Family Camp 2021


Register now for Family Camp

Enjoy fellowship, worship, and a guest speaker with your church family. Family Camp is a time of fun, outdoor recreation and spiritual refreshment in a beautiful setting! 

Plan now to attend Family Camp on October 1, 2, and 3, 2021, at Pinecrest Camp and Conference Center in Fredericktown, MO. Visit 

In response to COVID-19, Pinecrest has implemented new low-touch dining, and we’re exploring other safety measures for social distancing during group sessions and low-contact children’s programs.

Please register online now!If you’re planning to join us for Family Camp this year, please sign up as soon as possible so we can get an estimate of attenders.
Click here for details.

What to expect

Pinecrest Camp (1252 Hwy C Fredericktown, MO 63645) 

Sheets, bedding and pillows (see bed sizes listed above), bath towels, Bible, toiletries, comfy shoes, and optionally—swimsuits and fishing gear. All meals and snacks are covered in your cost!

Between 6-7pmDrive through Pinecrest Camp and park in the gravel lot on your left facing the lake. The Pinecrest Chapel will be on the left when facing the lake. Go here for check-in before unloading!

Begins in the foyer of the Pinecrest Chapel at 6pm on Friday. If arriving late, come straight to the Friday night session and then meet in the Chapel foyer after the session for late check-in.

Begins in the Pinecrest Chapel at 7pm on Friday and ends with a snack around 8:45pm. Be sure to eat dinner on your way down to Pinecrest on Friday evening!

Pinecrest Camp Office: 573.783.3534, Erin Wodicker: 314.974.2572, Louann Glunt: 314.570.9686

Family Camp Schedule 2021

Friday Evening
6:00-7:00pm Registration in Pinecrest Chapel Foyer
7:00 Singing – Pinecrest Chapel
7:45 Session 1: Work—Click here to Livestream
8:45 Late Registration – Pinecrest Chapel Foyer
9:00-9:30 Snacks – Dining Hall
9:00-12:00am Free Time, Gym Open
12:00am In your room

6:30am Coffee in the Dining Hall
8:00 Breakfast
9:00 Singing – Pinecrest Chapel
9:15 Session 2: The Body, I—Click here to Livestream

10:30 Singing – Pinecrest Chapel
10:45 Session 3: The Body, II—Click here to Livestream

12 noon Lunch
1-6pm Free time
6:00 Dinner
7:00 Trivia Night – Pinecrest Chapel
9:00 Bonfire and Snack
12:00am In your room

6:30am Coffee – Dining Hall
9:30 Singing and Celebration – Pinecrest Chapel—Click here to Livestream
11:30 Communion and Baptisms
12 Noon Lunch

Drive home safely!

Cost and Accommodations based on lodging type

Includes 2 nights lodging and all meals, Saturday breakfast through Sunday lunch.

Details for housing costs differ by category, see below. Once we have all the housing preferences, we will finalize the cost per family and send each registrant an email with their housing assignment, including bed sizes, so they know what to pack. You will be notified of the final cost including a link for online payment by credit card. You may also make payment by check upon arrival at Family Camp—please write “Family Camp registration” on the memo line.

For questions about Family Camp 2021, or to request financial assistance, please email Erin Wodicker at

Mark your calendar and plan to join us! 

Our Special Guest Speaker:
Dr. Dan M. Doriani

Wellspring is pleased to welcome Guest Speaker Dr. Dan M. Doriani, who will speak to us on Everyday Theology.

After a decade as Senior Pastor of Central Presbyterian Church in Clayton, Missouri, Dr. Doriani returned to Covenant Seminary full time in October 2013 to serve as Vice President of Strategic Academic Projects and Professor of Theology. In 2019, he became Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology.

In this role, he teaches three core courses for the Master of Divinity (MDiv) program—Christian Ethics, Reformation and Modern Church History, and Gospels—as well as some elective courses in New Testament Exegesis and Doctor of Ministry courses. 

Among his many books are Getting the Message: A Plan for Interpreting and Applying the Bible; Putting the Truth to Work: The Theory and Practice of Biblical Application; The Life of a God-Made Man; commentaries on Matthew, Romans (forthcoming), 2 Timothy, James, and 1 Peter in P&R’s Reformed Expository Commentaries series; and Matthew in Crossway’s commentary based on the ESV.

He is also a contributing blogger for The Gospel Coalition and has a regular blog, Faith and Work, with the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. His most recent books, both from 2019, are Work: Its Purpose, Dignity, and Transformation and James: Portrait of a Living Faith (with Jon Nielson). He is also the founder of The Center for Faith and Work STL, a discipleship ministry focusing on business leaders.

Dr. Doriani and his wife, Debbie, live in Chesterfield, Missouri, and have three grown daughters and two grandchildren.


Pinecrest offers multiple housing types that can comfortably accommodate large families, small families, couples and single individuals! All of Pinecrest’s housing accommodations are modest – some brand new, some newly renovated, and some quite rustic. Number and size of beds vary by housing selection, and you’ll be notified of bed details after your registration. All housing has both heating and air conditioning, and attached bathrooms (some private, some shared – see the Housing Preference section below for details!). You’ll need to bring your own bedding (sheets, pillows and blankets) and bath towels for your stay at Pinecrest.

Housing costs are for the full weekend (2 nights and all meals) range from $105 – $125 per attendee ages 12 – adult, and $53 – $63 per attendee ages 4 – 11 (ages 3 and under are free). Housing will be assigned based on number and age of attendees per family and on general preference selected below.

Housing Options:

  • Dorm-style housing – This is Pinecrest’s budget-option. Typically large open rooms with bunk beds and in some cases, large dorm-style shared bathrooms. Large families sometimes choose a dorm and will receive one entire dorm room and one large bathroom accessible only to that family. Cost per person: $110 (ages 12 – adult); $55 (ages 4 – 11) childen 3 and younger are free.
  • Cabin and Motel-style housing – These accommodations vary in size and style depending on the family size. These accommodations all have private bathrooms. Cost per person: $125 (ages 12 – adult); $63 (ages 4 – 11); children 3 and younger are free.
  • Lodge and House-style housing, these are the largest and/or more newly built/renovated accommodations with private bathrooms. Cost per person: $135 (ages 12 – adult); $65 (ages 4 – 11); children 3 and younger are free.
  • Camping – Bring your own tent and camp out in Pinecrest’s camp ground for $30 per tent for 2 nights plus the cost of meals ($4 – $9/meal). Shower-houses are provided.
  • RV Sites – Bring your own camper and plug in to Pinecrest’s RV Sites for $60 for 2 nights plus the cost of meals ($4 – $9/meal). Shower-houses are provided.