Our Mission & Vision


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Central Florida Bible Camp ministers to enhance spiritual growth in individuals and families, throughout their lives, in a setting that is experiential, close to nature, includes Biblically sound principles, and is enriched with Fun, Friends and Faith.



Our vision is to be a premier Christian camp.

Central Florida Bible Camp seeks to create opportunities for spiritual growth and rejuvenation for campers of all ages in a beautiful, natural outdoor setting. Our retreat and summer camp programs provide a wide variety of fun, active events and learning activities where campers and staff alike can experience the beauty of God’s creation, develop life-long, Christ-centered relationships and grow closer to God as mature disciples of Jesus Christ.

Our aim is to attract campers of all ages and levels of spiritual development and to immerse them in a loving, Christian-camp environment where they can come to know God as both Creator and Savior. In doing so campers 1) learn sound Biblical principles, 2) experience physical and spiritual activities that challenge and strengthen, and 3) leave energized and motivated to faithfully live the Christian life and to share the Good News with others. Our desire and prayer is to have an eternal impact on campers by creating a culture of love and spiritual development that will, in turn, reinforce their commitment to the church and effect church growth wherever they go.

By partnering with churches and Christian families from throughout the state of Florida and beyond, CFBC seeks to provide an attractive venue that is highly regarded not only among churches of Christ, but also with families and community groups outside our own Christian brotherhood. We continually strive to set and meet high standards for our facilities, events, programs, staff and volunteers, thereby positioning CFBC as a resource for other like-minded organizations. Finally, the content and practice of camp sessions are also intended to promote unity and brotherhood among the churches involved, forgoing practices that may cause division.