Volunteer

Your God-given talents are needed here.

Volunteers are a vital part of our camps, serving both behind the scenes and out front, to help provide campers with exciting adventures and inspiring spiritual experiences. Black Diamond is ideal for volunteer groups or individuals who are led to serve.

Our multi-generational volunteer corps draws people from all walks of life with a wide range of talents, skills, and experiences.

Property Maintenance

Handy with a saw, hammer and drill? We always have needs for property maintenance, like changing lightbulbs, unclogging drains, fixing switches or shoring up fences. It’s a big place and there’s no end to things that need fixin’. Our volunteer tradesmen help us get the job done with their craftsmanship, skill and expertise. If you’re skilled in the art of DIY, we can use your talents.

Groundskeeping

We’re a growing camp in more ways than one. And there’s a lot of green stuff that needs trimming, pruning or cutting. With well over 80 acres, it’s quite a job to care for it all. We let nature have its way with most of it but many areas require the skilled hands of hardy types who are part skilled woodsmen and part artisan groundskeepers who can trim and shape the land to meet the needs of our camps.

Communications

Do you have a way with words? Or have a gift for telling stories with photography? Help us write articles or take photos about the ministry happening at Black Diamond Camp. There are many wonderful stories to share that go on in the camps and programs and we need savvy writers and talented photographers to help us.

Food Service

Our greatest and most direct need is in food service. Feeding the masses is a monumental task that we pull off three times every day. Most of our volunteers work in the dining facilities during meals where they have a “front line” chance to serve up a Christ-like example to hungry campers. It’s gratitude made to order!

My daughter said this was the best camp she has ever been to. She can’t wait to come back again. Each day when I picked her up she looked tired and happy after her full day. Up until this point, Maddy has had children’s Story Bibles. The camp checklist prompted us to purchase her first real Bible of her very own. She is really proud of her Bible and she will always associate it with the camp.

Jessica

Day Camp

Again, big THANKS for all your hard work in making our retreat this past weekend a phenomenal time for our students and leaders. We had many students make decisions to make following Jesus a more central part of their lives, and your work is part of that ministry! We’re grateful.

Brian

Bethany Community Church

This will stand as a pivotal moment in many students faith going forward. Thanks!

Taylor

Little Church On the Prairie Lakewood Grace