Senior Week

June 24 – June 29, 2018
(Incoming 9th grade – 2018 high school graduates)

Manage Account / Payments
Staff Registration

Junior Week

July 1 – July 6, 2018
(Incoming 5th – 8th grade students)

(Staff  & Big Brothers/Sisters will stay until Friday afternoon to close out & pack up.)

Camp Koinonia is a Christian summer camp located in Central Texas. One week is dedicated to high school students (incoming 9th graders through high school graduates) and the other week is dedicated to incoming 5th grade through 8th grade students. At Camp Koinonia, students get the opportunity to experience and learn about God in new and exciting ways each day. Our camp includes worship times, keynote speakers, small groups discussions, team games and sports, free time and lots of time to enjoy being together in God´s fellowship. Our hope is that Camp Koinonia equips students to make real life decisions based on their relationship with the Lord and return home to put their faith into action.

Camp Koinonia is designed to meet two goals: First, for the Gospel of Jesus Christ to be delivered to students in a very special and powerful way. Second, to make sure that every camper experiences what our name represents: a time of true Christian fellowship.

General Info

Camp K is a Christian summer camp in Central Texas that encourages pre-teens and teenagers to learn more about God and how to apply their faith to every day experiences. Our goals are to deliver the Gospel of Jesus Christ to campers in a powerful way, and to make sure that every camper experiences true Christian fellowship.

Camp K is for pre-teen, junior high and high school students. Boys and girls going into the 5th grade through 2018 high school graduates are all eligible to attend camp. All students, regardless of religious affiliation, are welcome.

We use the facilities at Hensel Youth Camp, located about 30 miles west of IH-35 just off FM-1431 towards Marble Falls, Texas.     Directions to Camp Hensel

Camp K is one of the greatest values in Christian summer camps at only $225, if registered before June 1. This covers the entire week of camp, including food & lodging, all crafts, activities, snacks, and a camp t-shirt. A $30 deposit is required with the online application. The remainder of the camp cost is due on or before June 1, 2018. Campers not paid in full by this date are subject to lose their reservation and deposit to other students who are on the waiting list. For campers registering on or after June 1, the price of Camp K will be $245 (this helps offset costs associated with later registrations).


How Camp K got started
“Koinonia” is a Greek word meaning “fellowship.” Camp Koinonia was established by the Belton Church of Christ of Belton, Texas in August 1975 as a special opportunity for young men and women to grow in Christian fellowship with each other and with the Lord. Under the oversight of the Belton Church of Christ elders and staffed by faithful members of area churches, Camp Koinonia offers pre-teen, junior high, and high school students positive spiritual guidance and encouragement in a time of deception, doubt and hopelessness.

Over the years, Camp Koinonia has become an effort of many Central Texas churches and through that time, the impact of Camp K has steadily increased. Relationships have been built at camp that have lasted for years. Even more importantly, relationships with the Lord Jesus Christ have been challenged, changed, strengthened, built, developed, reinforced and encouraged for a lifetime of service to the Almighty God.

Many thanks go to the men and women of the past 41 years who have poured their sweat, tears, laughter, blood and more into Camp Koinonia. Camp K wouldn’t be the same without each of them!

Camp Handbook and Details

Journey Groups

These small groups are built for discussion and learning in a more intimate environment. Groups are typically 10 to 15 students with two leaders. Throughout the week of camp, journey groups examine and explore passages of Scripture, tough topics and life application from lessons learned throughout the week.

Praise and Worship

Our campers have the opportunity to enter into worship of the Lord in an environment that encourages them to worship freely and passionately. Morning worship typically includes some time to learn new songs while evening worship solely focuses on the throne of the Lord.

Keynote Speakers

Each night, we’ll have a speaker deliver a lesson that highlights the most important aspect of the day’s theme. Speakers may differ on a nightly basis but the goal is always to help our campers explore the Word of the Lord in powerful and challenging ways.

Follies & Canteen

Follies is a time for fun, laughter and encouraging one another. It isn’t a talent show but it gives our campers the opportunity to demonstrate special skills or interesting skits in front of the entire camp. Canteen is where the campers get snacks and have a time of relaxing and fellowship before follies.

Team Games & Free Time

Each afternoon, we have about an hour of physical activity to encourage relationship-building and physical health. Often we connect to one another through activity, so we take this time to play fun, ridiculous and exciting games together. Some days even include water to cool down from the Texas summer heat! The campers also have free time each day, which includes a variety of options such as crafts, swimming, sports and board games.

Bible Class

We have daily Bible classes for in-depth studying and exploring of God’s Word. Classes are divided by grade level and are co-taught by some of the best Bible teachers in Central Texas. We use activities, games, crafts, movement, and more to create an engaging and meaningful class experience for all campers.

Camp K Handbook
Camper Commitment
Camp K Rules
Refund Policy
Directions to Camp Hensel

Big Brothers / Big Sisters

General Info
Big Brothers and Big Sisters is a mentoring program enabling high school students to serve as group leaders during  Junior Week.  This program has brought incredible leadership training and preparation to our high school students and has greatly impacted our younger campers.

We can only accept a limited number of students to participate as Big Brothers and Big Sisters. We will consider all applications, but please understand that we are looking for the best role models and Christ-like examples for our junior campers.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Mentor 8-10 campers in 5th – 8th grade.
  • Pray for and love on junior high campers all week.
  • Assist the cabin counselors with cabin relationships, cabin time and cabin cleanup.
  • Journey Group leader for your group of students.
  • Games coordinators or team coaches.
  • General help to make Camp Koinonia run effectively for pre-teen and teen campers.
  • Have regular meeting times in preparation for Camp K, and throughout the week of camp with the Big Brother and Big Sister team.

This is Serious Service
You should know before applying to be a Big Brother/Big Sister program that it can be a tough, draining, yet rewarding week of service to the junior campers. It is not a week of vacation; it is much more like a mission trip. It requires maturity and selflessness on the part of all Big Brothers/Big Sisters to put the pre-teen and junior high students’ needs and wants before your own. Please be sure to pray about this commitment and service, as well as talk it over with your parents and mentors.  We look forward to another GREAT year of ministry together.


An Army of Volunteers
Every year, men and women from around Central Texas give up a week, or sometimes two weeks of the summer, of their lives to spend time serving the pre-teens and teens at Camp Koinonia. These men and women are an invaluable resource and the heart of the work done at Camp K. Camp could not run without staff, as they are the ones who run all the activities, prepare the meals, teach the classes and mentor the campers. We would like to thank every member of the camp staff as we look forward to another successful year of camp.

Camp is always in need of valuable staff members to fill several key positions, but in order to keep camper costs down, we have limited availability for staff members. Since staff members volunteer their time and aren’t asked to contribute financially towards their week at camp, we have to set a maximum number of positions available for staff members. To be a part of Camp K staff this year, you’ll need to apply and be flexible regarding your role at camp.

A Note on Discounts for Staff Member’s kids –
As an incentive to our camp staff members and in order to recruit the top-quality staff, we make a partial discount available to children of staff members who may need help sending them to camp. Though scholarship funds are limited, we do want to offer this as a resource. If you are able to volunteer for camp and are not in need of the discount, please notify the camp director, Bruce Beaver.

Abuse Awareness
Staff Resources