ABOUT HIGHER HEIGHTS

Higher Heights Basketball Camp is a not-for-profit ministry founded and supported by members of Overseas Chinese Missions Church in New York, NY.

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CAMP INFORMATION

Quick Overview
For Campers’ Age: 11-14
Camp Dates: Saturdays; July 6 – August 10, 2019
Time: 8:45AM – 2PM
Location: Murry Bergtraum High School
411 Pearl St New York, NY 10038
Cost: $25 Non-Refundable Deposit

REGISTRATION

Registration Dates: Saturdays; June 1 and June 8, 2019
Oversea Chinese Mission
154 Hester St New York, NY 10013
(Main Entrance on Elizabeth Street)
10AM-1PM

Volunteer Applications Submission Deadline: May 19, 2019
Mandatory Training Date: June 16, 2019 (1-4PM at OCM; room TBD)

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WHAT HIGHER HEIGHTS OFFERS

Higher Heights offers a scheduled program that incorporates worship, warm-ups, basketball, bible study, and other fun team-building activities for children ages 11-14.

BASKETBALL

  • Learn & improve basketball skills
  • Skill development drills
  • Good sportsmanship
  • Teamwork
  • Physical exercises

OTHER ACTIVITIES

  • Read & study Bible passages
  • Worship
  • Create lifelong memories
  • Make long-lasting friendships
  • Fun games

RETREAT AT CAMP HERALD

Find out more about RETREAT

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TESTIMONIALS

Check out what some of our past campers and volunteers have to stay about their experiences at Higher Heights! // Read more

“I’ve had the privilege of serving with Higher Heights for over a decade and it’s been great to see kids from all over NYC come and learn about how to play basketball, meet new friends and get to know who Jesus is. Every year I am encouraged by the energy and excitement in the coaches and campers as we seek to understand how important God is in our lives and to grow together as a community.”

Austin W.

“I joined Higher Heights in 2010 as a camper. I had such a great time that I continued to go every year, and now I’m a volunteer. Higher Heights helped me to grow athletically. But more importantly, it has taught me how to work on a team, be a better person in society, and be a stronger Christian. I also see this in many of the former campers who are now volunteers.”

Jonathan L.

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CONTACT US