Camp Hanover creates space where different people experience God's love as they practice living and working together, something that is more important in today's culture now than it has ever been. As a Presbytery, your mission dollars fund the laughter, worship, play, work, spiritual growth, and renewal that children, youth, and adults experience in Christian community through summer camps and retreat programs, environmental stewardship and education, and volunteer mission service opportunities.

Camp Hanover Pursuing Incorporation

Presbyteries across PC(USA) have transitioned their camps to incorporated structures. Similarly, Camp Hanover Ministries Board believes moving to an incorporated structure is the key to keeping your camp healthy, strong, relevant, and organized in a way to best meet the challenges of operating in today’s complex world.

At the February Presbytery of the James stated meeting, Tim Beane, moderator of the Camp Hanover Ministries Board, introduced drafts of incorporation documents and a covenant agreement for a first reading. At the June presbytery meeting, a vote will be taken on a motion to approve the documents and incorporate Camp Hanover.


Timothy Beane, moderator

Neil Palmer, vice-moderator

Doug Walters, executive director


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To provide a place apart for renewal and growth in an environment of Christian hospitality.