John Wesley Baxter Memorial
In Loving Memory of
We are saddened at the lost of John Wesley Baxter (11) of Northport, AL. ICYC was one of John Wesley's favorite places. He was a very special young man and will be missed very much.
Donations in memory of John Wesley may be made to ICYC by check or via PayPal.
Checks should be out to ICYC. Please write "John Wesley Baxter" in the memo and mail to 7855 Pleasantfield Road, Oakman, AL 35579.
To give using a debit or credit card click the "Donate" button below.
The Baxter family will receive an acknowledgement of your donation.
2018 Camp Schedule
Reserve ICYC for your next retreat!
ICYC is available for groups up to 250, from the end of camp thru October 31st and from April 1st until camp begins the near the end of May.
$250/day for up to 30 and $7 for each additional guest.
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Hulsey Hall New Mess Hall / Multipurpose Building
Hulsey Hall Multipurpose Building
In April, 2016, ICYC tragically lost two of our faithful staff members and supporters; Jeremy & Sandra Hulsey. Jeremy and Sandra served as counselors and staff members for many years and were a precious part of the ICYC family. Their loss will be felt for many years to come.
As a way of honoring their memory, we have decided to begin accepting funds in their memory to construct a new multipurpose facility at ICYC. Detailed plans are being developed and will be announced in the coming months, but the initial plan is for this facility to serve as a dining hall and worship center.
If you would like to help this project follow this link.
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Why would 60 grown men and women take a full week of their vacation to travel to Indian Creek Youth Camp in the hills and hollows of West Alabama with 190 children? Why would these normally intelligent people leave the comforts of their own beds to sleep on thin mattresses inside a small cabin that doesn’t even have running water? Why would adults, accustomed to the comforts of daily American life give up their nice, master baths to use a concrete block bath house that sometimes has no hot water? It’s for the kids! In operation since the 1970’s Indian Creek Youth Camp has seen thousands of young people enter its gates and grow in the faith with Jesus Christ. While the camp is plenty of fun it is the emphasis on the Bible that makes ICYC special. During our week of camp the schedule called for about 4 hours of Bible study or worship each day. In addition, some campers participated in the Bible Bowl in which they answered difficult questions from our theme Bible book.