2022 Information

Staff/counselors will arrive on Sunday, June 12 times TBD.  Camp will end Friday, June 17 at noon.

Camp is free for Staff/counselors.  Counselors must be 15 on or before June 13.


New counselors and staff

  • Community of Christ Participants:
    • Complete this application and send to your pastor Youth Worker Application
    • Email campmoja@gmail.com to set up a phone interview with the Moja director
  • Non Community of Christ participants:

Returning counselors and staff

We will have a closed campground this year, so once you are on the grounds you will not be able to come and go.  Please wait to sign up if you are unsure if you can commit to the whole week.  Please direct any questions to Cris at campmoja@gmail.com.

Staff positions are assigned by the directors.  If you are interested in a noncounselor position please email campmoja@gmail.com.

Returning counselor/staff registration link: REGISTER HERE


Camp Moja COVID-19 information

We are so excited to return to camp this year. While we are eager for everything to return to “normal,” we are also committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our campers and staff. In order to provide a positive experience, we will follow certain guidelines. All campers and staff will be required to follow these guidelines in order to participate in camp this year. Take a moment to read through our guidelines and get excited with us!

Camp status

Camp Moja (through Lake Doniphan) will monitor the COVID-19 community levels provided by the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) and will determine the measures taken at camp for 2022 according to the corresponding colors:

  • Green – minimal restrictions at camp
  • Yellow – moderate restrictions at camp
  • Orange – maximum restrictions at camp
  • Red – camp will be cancelled

For more information on how this is determined go to: COVID-19 Community Levels | CDC.

While we feel it is unlikely, if Camp Moja is cancelled due to red status, all money, including deposits, will be refunded in full.


The following guidance will apply to Camp Moja this year regardless of the color-coded status (listed above).



Every Camp Moja participant twill be tested upon arrival at camp. All participants need to bring two rapid COVID-19 tests with them to camp. These can typically be obtained for free through insurance/Medicaid and/or government sites such as COVIDtests.gov – Free at-home COVID-19 tests.



Campers and staff also need to bring five face masks (one for each day). We anticipate there will be times masks will be required. Camp Moja will follow the CDC and ACA (American Camping Association) guidelines regarding non-pharmaceutical interventions, such as masking, cleaning, etc.


Masks will not be required in the bunk rooms, during meals or outdoors when physical distance is possible.



Being vaccinated for COVID-19 is recommended but not required. All participants will be required to disclose their vaccination status. This information will be used to determine appropriate action should they be exposed to a possible COVID-19 case.

Illness at camp:

As always, should someone become ill during camp, they will need to be picked up within a two-hour time frame. It is important to have an emergency contact listed who will be reachable during day and evening hours.

Camp access and visitors:

Once participants check in for camp, they will not be allowed to leave until the end of camp, unless previously approved by the director or in the case of an emergency. Visitors must be pre-approved by the director and must follow all camp COVID-19 guidelines, including testing upon arrival.