Furman University
Greenville, South Carolina

Greenville, South Carolina

July 2-7 • July 9-14 • July 16-21

Furman University has newer air-conditioned apartments and some classic college dorm rooms that campers will enjoy while at camp. There is also an impressive student center with a books store, game room, and space to just hang out.

  • Farm-to-table cafeteria
  • Easily accommodates food allergies
  • Air-conditioned facilities
  • Four-bedrom apartment accommodations
  • Access to coin laundry facilities
  • Student Center with snack machines
  • Swimming Pool
  • PASSPORT store and a campus bookstore
  • Coffee house
  • 24-hour Security

Housing: One full or double bed per bedroom. Two students or one adult per room/bed (so students may share linens). Bring your own bed linens, pillow, and towels. We recommend sleeping bags.

South Carolina Church Group Camp

Secure & Beautiful Campus

Church groups fall in love with the Furman campus for its vast green spaces, on-campus Starbucks, beautiful lakeside campus and modern dorms.

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Delicious & Flexible Dining

Furman’s dining hall offers farm-to-table dining with a multitude of fresh, kid-friendly and healthy options. From a stir-fry bar to freshly baked pizza, even your pickiest of eaters will be happy! Both of our PASSPORTmissions college campuses use Bon Appetit Dining services. View their site here: http://furman.cafebonappetit.com/

Missions Camp For Church Groups South Carolina

Meaningful Mission Partners

This will be our second summer working in the Greenville community and PASSPORT has already established some wonderful relationships with local mission partners. PASSPORT looks forward to years of offering our students meaningful and sustainable ways to serve the Greenville community as the hands and feet of Christ.

Things to know:

+ Camp Check-In begins on Monday at 2pm and ends at 5pm.

+ Churches depart after Closing Celebration at 11:00 am on Saturday.

+ At all of our youth programs, PASSPORT asks students to participate in a digital sabbath to fully-invest in camp activities and to focus solely on Christ and community.

+ Campus is wheelchair accessible.

+ Due to the spacious campus, adults and campers should be prepared to spend extra time walking to campus venues. Limited parking is available at most venues if needed.

+ Allergies are easily accommodated (see Special Needs Form at Registration)

View More Locations

View PASSPORTmissions’ June location in Danville, Virginia at Averett University.

Learn about PASSPORTmissions

Find out what your church should expect at PASSPORTmissions.

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info@passportcamps.org

800-769-0210

3421 Sierra Drive Birmingham, AL 35216

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