Parent FAQ

Parent FAQ

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign my camper up for summer camp?
When registration is available, a "Register for Camp" link will appear on our website. Click it, fill out the registration form and wait for an email with next steps which will include health form and waivers for the particular week(s) of camp you selected.
I want to send my camper to camp, but I need financial help. What do I do?
We love that you want to send your camper and that you are willing to seek out means to make that possible! We never want finances to be the reason a camper is unable to encounter Jesus. We recommend determining how much you can afford to pay and talking with your local pastor to see if someone at your church is willing to help with all or a portion of the cost. If you do not have a home church, reach out to a few churches in the area to see if they might help. Then contact Chris at with that information and she will make it possible for your child to come to camp,
My church (or someone else) is paying for camp, but the online registration is requiring a deposit. What do I do?
Contact Chris at with that information and she will help you.
The balance on my camper’s account is not fully paid. Can I still bring my camper to camp?
Yes, we never want finances to be the reason a camper is unable to encounter Jesus. We ask that upon check-in at the start of camp, you let the director know you need to work with someone on a payment plan and provide the best way to reach you and Chris will be in touch.
When is check-in and pick up?
Check-in is from 3 to 4 pm on Sunday afternoons on your starting camp date. When you arrive at your LOMIK Camp location, follow the direction of the Summer Staff and signs will lead you to check-in. The closing program begins at 2 pm on Friday for all full weeks of camp. Follow the signs to get to the closing program and you will get directions from there. For Pilgrim Camps the closing program is Wednesday at 2 pm – follow the signs.
What if I need special arrangements for my camper such as late arrival, early pick up, someone else picking up my child, leaving for a doctor’s appointment during camp?
If you will be arriving late, please contact Chris at or text 574-370-1622 with your camper name, which camp location they are attending and your arrival time. The Summer Director will be the one to meet you onsite when you arrive. The Summer Director will have forms to fill out at check-in for anything that happens during the week at camp or regarding pick up.
Can I send mail to my camper?
Yes, we love handing out mail to campers! At check-in there are boxes for each day of the camp week that you can put your letters in. (No need for stamps if you bring them to check in). United States Postal Service is a bit slow at camp, so if you are mailing something to a camper, please mail it a week ahead of time to the camp location they will be attending.
What about email?
LOMIK camps DO NOT have the ability to email campers and parents during the camp week.
What if my camper has medicine? Do they keep it?
Great question! During the summer each site has a Health Officer who is responsible for responding to camper health concerns, injuries, sickness and medication distribution. Any medication brought onto camp (including over-the-counter (OTC) medications) must be turned in to the Health Officer in its original container. The Health Officer will take care of distributing medication to campers as directed at the appropriate times. You will be able to talk to the Health Officer at check-in and pick up medication after the closing program before you return home.