will be in the same cabin as the friend that invited them (please indicate this information on the registration form). Middle School students are sorted into cabins by grade. High school cabins are mixed grades.

We can’t wait to see you there.