Mystic is a nondenominational Christian camp and provides its campers and counselors with many different ways in which they can grow spiritually. Sunday at Camp Mystic is a day of rest, relaxation, and worship. Everyone is encouraged to visit Chapel Hill, a special place overlooking Mystic, for prayer and Sunday services.
Devotionals are held on Sunday mornings along the banks of the beautiful Guadalupe River. Campers and counselors join together to sing songs, listen to scripture, discover ways to grow spiritually, and learn to apply these lessons to their daily life at camp and back home. Vespers services are held every Sunday evening on Chapel Hill and are designed to appeal to the spiritual life of every camper. Catholic Mass is also offered on Saturday evenings to those campers who wish to attend. Once a term, Mystic offers a sunrise Holy Communion service on Chapel Hill.
Throughout the week Mystic continues to create a spiritual environment for all to learn and grow from. Campers and counselors help lead devotionals after breakfast every morning. Bible studies are offered for campers and counselors alike. Nightly cabin devotionals give everyone an opportunity to end the day on a positive and inspirational note.
“I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills from whence cometh my help…” Psalm 121:1