RCC Family Camp 2018

From Sunday night June 10th after 6 PM (no dinner provided) through June 16th Saturday morning breakfast.

Join with other committed Christians for a week of fun, fellowship, food and fundamentals of the faith, at the beautiful Oregon Coast!

The Host Church


RCC is a Bible-believing church which affirms the early creeds of the historic church, and orthodox doctrines such as the Trinity, justification by faith, six-day creation, hell, etc. We also affirm the theology of the Protestant Reformation (writings of John Calvin, John Knox, Martin Luther, the Westminster Confession and Catechisms, the Three Forms of Unity, etc.) We are committed to the rigorous application of the Christian faith to all areas of life, including education and political action.

About The Camp

Twin Rocks is a beautiful Christian Campground on the Oregon coast,  featuring its own lake with swimming, boating, and fishing, and a pedestrian bridge across Highway 101 providing direct and safe access to the beach. A knotty pine dining room, friendly staff, and excellent food with fresh baked breads make it truly exceptional. Add to these fine features the warm fellowship of the church family from Reformation Covenant Church and you have the makings of a great family vacation. The schedule will afford many opportunities to explore the Oregon Coast, visit the Tillamook Cheese Factory and dozens of other popular destinations north and south of Rockaway.

Welcome to Twin Rocks


Terry Tollefson , pastor at Christ Covenant Church in Lostine, OR will be teaching at the morning and evening chapel sessions.

Terry Tollefson grew up in Goleta, California where he graduated from Santa Barbara City College with a bachelors in geology.  He moved to Portland, Oregon, to attend Multnomah School of the Bible. There he met Bonnie, his wife of 36 years.
He has pastored three churches over the course of 33 years, all in Oregon. While at the first congregation in Westport, Westport Community Church, he worked with S.A.L.T. (student active leadership training), a ministry of Mission Church Fellowship. There he trained young people how to conduct and teach vacation Bible schools, ministering to small congregations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia. As the homeschool movement grew, he also ran Homeschool Outdoor Education Camps, and taught the geology camps. During this time he moved to Elgin in Union County, Eastern Oregon. A church was planted, Grace Bible Church and as it grew they sent him over to neighboring Wallowa County, where another church was planted, Christ Covenant Church. He has lived in Wallowa for 18 years. During this time he has worked together with Gene Helsel and Joost Nixon to run the summer sanctus northwest camps.
They have six grown children and ten grandchildren.

Sasha Pavliuk, pastor of Holy Trinity Reformed Church in Dunaivtsi, Ukraine will be the Camp’s missions speaker for 2018.


The schedule is “in progress” and will be changing as events are added, removed or moved, so check back often.