Latino Camp

July 16th-22nd
Cost $475


Register For Latino Camp Here


Latino Camp, led by ABCNJ’s Latino pastors and staff, is for all campers age 6 to18. This is a bilingual experience that includes Bible studies and music with an emphasis on Christian growth. Campers will be divided into age-appropriate groups during most activities but will come together for meals and worship times. The week includes swimming, archery, and much more.


Auspiciado y dirigido por pastores y maestros de las iglesias latinas de la ABCNJ, la Semana Latina del Campamento Lebanon es para campistas de 6 a 18 años de edad. Es una experiencia bilingüe que incluye estudios Bíblicos y música con énfasis en el crecimiento cristiano. Los chicos se dividen por edades en grupos pequeños durante la mayoría de las actividades, pero se congregan para las comidas y los tiempos de adoración. La semana incluye natación, arco y flecha, manualidades y mucho más.

Meet our Session Leaders

My name is Angela Carrazana, but I mostly go by Angie. I am one of the session Leaders for Latino Week and a total music geek. It's one area of life I am most passionate about. Music was actually something that pushed me in my relationship with God. When I went searching for Him, my Bible allowed me to discover Who God is and my music allowed me to express love for Him when I felt the need to offer gratitude and praise. Music has also been a part of my life in camp. I've been attending Camp Lebanon since I was 10 years old and since I've grown, I've been a counselor, worship leader, and session leader. Each year in the summer I make it my mission to pray over every name I see signed up at camp and try my best to help makememories to cherish for life!


I am Rev. Carlos Goyanes, pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in North Bergen, NJ. From a very young age, at the age of six, I began to visit the Baptist church. The church became my second home where I found a new family that welcomed me, took care of me and educated me. I have never forgotten that pastoral family with
which I began to take my first steps in Christ. They were like my second parents, full of love; but firm in the faith and biblical teaching. I owe my eternal life to them. From my childhood I began to hear about Christ and how to live the Christian life. My faith was growing and my desire to live for Christ also, until at the age of
15, listening to a sermon from my pastor, I gave myself to Christ and asked my pastor to baptize me because I wanted to serve as part of the church; although I had been doing it for a long time. I was a servant and wanted to remain so. I was baptized on July 12, 1981 and to this day I serve the Lord. I am happy to have found Christ and I know I will have him for all eternity.


Camp Videos

There is also an open Facebook group with discussion, be sure to search for Baptist Camp Lebanon