Volunteering is a great opportunity to support Luther Heights Bible Camp. We have a variety of roles, many of which allow you to experience the beauty and community of camp.
We love to host volunteers at our Opening and Closing Work Weekends. Join us as we open up or close down the cabins and facilities to ensure program space is properly taken care of for the enjoyment of others during the camp season. More information, including dates and how to register, can be found under our 'Programs' tab. All ages and skill levels welcome.
From time to time, we ask for volunteers to help in our Boise office with various mailings or events. If you'd like to be on the email list for more information about these opportunities when they arise, please email our office at .
If you are a trained medical professional (M.D., P.A., or R.N.) we would like to invite you to spend a week at camp as our Health Care Manager. Your knowledge and expertise in the medical field is important and ensures the health of and safety of our campers.
The Health Care Manager role is a week-long volunteer position. Your primary role will be dispensing medications and being on-call for first-aid and emergencies. Lodging and meals are included. In thanksgiving for your work at camp, Luther Heights offers one of the following: 1) a Campership for up to two kids (yours, or you may gift them to others), OR 2) a $200 honorarium for the week.
Contact the office at for more information.
If you are connected to a church or ministry, Luther Heights Bible Camp invites you to participate in our programs. Join us for a week or weekend at camp, helping to lead devotion, assist in worship or participate in Bible Study and be a resource for theological questions.
Contact Kelly Preboski, Executive Director, at for more information.
Luther Heights Bible Camp is proud to partner in ministry with many congregations, youth groups, and more to spread the Good News. Check out some of our congregations below and feel free to contact them about ways to get involved with ministry down from the mountain.