News & Updates

See & read about what is going on in the Warm Beach Camp & Conference Center community

Camp Reimagined

In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, Warm Beach Camp is exploring new ways to reach out to campers and their families and continue to keep the path clear to the cross. 

As an organization, Warm Beach Camp is growing and adapting to these new norms quickly so we can continue to minister effectively. Some of these changes include the Kids 2 Camp Benefit Auction being held on-line, Oasis Family Camp will be offering Stay-and-Play options to meet social distancing standards, and riding lessons resuming with new class sizes and health and safety standards. 

Warm Beach Camp is now also offering Outdoor Education YouTube videos that are engaging, informative and will keep you connected to your camp family. The outdoors are a strong representation of God’s love and care for His people and our outdoor education staff have taken the time to create videos to teach us more about its intricate design. You can find them here: https://www.youtube.com/warmbeachcamp   

Warm Beach Camp is committed to safe ministry through every stage of re-opening by following government mandates. We look forward to offering our guests a Christ-filled camp experience in new and innovative ways while reflecting the heart of God. 

Thank you for being a part of this journey.  

-Jessica Wilson, Development Director
Warm Beach Camp and Conference Center

Connecting Jesus

Then Jesus took them through the writings of Moses and all the prophets, explaining from all the Scriptures the things concerning himself. Luke 24:27 NLT Have you ever wanted to spend a few hours with a person to just be influenced and taught by them for a little while? Imagine being able to do that with Jesus! The unknown third person (Jesus) took the time to walk with these two on this 7-mile journey through the writings of Moses and ...

Come a Little Closer

I stopped in to visit my Father-In-Law, now 90 years old. He is a farm kid athlete from Snohomish WA. “Crazy Legs” was his nickname for speed and agility in football and track. In High School, the Lord got hold of his life, and he ended up being a pastor. As I knocked on his door, he met me with tears of joy in his eyes as he had been reflecting on a particular Sunday a long time ago when ...

The New Horsemanship Donor Relations Coordinator

Warm Beach Camp is excited to announce Mary-Grace Wallace as the first Horsemanship Donor Relations Coordinator! Mary-Grace was born and raised in Sedro Woolley, Washington. She attended Central Washington University, has a background in Genealogy, a Veterinary Technician degree, and is currently taking online equine classes to expand her expertise within the equine field. Mary-Grace has diverse work experience, including being a Veterinary Technician, a contractor for the Washington State Treasurer’s office for fifteen years, worked as a fundraising consultant ...