Summer Camps

Concordia University Ann Arbor is preparing for summer camps and retreats geared for youth and teens.

Check out the list below for all camps, dates, and times. COVID conscious protocols and specifics will be communicated with camp registrants based on the camp they are attending.


Summer CampThe CUAA Cardinals summer sports camps offer opportunities for high school students and youth of all ages to participate in athletic camps in a fun and competitive Christian environment.

This summer, the Cardinals camps range from among seven different sports for grade levels 3rd—12th. Each camp is designed to help attendees develop skills, build character, and learn teamwork. CUAA coaches and athletes work closely with the youth, and their shared experiences contribute to the campers’ learning.


Volleyball Day Camp (grades 5-9)—July 6-9

Volleyball Prospect Camp (grades 9-12)—July 10

Basketball Day Camp (grades 3-8)—July 12-16

Football Prospect Camp (grades 9-12)—July 18

Dance Camp (grades 9-12)—July 24

Cheer Camp (grades 9-12)—July 29, July 30, or July 31

Boys Basketball Prospect Camp (grades 9-12)—August 7

Girls Basketball Elite Camp (grades 9-12)—August 8

Dates and info coming soon

Girls’ Lacrosse Prospect Camp (grades 9-12)

Boys’ Lacrosse Prospect Camp (grades 9-12)

Girls’ Soccer Prospect Camps (grades 9-12)

Register now

Discounts are available for early registration and for families. For specific information or questions regarding Cardinals summer sports camps, contact Kyle Thoms at (734) 545-4358 or


Retreatants pose in front of the Chapel of the Holy Trinity at the close of Trinity Time.

Concordia University Ann Arbor invites high school students (grades 9-12) to explore God’s calling in their lives at the fifth annual Trinity Time retreat. Students will interact with current students and professors, experience worship, and better understand various ministry vocations and avenues for service in the church.

Trinity Time will take place Monday, July 12 as a one-day retreat on Concordia University Ann Arbor’s campus, 4080 Geddes Road. The retreat costs $5 per participant registered before June 15, 2021. The registration fee covers the cost food and a t-shirt.

The 2021 Trinity Time will include:

  • Morning worship in The Chapel of the Holy Trinity
  • Presentations on ministry and mission vocation
  • An Ann Arbor canoe trip and nature walk to get to know the area
  • Concordia campus tours for those who have not been to campus
  • Q&A discussion to explore church work vocations, including pastoral ministry, church music, family life ministry, Lutheran education, and deaconess ministry
  • Connect with current CUAA students
  • Evening worship along the Huron River on Concordia University’s riverfront campus
  • And more!

Register for Trinity time

Questions? Contact CUAA pre-seminary director Rev. Ted Hopkins at

Are you a high school student interested in visiting campus and learning more about Concordia University Ann Arbor? Click here to set-up a campus visit.

— Rachel Thoms served on Concordia University's Strategic Communications team from 2015-2022. Any inquiries about this story can be sent to

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