Labor Day Family Weekend, September 3-6


Rev. Greg Dyson

Rev. Greg Dyson is a no stranger to Monadnock. Since the mid 90’s he has served as a speaker for summer, winter and special event speaker. Greg is a Christian, husband, father, teacher, planner, developer and man committed to serving the Lord. After accepting the Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior in August of 1973, Greg realized at a young age his calling to vocational Christian ministry. He grew up in Springfield and went on to attend Bible school where his faith deepened and he met Gina and they have been together for over 35 years. He has served in a variety of pastoral and educational ministry roles including Chaplain, Associate Pastor, Youth Pastor, and Dean of Admissions and Director of Intercultural Leadership. Currently, Greg ministers at Taylor University in Upland, IN as the Vice President-Intercultural Leadership & Church Relations. Greg & Gina have 3 adult children and continue serving the Lord “with eternity in mind”. He holds a diploma from Word of Life Bible Institute, a BA in Bible from Cedarville University and an MS in Organization from Cairn University.

Worship Leaders

Andy & Bethany Needham

 Andy & Bethany Needham are connectors and champions for Kingdom advancement in New England. Their story together started at Monadnock and through the past two decades has included serving in roles from church leadership, to nationally touring worship artist, to speaking and podcasting, to launching and leading conferences. Andy is currently serving as the Ministry Director for Berea Ministries. They live in Hooksett, NH with their teenage children, Josiah & Mercy, and their beloved golden-doodle, Fenway.


Schedule Highlights
  • Saturday Night – Welcome Home Celebration
  • Check-In: Friday 6-8pm
  • Check-Out: Monday after Brunch
  • Friday Evening – Monday Brunch
  • Three Nights
  • Four General Sessions
Activities Available
  • Mini Golf
  • Campfires
  • Lawn Games
  • 9 Square
  • Waterfront
  • Family Crafts
  • Hatchet Throwing
  • Family Activity
  • And so much more

Pricing + Registration


What should I bring?

Bring your:

  1. Bible
  2. notebook and pen
  3. appropriate clothing that will protect you from all types of weather
  4. modest bathing suits 
  5. appropriate footwear that you can hike in (hiking boots, sturdy sneakers, etc.)
  6. sleeping bag (or linens), pillow, and toiletries
  7. Snack Shop and activity money
  8. filled out, signed, and dated Medical Form, and all necessary waivers
What should I NOT bring?
The usual – don’t bring weapons, drugs, alcohol, or anything that would harm other guests.