Support Camp Calvary

There are many ways you can support Camp Calvary with your time, talent and treasure. Here are some:

  1. Camp Calvary needs and wish list
  2. Provide a scholarship for a camper
  3. Volunteer to serve at camp!

Select Contact:
Rich and Barb Weaver
Maintenance and Food Service

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Telephone: 717-933-8902


Family: Married 46 yrs. with three daughters, two son-in-laws, six grandsons and two granddaughters.

Rich: Graduated in 1960 from Christopher Dock Mennonite High School
Barb: Graduated in 1963 from Schwenksville High School. Graduated in 1963 from Bryland Institute of Cosmetology.

Previous experience:
Rich: Grew up on a dairy farm and worked two summers as Stonemason’s apprentice. 38 yrs. operating heavy equipment in construction projects and pipelines and moving heavy equip. over the road, class A drivers license.
Barb: Worked as a hairdresser for six years before becoming a full time mom.

Favorite verse:
Rich: 1Timothy 1:12b For I know whom I have believed and am persuaded that He is able to keep that which I have committed unto Him against that day.

Barb: Isaiah 41:10 Fear thou not; for I am with thee. Be not dismayed; for I am thy God. I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.

Why Camp Calvary?
Rich: “I went to camp several years as a boy and had an idea of the impact a good Christian camp could have on a young person, but didn’t fully comprehend it until there was a survey taken in our church, showing that 66% of respondents said that they made a life-changing decision at a Christian camp. When we were asked to come to Camp Calvary, we jumped at the chance, believing that the Lord would enable us to do the things that were expected of us there.”

Barb: “I attended Christian camp for several years as a young person and loved the experience. As an adult I loved entertaining and often said I would have company all the time if someone else paid the bill. When asked if I would help in the kitchen for the Senior High week, I once again enjoyed the entire camp setting. When the Lord opened the door for us to move here in 1993, it was abundantly over and above anything I could even imagine.”