Man Camp

  • All Ages Welcome
  • $135 for Overnight Guests
    $99 for Commuters
  • TBA for 2024
Man Camp is designed to ignite passionate living for God through delicious food, outdoor activities, engaging worship, and messages of conviction. Man camp is an opportunity for you to connect with God and with others.

Defiant Buffalo will be back this year to provide music for the weekend. Join us for a great time of faith, food, friends, and fellowship. Become the man God has called you to be and be the light in a dark world.

Activities Include:

  • Paintball
  • Shooting Sports
  • Great Chapel Sessions
  • Delicious Food!
*If you are planning to participate in any of the shooting sports you MUST attend the first session.

**Winners of the competitions will be announced at the closing session. Winners must be present to claim their prize.

There will be an opportunity to give an offering to support the camp and we will be having a camp raffle.

We are not accepting check payments this year due to the number of no-shows in the past. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.

Non-refundable deposit: The Man Camp $50 deposit is non-refundable. The deposit is due at the time registration. If Seneca Hills would cancel the event for any reason all payments will be refunded in full.

Bring your own firearm(s) and ammunition. “Cold Range” rules apply to all firearms. Handguns must be holstered or cased. Long guns must be cased or must have an empty chamber indicator. Caliber is limited to 22LR to 45ACP, no magnum or reduced neck cartridges.

Jamie Sellers

Our Man Camp speaker is Jamie Sellers. Jamie has been married to Julie for 28 years. They are parents of 3 and have 6 grandchildren and live in St. Augustine Beach, Florida. Jamie is an avid waterman. Fishing and surfing are the main pastimes along with lots of relational time with family and friends. He is a DIY guy in just about everything. From fixing the house to the car to the boat… you get the idea.

Jamie grew up outside the church and found his way in soon after college. Ended up going to seminary as a mid-life crisis and did Church ministry for a number of years. Now he does all his ministry as a volunteer and works with a consulting firm serving Christian organizations all over the country.