Family Week has been a traditional part of Jumonville’s summer camping program for 75 years. Held between the end of July and the beginning of August every year, this 8 day 7 night event is a favorite for hundreds of faithful “Family Weekers” that make the journey every year. While some families have been coming for multiple generations, new families attend every year.
The cost for the full week of Family Week for 2017 is as follows:
|Ages||Registration*||Room & Board||Total Cost|
|Ages 13 years and over||$40||$382||$422|
|Ages 3 through 12||$25||$191||$216|
|Ages under 3 years||$10||$25||$35|
The registration fee is based on four days or more. Under 4 days is half rate. Room & Board is prorated for shorter stays. Click here for information on FINANCIAL AID.
The date for Family Week 2017 is Saturday, July 22nd – Saturday July 29th. Come join us! You’ll be glad you did.
Due to a very generous matching gift from a Family Week friend and donor, new families qualify for a 25% discount off of their total cost of attending Family Week. Click here to complete a form for the 25% NEW FAMILY DISCOUNT. In addition, financial aid is available to help any family that would like to attend Family Week but would have trouble paying the full cost of attending Family Week.
Jumonville is the greatest! I’d encourage each and every person in this world to sign up. It will be one of the best experiences of your life and the best I believe Christian experience. My Dean and counselors were the greatest people I ever met. They are the most caring and understanding people in this world.Bill Smith
This year’s speaker is Matthew Price
Matthew was born and raised in West Virginia, but transferred into the Western PA Conference of the UMC last year in 2016. That same year he was appointed as the Senior Pastor of the South Hills Partnership of churches in Pittsburgh. Matthew attended seminary at Duke Divinity School in North Carolina, earning Master of Divinity and Master of Theology degrees, and was ordained in the United Methodist Church in 2015. He was a Preacher’s Kid (PK) and is a lifelong United Methodist. He love preaching and teaching God’s Word, reading all different kinds of books, and spending time with his wife, Jessica, and one-year-old daughter, Naomi. They are very excited to spend time at Jumonville this summer! .
This year’s carnival theme is “Back to the Future.”
Join us as we celebrate 75 years of Family Week. Stay tuned for the special 75th anniversary activities.
- Adventure Center
- Bible Study
- Crafts General
- Disc Golf
- Gaga Ball
- King Swing
- Mountain Boards
- Nine Square in the Air
- Music & Singing
Meet your Dean, Dan Kelley
Jumonville has always been special to Dan as he grew up here in the summers of the 50’s and 60’s. Dan graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College and recently retired from Penn State Hershey Medical Center. After a many year hiatus, he reconnected with Family Weekers he grew up with or worked with on the kitchen staff. He sees Family Week as a time for families and individuals to disconnect from the world and have an opportunity to share and grow physically, mentally, socially and spiritually in intimate and safe surroundings, while having great time.