JAM Camp

JAM Camp

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Jesus Adventure & Me Camp

Jesus Adventure and Me: A week JAM-packed with adventures and activities adapted especially for youth and adults (age 14-99) with intellectual disabilities. Activities will include ropes course, Adventure Center, archery,  hiking, cookouts, games, Bible lessons and more! Outings will include a 7 mile float trip down the Yough River led by specific staff that are trained by Special Olympics, a trip to Laurel Caverns, picnicking, and hiking. All activities will be adapted to meet each camper’s individual skills and abilities by trained, qualified volunteers. Most importantly, at JAM camp, through Bible Study, song, and prayer, campers will learn and grow in their relationship with Christ. Campers must be able to care for their basic needs (showering, toileting and eating) with minimal assistance and must be able to conduct themselves in a positive manner.  This is a 5 night event!

Activities Include

Meet your Dean, Rayna Antol

Rayna has a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Special Education from Lock Haven and Youngstown Universities. Rayna taught students with multiple disabilities, cognitive delays and Autism for 15 years. She taught special education undergraduates for 5 years at Youngstown State University and supervised student teachers at the University of Akron. Rayna has also been a Director of Special Education and has established county-wide programs in Ohio for students (aged K-22) with Autism and significant intellectual disabilities. In her 25 year career in Special Education, Rayna has served in two states, seven school districts, a vocational school and four Educational Service Centers. Rayna strives to empower people with disabilities to stretch outside their comfort zone physically, emotionally and spiritually! 

Rayna spent 6 years as a camper at Jumonville and 2 years on summer staff. Rayna is excited to share Jesus Christ's Good News and looks forward to accommodating the cognitive and physical needs of  campers with disabilities so they can experience Jumonville and Christ's love to the fullest extent possible!

Meet your Dean, Rev. Megan Berkebile

Rev. Megan Berkebile, MA, LBS is the pastor at Fells United Methodist Church in Rostraver Township, PA. Megan attended West Virginia Wesleyan College where she studied Christian Education and Music. She then attended the Methodist Theological School in Ohio where she received a Master of Divinity and a Master of Arts in Counseling Ministries. As a licensed Behavior Specialist in the state of PA, Megan spent over 5 years supporting children with mental and behavioral health needs, specifically children with autism. Megan is a part of the Disability Concerns committee for the WPAUMC.