At Summit Grove, we design very little of our own programming. Instead, we structure our programming through intentional partnerships – collaborative efforts to foster a community that aligns with our mission: allowing people to encounter God, connect with others, and enjoy life.
We are interested in partnering/collaborating with:
Ministries, churches, and networks offering programming that is open to anyone
Gatherings focused on prayer, worship, preaching, discipleship, and revival
Camps (sports, outdoor, youth, homeschool, the arts, discipleship, missions)
Family-friendly concerts, activities, and events
Training programs & educational series
Camping & outdoor recreation organizations
Examples of current collaborations:
Be Still Retreat: Women’s retreat for encountering God’s healing presence
Family Camp: Week-long gathering for families with biblical training, worship and fun
Harvest Party: Collaboration with student ministries; open activities for youth
Tabernacle 2020: 50 hours of continuous prayer and worship
What we provide to make your vision a reality:
Meeting space and grounds
Recreational activities and things to do
Marketing and promotional help
Collaboration on optimizing your event
For more information:
We have a full calendar of engaging activities, kids’ camps, community events, and programs/retreats that foster biblical discipleship and a deeper connection to God and others. Most of the programming on our calendar is in partnership with a ministry, church group, or community organization—but is open to anyone—regardless of your denomination, culture, age, or stage in your journey of faith. We do what we do best so that you (and your ministry, group, camp, or community organization) can flourish in what you do best!
"We were so blessed to find a place like Summit Grove to host the presence of the Lord. The power and the presence of the Holy Spirit was so tangible as we worshipped day and night. I pray that seeking and hosting the presence of the Lord becomes the main event once again at Summit Grove."