Warm Beach Camp Korea
Summer English Camp and Leadership Ministry
Warm Beach Camp sends a ministry team to South Korea for two weeks in the summer to partner with Myungsun church, a Presbyterian church in Suwon, south of Seoul. The Korean and American ministry teams come together to teach English to kids, participate in missions projects in the local community, and lead an English Camp for 60-70 Korean children. English Camp offers language lessons, games, sports, crafts, and more! You will fall more in love with Jesus seeing Him at work abroad.
Warm Beach Camp Korea aims for the transformation of hearts and lives in Jesus Christ for both US team members and the people of Korea.
Team members are blessed as they:
- Share the message of Christ through English language lessons and camp activities
- Build life-long friendships
- Experience Asian culture
Warm Beach Korea trip is scheduled for July 30 – August 13. Applications are closed for 2019. The 2020 trip will be announced in November 2019.
The Warm Beach Camp Korea team consists of a trip leader from Warm Beach Camp, one Camp Pastor, and 10-15 team members.
English Instructors, Age 18+
- Previous experience teaching in church or school
- English teaching preferred but not required
Program Team, Age 14+
- Participate in leadership classes with Korean youth
- Lead games, sports, music, crafts, etc.
Muyngsun provides equal numbers of young adult leaders who work with our team as a unified staff.
Mission Trip Details
Warm Beach Camp Korea mission trip for 2019 is scheduled for July 30-Aug. 13.
Cost: approximately $2,250 per person (subject to change)
WBC Korea Leadership
General Manager, COO
Pat is the Chief Operating Officer at Warm Beach Camp and Conference Center. He has worked in camp ministry for over 34 years and has a passion for ministry. He serves as Chairman on the Sister Connection board, a ministry that serves widows of war in Burundi, Africa. Pat also serves on the Board of Directors for Immanuel University, a school in India that serves the Dalit community. He has a master’s degree in Christian Studies from Regent College and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Liberty University.