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RCC Family Camp 2021 is currently scheduled for June 13th-19th. Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions in the state of Oregon, our Family Camp will be quite different this year.

We will be staying more local throughout the week, with dinner and the traditional chapel times hosted at RCC’s building in Oregon City itself on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evening, and a full day’s worth of activities at Eagle Fern Camp on Wednesday and Friday. Please check out the “Schedule” link at the top of the page for schedule details.

WARNING: Eagle Creek runs adjacent to the campus along its entire northwestern edge; access to the creek is not restricted. Please keep an eye on your children to prevent them from drowning. NO LIFEGAURD IS ON DUTY.

No alcohol is allowed on Eagle Fern property. Tobacco use is discouraged. The camp asks its guests to limit smoking to the parking lot area.

The Host Church

Reformation Covenant Church (RCC) has been worshiping and learning and doing life together since 1983. We are a loving, caring, and giving group, serving the Lord by serving others. We worship God each Lord’s Day with songs, hymns, Bible teaching, and prayer for one another and for our nation and the world. Week by week we seek God’s grace, so we may continue to grow into spiritually mature men and women by the power of the Holy Spirit.

RCC is committed to Biblical and historic Christian faith “that was once for all delivered to the saints”, which we believe is most faithfully expressed in the tradition that emerged out of the Protestant Reformation, sometimes called the Reformed faith. Reformed faith is a strong commitment to the Word of God in its fullness, gaining understanding of our Creator’s will for us by letting the Word of God speak for itself, letting the Bible interpret the Bible.

RCC is a member of the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches (www.crechurches.org).

About Eagle Fern Camp

RCC’s 2021 Family Camp will feature two full days at Eagle Fern Camp, on Wednesday June 16th and Friday June 18th. Check the schedule for more details.

Eagle Fern Camp is about a 45 minute drive from Oregon City. Although events start at 10 AM officially, you are welcome to show up an hour or two earlier to scout the facilities yourself.

WARNING: Eagle Creek runs along most of the northeastern edge of the campus; access to the creek is not restricted by fencing or other means. Please keep an eye on your children to prevent them from injury or drowning. NO LIFEGAURD IS ON DUTY.

No alcohol is allowed on Eagle Fern property. Tobacco use is discouraged. The camp asks its guests to limit smoking to the parking lot area.

There is little to no cell service at Eagle Fern. A guest phone line is available for your use for both incoming and outgoing calls. It will be available to you throughout your stay. The number is 503-630-5924. There is good WiFi around the buildings. GUEST202!

37700 SE Camp Road

http://eagleferncamp.com/about.html

Guest Speaker

Joshua Appel (M.A., Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando) is a pastor at Trinity Reformed Church. He will be giving a series of talks titled “Keep the Feast: Festivity and the Heart of the Gospel.”

Mr. Appel is also a part-time Fellow at New Saint Andrews College where he teaches theology, gastronomy, and shamelessly promotes the novels of Patrick O’Brian. Joshua and his wife, Sara, who is the church’s youth choir director, have seven children, Blaise, Ella, Merry Blythe, Giles, Magdalen, Nils, and Ila Pearl.