Team members will need to be 18 and older. The main activity of the team will be a Junior camp along with some other service and outreach. The team will work alongside Tanalian Bible Camp, which works with the Bible-believing churches in rural Alaska. They provide opportunities for evangelism, discipleship, and Christian fellowship through camping, conferences, retreats, and Biblical education.
Did You Know?
Tanalian Bible Camp is located in the community of Port Alsworth, Alaska. Port Alsworth is on the shores of Lake Clark near Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, approximately 175 miles southwest of Anchorage. Like so many of the rural communities it serves, Tanalian Bible Camp Christian Summer Camps are only accessible by air.
Tanalian Bible Camp was formed to bring the remote populations and churches together for fellowship and growth.
79% of Alaskans are Protestant Christians, 14% are Roman Catholic followed by Orthodoxy at 12.5% and Latter-day Saints at 4%. Jehovah's Witnesses and other Christian sects make up less than 0.5% of the population. Judaism (0.9%), Islam (0.5%), Buddism (<0.5%), Hinduism (<0.5%), other faiths (2.5%) represented less than 5% of the population. A large percentage (17%) of the Alaskan population is not affiliated with any religion.